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Our Services


We conduct HTM program assessments for healthcare organizations of all sizes using the HTM Levels Guide we helped write. Our objective is performance improvement for your HTM program.

We help you find cost-effective ways to comply with requirements from CMS, NFPA, the Joint Commission, and others. Our AEM Program Guide offers practical advice on alternative equipment maintenance programs.

We offer focused support for critical issues: Ted Cohen and Matt Baretich wrote the new edition of AAMI’s Computerized Maintenance Management Systems for Healthcare Technology Management book. 

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People We Work With


We work with HTM professionals: Clinical engineers, biomedical equipment technicians (BMETs), and HTM program managers. Our focus is on managing the day-to-day challenges you face.

We support clinical professionals: Physicians, nurses, and professionals in the laboratory, respiratory therapy, infection prevention, central supply, and all clinical support areas. 

We collaborate with leadership: Administrators and all those responsible for medical technology planning, acquisition, and management, including professionals in patient safety and risk management.

“While I was VP of Clinical Technology for Kaiser Permanente, Matt served in a consultative role within the context of an extremely large, complex risk assessment initiative that crossed geographic and organizational boundaries. He clearly understood the need for a strategic approach and was an invaluable partner in communicating ‘the big picture’ to my executive colleagues.”

Carol Davis-Smith
Former VP Clinical Technology, Kaiser Permanente
President, Carol Davis-Smith & Associates

Clinical Engineering Projects

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Duke Health CMMS

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.

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