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    Leveraging Enterprise Equipment Strategies to Provide Excellence in Patient Care during COVID 19

    ​Session Description: The onset of COVID 19 brought many challenges to Healthcare Delivery Organizations. While the Clinical Practice worked feverishly to plan and provide care, access to additional respiratory and monitoring equipment became essential. However, behind the scenes, supply chain disruptions and equipment shortages were wreaking havoc on the medical equipment industry and suppliers. Mayo Clinic HTM was at the center of many efforts to maximize the use of existing equipment, leverage the marketplace to purchase equipment, and use our enterprise-level data and staffing footprint to assist the Practice in achieving their goals. This webinar will discuss: - Equipment purchasing and distribution - Retrofitting and re-purposing of existing equipment - Collaboration with Supply Chain, Clinical Practice, and external partners to remove impediments to care - Development of new data integrations to provide real time C-Suite access to HTM based data - Benefits of fleet standardization and a holistic approach to equipment lifecycle management​.


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    Free Webinar! Selecting and Implementing IoT network security Tools: Why cross-functional Engagement is Essential, sponsored by Medigate

    Description: Securing enterprise networks is a challenging proposition on its own. And when coverage of IoMT devices are included, the complexities rise to a new level. IoMT management requires detailed knowledge of the constraints unique to the devices themselves and the clinical networks that host them. The traffic flows, communication protocols, operating requirements, security posture and importantly, the status of each device must be known. Patient safety is at stake. No single department can assume sole responsibility. The security risks inherent to the delivery of connected care must be addressed cross-functionally. Medigate’s Drew Ganther and Stanford Children’s Hospital, Ilir Kullolli will host a conversation about the realities of medical device management. Webinar attendees will be treated to an open, candid discussion.

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    The American College of Clinical Engineering congratulates the Winners of the 2021 ACCE Advocacy Awards

    ACCE Awards will be presented at the HTA/ACCE Awards reception on August 10, 2022 in Las Vegas, NV, or at another event. 

    (as we are following with the CDC recommendations to safely meet in person.​)

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    Help ACCE by completing the 2021 ACCE BOK Survey

    ​The results will be compiled and analyzed by ACCE for use by the US/Canadian Board of Examiners for the Certification in Clinical Engineering exam.

    As a valued CE/HTM professional, your response to this survey will provide ACCE with valuable information on how clinical engineering is practiced today. In exchange of your valuable time, you will be entered into a drawing to win one of the 3 prizes.


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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