The recent Webinar Wednesday session “The Impacts of Training and Education for HTM Efficiency” was eligible for 1 credit from the ACI. Presented by Summit Imaging and the College of Biomedical Equipment Technology, and sponsored by Summit Imaging, the presenters delivered great insights.
The experts from Summit Imaging and the College of Biomedical Equipment Technology discussed industry dynamics shaping HTM professional development and continuing education. The demands placed on HTM professionals have increased exponentially based on technological advancements and other increasingly complex dynamics shaping the health care industry; consequently, HTM professionals need access to innovative education and training solutions designed to guarantee efficiency and patient safety.
Following the webinar, attendees were asked, “How did today’s webinar meet your expectations?” Their responses are a testament to the continued growth and success of Webinar Wednesday.
“It did. This is real life and we at Mayo Clinic are seeing this issue. Its a topic that’s being talked about,” said B. Nelson, Healthcare Engineer Technician III.
“This provided great insight about the industry needs today and into the future,” said D. Banister, Field Service Engineer.
“There were definitely some very eye-opening content in this webinar,” said F. McVean, Business Process Engineer.
“Informative. The HTM was discussed now and before. This is highly useful information particularly in managing today’s trend of technology in health care,” said E. Gonzales, Biomedical Engineer.
“I am an International BMET/HTM student of CBET, and participating in this webinar was worth it,” said E. Enyi, Chief Biomedical Technologist, Nigeria.
“Great feedback on the current and future trends for education and the industry,” said J. Ruiz, Technology Manager.
“I learned some of the steps being taken to address the challenge of educating and preparing the current and future HTMs,” said G. Meikle, Supervisor.
“I was not aware of online biomed programs so that was good to know. Interesting conversation,” said T. Dess, Director, HTM.
“I didn’t have any expectations, other than to learn something new. I did learn something new,” said W. Polcin. Biomedical Technician II Lead.
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