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    Educational Webinar: Systems Level Analysis

    ​Date: Thursday, August 13, 2020, 12pm - 1pm (EDT)

    Speaker: Prakhar Kapoor

    Description: Systems can be used in innovative ways to improve clinical operations, quality of systems/medical device integration, assist with clinical investigations and crisis management.

    To register, go to https://accenet.org/NewsEvents/Pages/Webinars.aspx



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    Mayo Clinic Efforts to Secure Connected Medical Devices and HIoT

    In this webinar, learn from Mayo Clinic and Ordr on the best practices to improve visibility into your medical device and HIoT fleet and improve the security of connected devices. Hear about strategies Mayo Clinic Healthcare Technology Management is implementing to transform cybersecurity practices across their organization.

    Join Mayo Clinic, Section Head of Healthcare Technology Management Cybersecurity and Operations, Keith Whitby, and Ordr, Chief Product Officer, Gnanaprakasam Pandian in an engaging discussion on:
    • Why gaining complete visibility of all your IoMT, IoT and unmanaged devices is a critical step towards meeting broader security objectives and more efficient lifecycle management
    • What you can do to continually monitor and reduce the risk of your healthcare devices for rapid respond to new vulnerabilities and threats
    • Strategies for implementing automated segmentation to protect critical equipment while minimizing operational impact​ 
     
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    2020 Certification in Clinical Engineering (CCE) Survey

    The American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) is developing a long range strategy to increase the number of Certified Clinical Engineers (CCEs) both in North America and Worldwide. To accomplish this goal our working group is starting off by launching a survey to both our current membership and others within our profession not currently affiliated with the ACCE to ascertain the obstacles preventing our colleagues from achieving certification. 

    Once the survey confirms the underlying roadblocks to certification we will develop a long range strategy to increase certification with this data. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey.

    To complete the survey, click here

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