Members' free webinar! Ryuk: Protecting Clinical Engineering from Ransomware Attack
Please join healthcare thought leaders, including Clinical Engineering
executives, Cyber Security specialists, CMOs, CISO's and MDs for a diverse,
thoughtful and deeply interesting panel discussion on preparedness for Ryuk,
its impact on the healthcare industry.
Date/Time: Wednesday, December 02, 2020, 1pm - 2pm (EST)
Richard Staynings, Chief Security Strategist, Cylera, CO,
USA (Moderator)Dr. Saif Abed, MD. Partner, Cybersecurity Services, The AbedGraham Group, London, UKTracey Hughes, Sr. Dir. Biomed, Duke Health, NC, USAPablo Rincon Crespo, VP Security & Threat Intelligence, Cylera,
A Tribute to a Founder, Fellow, dear colleague and friend
David A. Simmons, ScD, PE, FACCE, CCE, CQE
July 25, 1935 - October 28, 2020
Dr. Simmons spent over 50 years in
direct patient health care delivery, clinical engineering and management and
health care consultation. David possessed three engineering degrees, including
a Doctor of Science in Engineering Management from Indiana Northern University.
He spent many years in both the Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S.
Public Health Service in Indian Health Service Hospitals. In 1973, Dr. Simmons
became the first Chief, Biomedical Engineer for Veterans Administration's 168
hospitals. Dr. Simmons was a prolific speaker and writer with dozens of books
and publications in many different health care quality subject areas.
He founded and served as President-CEO of (1) Technical
Dynamics, Inc. (1979) as a CE shared service subsidiary of the Fairfax Hospital
Association (now INOVA Health System) where he also served at the same time as
the Director of CE for all of the Association’s hospitals; and (2) Mid Atlantic
CE, Inc. (1986) for Voluntary Hospitals of America.
2021 ACCE Awards
Call for Nominations! 2021 ACCE Awards
Deadline: January 17, 2021.
Lifetime Achievement Award, Marv Shepherd Patient Safety Award, Challenge Award, Tom O'Dea Advocacy Award, Professional Achievement in Management/Manaerial Excellence Award, Professional Development in Technology/Professional Development Award, Antonio Hernandez International Clinical Engineering Award, ACCE/HTF International Organization Award, CE-HTM Champion Award.
Just complete this nomination form with recommended individual(s), justification(s) by Sunday, January 17, 2021.
Approaches to Preventive Maintenance, Canada, US and International
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2020; 12pm -1pm (EST)
Panelists: Martin Poulin, Matt Baretich, Bill Gentles
Description: The AEM
methodology created by the US Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
(CMS) is a well-documented program largely thanks to ACCE leaders like Matt
Baretich, but what about our global partners? Martin Poulin joins us to discuss
using WHO approach to PM, and how they have been adopted into the Province of
British Columbia equipment maintenance strategy. Bill Gentles will expand on
approaches to PM internationally.
For more details and to register, go to https://accenet.org/NewsEvents/Pages/Webinars.aspx
Enter the 2021 ACCE Student Paper Competition by January 31, 2021
The ACCE Student Paper Competition showcases the extraordinary talents of both undergraduate and graduate clinical engineering students through their development of a paper involving any area of clinical engineering practice.
The award will be given to a maximum of 6 individuals currently enrolled in a CE or related college level program. One award in each division (undergraduate, graduate, doctorate) will go to a student in US/Canada and an international student.
The competition is open to current students, undergraduate, or graduate in a clinical/biomedical engineering or related graduate programs.
Complete your entry form indicating your Division (Undergraduate, Graduate, or Doctorate), and upload a copy of your paper.
Winners will be recognized at the 2021 ACCE annual members meeting/awards reception in Charlotte, NC.
For more information, click here
2021 ACCE Student Scholarship
The American College
of Clinical Engineering Scholarship is designed to promote the profession and
encourage eligible students to pursue a clinical engineering path.
ACCE will award one
$1,500 scholarship to a student studying to become a clinical engineer.
Requirement: Applicants must be a current (beginning in the fall of 2021), full-time, third-year or above undergraduate or recent graduates accepted into a related graduate program, seeking a career in clinical engineering/biomedical engineering/health systems engineering profession at an accredited college or university.
The scholarship will
be awarded at the 31st ACCE members meeting/awards reception during AAMI
Exchange 2021 in June 2021, in Charlotte, NC.
Deadline to apply: February 15, 2021.
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