Education Sessions, powered by ACCE
Date: Sunday, June 9, 2019
Topic: "Clinical Engineering Project Management 101"
Speakers: Ray Laxton/Sutter Health & David Francoeur/SODEXO Clinical Technology Management
Description: Technical project management is traditionally taught with IT projects. As Clinical Engineering merges with IT, the scope of project management expands especially when involving clinical settings and medical departments. Principles and fundamentals of clinical engineering project management can be scaled to larger and more complex projects as the environment shifts.
Date: Monday, June 10, 2019
Time: 8am – 9am
Topic: "Elevating the CE-HTM Department: Getting Out of the Basement"
Speakers: Mike Busdicker/Intermountain Healthcare & Perry Kirwan/Banner Health
Description: Clinical technology departments are notorious for being found in the basement of the hospital. But just because you're underground doesn't mean that you're unnoticed or unimportant at your organization. Frontline staff can learn how to 'get out of the basement' and elevate yourself at your organization by aligning with organizational goals, developing KPIs, and making yourself a more valuable asset.
ACCE together with AAMI and IFMBE/CED is organizing
sessions/speakers for the Global track:
Global leadership and support in the development, management and use of safe and effective healthcare technology
On Friday, June 7,
2019: 4-5pm, join us at the Global Reception
Saturday-Monday Global sessions with many of our international members/collaborators, here a few samples:
Medical Device Incident Reporting and Investigations in the
US and Japan: (JSMI/JCE/ACCE)
Japan Association for the Advancement of Medical Equipment
Fennigkoh, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Nagasawa, University of Colorado Health
Saturday, 8am -9am
Global Best Practices in HTM/CE (Part A)
Sunday, 9:15am – 10:15am
Global Best Practices in HTM/CE (Part B)
more complete list on Global track, visit https://www.aami.org/AAMIExchange/content.aspx?ItemNumber=7361&navItemNumber=7362