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What's on the docket for AAMI eXchange 2023?

por Gus Iversen, Editor in Chief | May 12, 2023
HTM

We need folks from the health systems thinking about “who should I be taking from my technology team to participate in these important discussions?”

HCB News: What are you most looking forward to at the conference?
DM: We have often gotten feedback that the AAMI eXchange programming is more geared for HTM managers and clinical engineers and less for boots-on-the-ground technicians. Well, we heard you and want to ensure the eXchange has something for EVERYONE in the field regardless of job title or experience in the industry. To that end, for the first time, we’re offering technical training specifically geared towards BMETs, students, and anyone in your organizations who does technical work. And while the technical training will occur concurrently in Long Beach with the eXchange conference, trainees do not need full conference registration to take any of these courses. These training options are designed to give health delivery organizations the option to send staff for a few hours at a time, so more people can take part. The goal is to provide more flexibility in terms of staff distribution, and registration for any of the technical classes on Saturday and Sunday also comes with a complimentary expo pass to explore the vendor floor. We want to see new faces learning what the conference is all about!

AAMI is inviting attendees to submit questions for Herman McKenzie, director, Department of Engineering in the Standards Interpretation Group at The Joint Commission, to answer live on stage during his eXchange keynote presentation. Anyone can submit questions here.

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