On Monday, June 6, 2016 from 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. EQ2 will be co-presenting with Adventist Health on the topic of “Driving the Value of the Clinical Engineering Department: Leveraging the Unmined Information” at the AAMI 2016 Conference and Expo in Tampa, FL.
Vishal Malhotra of EQ2 and Michael D. Philpott, CBET, BS of Portland Adventist Medical Center will be the presenters on this extremely timely topic:
Healthcare technology management (HTM), process improvement, and business intelligence, if properly used, can drive the value of the clinical engineering department and gain the attention of the C-suite. Clinical engineering is the only department in the hospital that has all the critical information required for effective life cycle management of medical devices. Leveraging unmined information with proper business intelligence tools can and will provide guidance in defining the processes that result in improved efficiency and a safer environment of care for both patients and clinicians. Refining and improving your business processes can not only drive the value of your department but can also allow you to save on both human and financial resources that can be reallocated elsewhere. The scope of HTM, clinical engineering, or the biomed department is far-reaching and impacts standardization, clinical efficiency, clinical education, risk management, quality, and cost of medical equipment and systems. – See more at the AAMI educational conference website.
If you will be coming to the AAMI event this year, we welcome you to attend this conference session. Also EQ2 will be exhibiting in the expo hall June 4 – 6 at Booth #506 where we’ll be showcasing the newest features of the HEMS CMMS for Biomedical. These AAMI events are taking place at the Tampa Convention Center. See our AAMI event webpage for more details.