Sometimes the biggest challenge in starting a HTM career has nothing to do with comprehending electronics training or memorizing anatomy. “My biggest challenge was when I was a student, all... Read more
Having the opportunity to say that you work for the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System might seem like reward enough. But, when Pacific Medical ran a contest looking for th... Read more
Amidst the festivities, presenters and vendors, at the second annual conference of the Oregon Biomedical Association (OBA) in October, was the announcement of the Biomedical Engineering Tech... Read more
Sometimes your spouse is right and you should pay attention. Some people actually heed their spouse’s suggestions and that was the case with one HTM professional in Dallas. Read more
Biomeds are having to learn more about tasks that have traditionally been part of the IT world. Read more
Entering the biomed profession means you never know where it will lead you. That was the case with one HTM professional at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC Health) in Charlesto... Read more
The “pay it forward” concept has caught on across the country in various forms. Those who pay it forward are a true blessing to the recipients of their time, talent and generous spirit. Read more
Biomeds have been introduced to the HTM field in a variety of ways, including through family members. That was the case with Joe Cook, BMET, who works in the Biomedical Services Department a... Read more
An interest in medical equipment helped motivate Herbie West, CBET, to explore an HTM career. Read more
If working for free were an option for them, some people would do it every day just to be a blessing to others. Charles Medlin, who owns Certified Biomedical in north central Texas, is one o... Read more
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