Biomed News - December 2012December 01, 2012
NCBA to Address Changing Quality Assurance Process in Next Meeting
The North Central Biomedical Association (NCBA) will hold a meeting on December 14, 2012 in St. Paul, Minnesota to discuss the challenges faced by healthcare institutions in regards to the quality assurance process and its management.
The meeting will review the development of quality assurance processes at local and national scales and identify the factors that affect it. Other topics for discussion include strategies for committee development and changes to the existing quality assurance program. For more details, visit http://www.ncbiomed.org
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CMIA’s Annual Statewide Conference
The California Medical Instrumentation Association (CMIA) will hold its statewide conference in January, in Sacramento, CA. The event will be held from January 10 to January 13 2013 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel at 1230 J St. The annual golf outing for the conference will be held the day previously on January 9 at Ancil Hoffman golf course in Carmichael, CA.
Registration is FREE for all interested Biomeds and other healthcare service employees. More information can be found on the associations’ website at www.CMIA.org.
IBS to Hold Annual Conference in January
The Indiana Biomedical Society (IBS) will hold its annual conference on January 19, 2013 at the City Centre Sheraton at 31 W. Ohio St. in Indianapolis. The conference opens to visitors at 7:00a.m. and will feature over 60 vendors. More information can be found on the organization’s website at www.indianabiomedical.com.
CABMET Calls Participants to its Project Cure “Family” Event
The Colorado Association of Biomedical Equipment Technicians (CABMET) is inviting participants to its Project Cure “Family” event on December 6, 2012. The event is in need of volunteers to help sort, inspect and organize a number of medical devices that Project Cure currently has in its warehouse. Interested individuals may drop by from 4pm to 8pm. RSVP your attendance at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before December 3, 2012.
MSCE to Hold December Meeting
The Michigan Society for Clinical Engineering (MSCE) will hold a meeting about Tracelogix in December at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Canton, MI.
For more information on this upcoming meeting, visit http://www.michbmet.com.
TCBI Holds Fourth Annual Conference and Exhibition
The Center for Business Innovation (TCBI) held its annual medical device connectivity conference and exhibition on November 1 and 2 at Harvard Medical Schoolin Boston, Massachusetts. The event focused on connecting medical devices to people, workflow and information systems.
Read more about the event at http://www.tcbi.org.
HBA Symposium a Success
The Heartland Biomedical Association (HBA) hosted its yearly symposium on November 1-2 in Omaha, Nebraska. The association cast their votes for the “Member of the Year” and the association’s Vice President Position for the upcoming year.
For more details on the symposium, visit http://heartlandbiomed.org.
IBS Holds November Meeting
The Indiana Biomedical Society (IBS) held its association meeting on November 10 at the Medxcel Corporate Office. The meeting featured an eProtex presentation facilitated by the company’s CSO Derek Brost and Executive Director Earl Reber.
To learn more about the meeting, visit http://www.indianabiomedical.com/.
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