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    Managing and Securing Medical Devices in the Home and Non-traditional Environments

    ​Clinical Engineering Symposium, presented by ACCE

    Date: Sunday,  Jun 03, 2018, 7:00 am-10:30 am

    Location: Long Beach Convention Center

    Speakers: Steve Abrahamson, Stephen Grimes, Axel Wirth,

    Session Description: contrast the difference in risks and cyber threats between traditional and non-traditional care environments, describe the level of security features that care providers and consumers should look for in selecting medical devices for these environments; describe the challenges of introducing digital consumer devices  into the data cosystem; describe the additional steps HTM and IT professionals should take to secure medical devices in these environments.

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    28th Annual Members Meeting/Awards Reception

    Location: Hyatt Regency Long Beach, Beacon Ballroom 

    Date:      Saturday, June  2, 7:30PM – 10PM

    30 min Presentation/Members Meeting

    o   General update of year’s event

    o   A word from our Sponsors

    o   Induction of the 2018 Class of the Clinical Engineering Hall of Fame

    o   Awards Ceremony: congratulations to the 2018 Advocacy Awards recipients

    ​            RSVP: CLICK HERE​​


    2017-18 ACCE Educational Webinar Series

    2015-16 ACCE Educational Webinar Series

    Brought to you by the ACCE Education Committee. 10 monthly webinars starting September 14, 2017.

    9/14/17:Patching Medical Equipment and Overcoming Cybersecurity Threats, by Austin Hampton, MSBmE, MLSO.

    Session Descriptiion: Because medical equipment has a more rigorous and stringent review process, applying the most updated patches and information security controls proves to be challenging. In this session, we offer schemas in conjunction with the IT department to mitigate potential cybersecurity threats that surround medical equipment, like the wannacry malware attack.

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What's New

ACCE's Support to keeping Medical Devices in states' "Right-to-Repair" legislation.  Click here ​to read letter stating ACCE's position in support of New Hampshire's HB.1733 right-to-repair legislation and the inclusion of medical devices in that legislation (similar letters are being send to other states in support of their respective right-to-repair bills.

2018 Advocacy Award winners announced! Click Here​ to view the winners.​
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