Outlined here is general recommendations for healthcare facilities to use when responding to medical device-related incidents. Applicable to both healthcare technology management professionals and biomedical engineering students, this information will shed light on current and future incidents.
A lot has changed from the previous edition of CMMS for Healthcare Technology Management, Ted Cohen and I decided to get together to update it. The blog is a quick synopsis of what you can expect in the third edition.
An overview of my most recent publication, “AEM Program Guide: Alternative PM for Patient Safety”. The guide points out some ideas that I believe represent the best thinking about AEM issues while the Healthcare Technology Management community works towards a consensus on how to best implement an AEM program.
The Clinical Engineering department of the Duke University Health System is responsible for managing the medical equipment in three hospitals, including the thousand-bed Duke University Medical Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.