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 ACCE is a Contributing Organization for AAMI15. ACCE current members are eligible to register for the conference at discounts off the non-member registration fees.

Attend these cosponsored ACCE can't miss events at AAMI15

Clinical Engineering Symposium

Privacy & Security Risk Management for Clinical Engineers


Date: Saturday, June 6, 2015, 8:00 am-11:00 am

Location: Colorado Convention Center, Four Seasons Ballroom #3

                  700 14th Street, Denver



Protection of Personal Information and Cybersecurity is a growing concern in today's corporate environment, an ineffective Privacy and Security risk management program can result in financial losses, impact to an organization's brand, and disrupt critical operations.

This year's symposium will address the Privacy & Security Risks unique to today's Medical Systems and Healthcare Delivery Organizations. The three hour session will describe how Clinical Engineers can support their organizations in managing these risks. Experts in the field of Medical Device Security will identify best practices and regulations pertinent to Healthcare Technology Management and review emerging work and opportunities that can be leveraged to support your organization in the Management of Privacy & Security Risk.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how managing these Privacy & Security Risk adds value to the services you provide your organization and customers to include Clinical and Financial Perspectives
  • Address best practices, requirements, and regulations regarding the Management of Medical Devices under HIPAA Privacy & Security Rule
  • Identify Clinical Engineering Processes, Technologies, Skills and Relationships needed to address Privacy & Security Risk as part of your Clinical Engineering Program
  • Review work and opportunities being created by Clinical Engineers and Privacy & Security Risk Management Experts that can be leveraged to support your organizational goals


Mike Ahmad, Codenomicon Ltd
Scot Copeland, Scripps Health
Carol E. Davis-Smith, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan
Jason Newman, Veterans Health Administration
Jennifer Jackson, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Bridget Moorman, BMoorman Consulting
Dale Nordenberg, MDISS
Marcia A. Wylie, Scripps Memorial Hospital
Lynette Sherrill, Department of Veterans Affairs
Paul Sherman, ACCE President (Moderator)

Clinical Engineering & CCE Review Course

Date: June 4-5, 2015 (pre-AAMI15)

Location: Denver, CO

Registration Deadline: April 24, 2015

Registration Fee: Registration fee: US$ 450.00 (Members), US$ 495 (non-members) (group discounts available)

To register, please complete the Registration Form or contact us at:

The Clinical Engineering & CCE Review Class will provide an overview of the 2015 CCE examination topics, which is based on the Clinical Engineering Body of Knowledge (BOK) survey. This course is designed and presented by a group of four ACCE Faculty who are experienced certified clinical engineers, who are not associated with the Commission of the exam process.

ACCE 25th Annual Members Meeting and Award Reception



Date: Sunday, June 7, 6:30PM – 10PM

Location: Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, Capitol Ballroom #1-3

30-min Members Meeting

  • General update of year's event
  • 2015 Nomination Slate

25th Anniversary and Awards Ceremony

  • A word from our Sponsors
  • 2015 Hall of Fame inductees
  • 2015 Advocacy Awards ceremony


ACCE would like to thank our generous Sponsors:

awarepoint Real-time Awareness Solutions
Sotera Wireless
Four Rivers Software Systems-an accruent company Sodexo

At Exhibit Floor, Booth# 911

  • Learn about new webinar series
  • Learn about the CCE exam
  • Learn about the membership programs
  • Learn about Mentoring program
  • Learn about ACCE activities
  • Connect with old and new friends
  • Check/update your membership status
  • Purchase your ACCE memorabilia's

Visit the IHE PCD at Interoperability Showcase

Visit the IHE PCD at Interoperability Showcase

  • Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE)'s Patient Care Devices domain (PCD) will demonstrate standards-based interoperable communications. The PCD is cosponsored by ACCE, AAMI and HIMSS
  • Take advantage of the opportunity to speak with some of the PCD conforming vendors; learn about the many types of data using standards-based messages which are vendor independent that are now available. The PCD maintains a list of companies that have commercially available, conforming devices and systems
  • Learn about specifying and purchasing available devices and systems that actually speak the same language to send physiologic, alarm, and device data
  • Learn about work underway, such as the ability to bind/unbind the device to the patient and to the patient's medical record
  • Ask about how you can help set the PCD's priorities and assure that the resulting technical documents reflect your real clinical and device related needs
  • Discuss interoperable messages that directly support clinical engineering: device condition and status information-information sent to CMMS systems (e.g., self-test results, battery condition, availability) along with location
  • Discuss the User Handbook as well as work in process to meet additional clinical and CE needs such as medical device Cybersecurity

You can find more information about the IHE at and about the PCD at You can actively participate in defining interoperable solutions by contacting

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