Archive | February, 2018

Eben Kermit: Would I Recommend This Hospital to a Friend?

February 27, 2018


After spending nine hours in the emergency department with abdominal pain (Part 1, Process Improvement), and then being admitted as an inpatient in a noisy ward (Part 2, It Is What It Is), I was starting to feel low and that things were spiraling out of my control. So, I requested a visit from the […]

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Alan Lipschultz: Representing HTM in China’s ‘City of Flowers’

February 22, 2018

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Last October, I had the pleasure of attending the biannual national meeting of the Chinese Society for Clinical Engineering (CSCE) as an invited speaker. The meeting was held in Kunming, China—the city of flowers and capital of Yunan Province, which is located in southern China just north of Laos. I was honored to represent both […]

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Jennifer DeFrancesco: Is HTM Becoming a Starter Career? How We Can Retain Talent

February 16, 2018


A few years back, I performed a cohort analysis to study retention of entry-level biomedical engineers over a ten-year period. At first glance, this data appeared promising and aligns with many of the reasons why biomedical engineering, medical device repair, and healthcare technology management are some of the best and fastest growing careers out there. […]

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Barrett Franklin: What’s Your Cornerstone to Success?

February 13, 2018

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Recently, I was asked what I considered the “cornerstone of my success” within my organization. After hemming and hawing for a moment, I said that I believed that communication was, is, and will continue to be the cornerstone of my success. As I step back and think about it a bit more, I’m convinced that […]

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