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    Congratulations to ACCE on 28 years of accomplishment.


    ACCE has played a significant role in the advancement of the clinical engineering profession. ACCE’s 900 strong members in 45 countries are committed to promoting the safe and effective application of science and technology in patient care since 1990. Many thanks to the talented and hardworking ACCE members who have volunteered their time and efforts in raising the bar of excellence in clinical engineering practice.

    Arif Subhan, President, ACCE​


    Complete the 2018 ACCE Body of Knowledge (BOK) Survey

    Please take the ACCE Body of Knowledge (BOK) Survey , which is open now through July 31, 2018.  The survey will assist the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) with developing the scope of practice and knowledge base of clinical engineers. The results will be compiled and analyzed by ACCE for use by the United States and Canadian Board of Examiners for Certification in Clinical Engineering in designing the Certification in Clinical Engineering (CCE) exam.

    Please assist ACCE with developing the current scope of practice and knowledge base of clinical engineers by taking this survey today!

    In exchange for your valuable time, you will be entered into a drawing to win one of 3 prizes:

    • One-year complimentary ACCE membership (new or renewal)
    • $30.00 Amazon Gift Certificate
    • $30.00 Amazon Gift Certificate​

    Help us Support Medical Device Integrations.

    Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) Patient Care Device domain is seeking for your feedback to guide future development efforts in addressing integration of medical devices into the healthcare enterprise. Help us Support Medical Device Integration and share your insights on the survey that reflects your position.

    Respond to the IHE survey now. 

     Healthcare Delivery Organization survey

    Manufacturer Survey

    IHE is a healthcare industry initiative sponsored by AAMI, ACCE and HIMSS to improve the way computer systems in healthcare share information so that they work together better, are easier to implement, and help care providers use information more effectively. The goal is efficient delivery of optimal patient care. ​ 

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

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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.

Congratulations to the 2018 Clinical Engineering Hall of Fame inductees! ​ Yadin David, EdD and James Wear, PhD were inducted at the annual meeting/awards reception on June 2, 2018 in Long Beach, California.
ACCE is one of AIMBE's Council of Societies, a collective Voice for Action and advocate for the valueof medical and biological engineering to society.  Here the most recent Flash Issues​ Get involved! College of Fellows 

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