The latest Webinar Wednesday presentation “Medical Equipment Advisory Notices – Impacts and Best Practices” drew 171 attendees. The webinar was sponsored by Universal Medical and attendees were eligible to receive 1 credit from the ACI.
In the presentation, Craig Snodgrass, from Universal Medical discussed medical equipment advisory notices. He shared definitions and terminology as well as examples of advisory notices and potential problems.
Attendees learned what to do when they receive an advisory notice and what to do if a department is down due to an advisory notice.
The webinar also explored:
The webinar received positive reviews and comments in a post-webinar survey.
“It was a good review on the basics and what they mean. Recalls from equipment manufacturers, how to handle them,” Biomedical Technician C. Aron said.
“It was a good reminder of what should be done when you receive an alert/recall,” Biomedical Manager T. Forsch said.
“The information was valuable because so many medical device alerts often get put aside, not intentionally, but they do take time to follow through with. Sometimes the alerts get put aside or even forgotten about. It is critical that all medical device alerts have a follow through flow process,” said B. Hayes, CBET.
“I wish this webinar had been available 12 years ago – useful info for someone who has just been given responsibility for recalls and alerts,” said P. Phillipps, biomedical manager.
“Good information from the OEM and customer viewpoint,” said J. Thielen, clinical engineer.
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