Archive | March, 2018

Richard Tidman: Merging HTM and Primary Care: The Rise of the HTM-MD?

March 23, 2018

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Note: This post appeared in abbreviated form as the Final Word article in the March/April 2018 issue of BI&T. There was a time, not long ago, when predictions were easier. A time when the pace of change was less dramatic and disruptive, and medical technology turnover was measured in years. Those days are gone. A […]

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Salim Kai: Where Do You Stand in a Changing HTM Landscape?

March 19, 2018

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Are you ready for the changes taking place in healthcare today? It is no surprise that the healthcare technology management (HTM) profession is rapidly changing. Along with it, the way we are leading and managing our daily work is also changing. Everywhere we look around us at work, we see change is taking place in […]

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Vickie Snyder: Using Outreach to Increase Awareness about HTM

March 14, 2018

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I was recently was asked if I wanted to attend an event at a high school to talk about healthcare technology management (HTM). I try to go to these if my schedule allows because I love to talk about HTM and what we do. As part of the effort to help students train for careers […]

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Mike Busdicker: Is ‘Right to Repair’ the Core Issue?

March 8, 2018

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This year, I had the opportunity to attend a conference and take part in panel discussions with the main topic of “the customer comes first.” A number of the questions posed to the panel centered on what service organizations could provide to their customers. This is not a new subject—this has been an area of […]

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