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    Join American College of Clinical Engineering in Orlando | March 11-15, 2024

    The American College of Clinical Engineering is excited to be a Collaborator of HIMSS24 Global Conference & Exhibition! Our members receive the HIMSS member rate to attend HIMSS24. To get the savings follow the instructions below:

    Go to the HIMSS24 registration page.

    Once you’re signed in, select the Collaborator tab on the left-hand side.

    Select your preferred HIMSS24 pass and enter our organizations name as the referring

    Collaborator Organization to receive the HIMSS member rate.

    Enter the code: H24ACCE

    Take advantage of this discount and join your colleagues for exclusive education, exhibition and networking opportunities at HIMSS24. We look forward to seeing you in sunny Orlando!​


    2024 ACCE CE-IT Symposium, pre-HIMSS24: Implementing Emerging AI Tools and Medical Device Technologies in Healthcare

    This symposium will uncover how AI is not only enhancing patient care but also impacting some of the very foundations of healthcare operations. Our expert speakers will share their early adopter insights, unveiling the strategies that led to their success, and providing invaluable tips on avoiding common pitfalls. 

    Don't miss this symposium! Register today (FREE) and learn from our expert speakers in Orlando!​   

    For more information, check ACCE @HIMMS24 webpage


    2024 HIMSS-ACCE Excellence in Clinical Engineering and Information Technologies Synergies Changemaker Award Recipient

    Join us on Monday, March 11, at Hyatt Regency Orlando to congratulate the 2024 HIMSS-ACCE Excellence in Clinical Engineering and Information Technology Synergies Changemaker Award recipient: Christopher Falkner, MS, CCE 

     Hyatt Regency Orlando, room Manatee Spring I

    Date/Time: Monday, March 11, 11:35 am

    Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando, Manatee I


    2024 Mario Castaneda Scolardhip Fund Raising

     A tribute to ACCE past president Mario Castañeda, this scholarship furthers his legacy to promote the profession and encourage eligible students to pursue a health technology/clinical engineering/biomedical engineering career path.

    The American College of Clinical Engineering will award one $1,500 scholarship to a student studying to become a clinical engineer. An additional travel stipend of up to $1,000 will be provided for the student's travel expenses to attend the annual conference and the ACCE awards reception. The scholarship will be awarded at the annual members meeting in June.

    Please donate any amount of your choice to support this Scholarship for 2024 and years to come.​

Welcome to  the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE). Founded in 1990, ACCE is committed to enhancing the profession of clinical engineering worldwide.

Institutional and Corporate

Upstate Medical UniversityMayo ClinicMiddlesex HealthCincinnati Children'sBoston Childrens HospitalWakeMed Health and HospitalThe Christ Hospital Health NetworkAlbert Einstein Hospital BrazilSODEXOECRIRenovo SolutionsBanner HealthThe Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario ORDRUniversity of Illinois Medical CenterCrothall HealthcareNicklaus Children's HospitalUniversity of Virginia Health SystemTSP University of VermontBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterAndhra Pradesh Medtech Zone LtdIntermountain HealthcareStanford Children's HealthISS SolutionsReplacement Parts Industries, Inc.Kaiser PermanenteUniversity of Michigan Health System - Biomedical Engineering DepartmentMediMizer, Inc.Instituto de Engenharia Biomédica - Universidade Federal de Santa CatarinaCedars Sinai Medical CenterBrigham and Women's Hospital

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What's New

​Recording on-Demand of ACCE-Medigate webinar is now available!  IoMT Risks Remediation: How Context-rich Assessments Rationalize Response Effectiveness​

​JOB OPPORTUNITIES in the Clinical Engineering field
ACCE submitted to FDA comments​ on "Medical Device Servicing and Remanufacturing Activities, Draft Guidance , Docket No. FDA-2018-N-3741​
​ACCE submitted comments ​to FDA on Docket No. FDA-2021-N-0561: Discussion Paper: Strengthening Cybersecurity Practices Associated with Servicing of Medical Devices: Challenges and Opportunities

ACCE Newsletter

2023 Advocacy Award Winners!
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