Education

Friday, October 2

The Realities and Irrelevance of Medical Device Leakage Currents

Larry Fennigkoh, Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Milwaukee School of Engineering

The focus of this session will examine the technical realities and origins of 60 Hz leakage (or “touch”) currents and the necessary, multiple and highly unlikely conductive pathways that need to exist before any form of shock hazard presents itself. While the continued visual inspection of the device’s line cord, plug cap, strain relief and the assurance of ground conductor integrity remain very appropriate components of an electrical safety inspection, the focus on leakage currents need no longer be among them.

Who is Prepared to Take Your Place? A Plan for Succession

Alan Gresch, Vice President of Client Success, Accruent

This presentation will outline a process for intentionally planning out replacements for every position within your department, including yours.

More details coming soon!

Basic Finance for HTM

Matt Dummert, HTM Director, Froedtert Health

Basic financial concepts influence what we do as HTM professionals, just as what we do influences the financial management of a health care system. It is a push pull relationship and understanding the financial perspective can enlighten HTM professionals and enable a deeper collaboration with our financial peers.

Understand and Grow in the HTM Universe

Jina Walls, Biomedical Technician, Loyal Source Government Services

The goal of this presentation is to provide tips to help new employees settle into the workplace quickly, smoothly and efficiently. It will inform and motivate individuals to continue their education in the field of HTM and explain the different entities of the HTM field.

PRODUCT DEMO: Identify, Optimize and Secure Your Ecosystem of Connected Devices

Peter Rigas, Regional Director, CyberMDX

Attendees will see first-hand how to optimize connected medical and IoT devices. After exploring the benefits of 360° asset visibility and a centralized view of utilization and performance, attendees will learn best practices for device performance management.