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The Dog Days of Summer: The Perfect Time to Prepare for the Flu?

Posted: July 31, 2018

In the midst of Summer, it can be difficult to think about Winter. But in terms of getting prepared for the flu season, that’s exactly what needs to happen.

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3 Trends Impacting Biomedical Departments

Rise of the Machines: 3 Trends Impacting Biomedical Service Demands

Posted: July 9, 2018

Biomedical technicians are now responsible for more equipment than ever before. This responsibility and other related challenges are complicating hospital equipment service demands.

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Hospital Outsource Success - Vendor Management - UHS Blog

4 Tips For Effective Hospital Outsourcing

Posted: June 18, 2018

Outsourcing supportive services is key to helping free up staff time. But having too many vendors can end up driving greater inefficiencies. Here are four tips to help find the right balance.

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Reduce Hospital Administrative Tasks

Free Up Hospital Staff to Focus on Patients, Not Admin Tasks

Posted: June 4, 2018

Hospital administrative tasks are necessary and important, but they place extra strain on staff across the facility. Reduce the burden to improve patient care.

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Strengthen Clinical Engineering Teams - UHS

3 Ways to Strengthen Your Clinical Engineering Team

Posted: May 21, 2018

Hospital clinical engineering departments are increasingly squeezed for time and resources, making it harder for CE directors to achieve objectives that can have a greater impact for their team and hospital.

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How Hospitals can Attract Health Care Technology Management Talent

The Battle for Health Care Technology Management Talent: How Hospitals Can Compete

Posted: March 21, 2018

Millennials are about to replace Baby Boomers as the largest living adult generation in the U.S. This will have a significant impact on the recruitment and retention of health care technology management professionals.

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2017-18 Flu Season Review

The 2017-18 Flu Season in Review: Anticipated & Underprepared

Posted: March 9, 2018

The current flu season isn’t over yet but is already on record as the worst seen in nearly a decade. Here is a recap of the season so far and three key takeaways from the 2017-18 flu season.

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Emerging Medical Technologies - UHS

Clinical Engineering Challenges Amid Emerging Technologies

Posted: January 9, 2018

Hospital clinical engineering teams have an important role to play in assessing emerging health care technologies. But how can you prepare for the next wave of tech if you don’t have the time and tools to do so?

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Hospital Flu Preparedness - Is Your Medical Equipment Ready for the Flu Season

Feeling Down Under? It Might Be the Flu: How Hospitals Can Prepare

Posted: October 17, 2017

The high volume of flu cases in Australia, plus the recent catastrophic run of hurricanes and ongoing wildfires, could signal a tough season ahead for the U.S. Here are 3 tips on how hospitals can better prepare for the flu.

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Critical Questions Surrounding Rental Equipment

Critical Questions to Ask Your Medical Equipment Rental Provider

Posted: September 8, 2017

The U.S. Congress is  focusing on the quality and safety standards of all medical device suppliers and service providers, not just the OEMs. How do you know your medical equipment rentals are safe and patient ready?

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Attract and Retain Millennial Biomed Techs

How Hospitals Can Attract & Retain Millennial Biomed Technicians

Posted: August 23, 2017

Biomed departments are facing two dueling realities: Large segments of their work force retiring, and the continued rise of software-enabled technology. Capturing the next wave of technical talent will determine if they sink or float. Are you prepared?

Read More
flu signs - when to prepare

The Dog Days of Summer: The Perfect Time to Prepare for the Flu?

Posted: July 31, 2018

In the midst of Summer, it can be difficult to think about Winter. But in terms of getting prepared for the flu season, that’s exactly what needs to happen.

Read More
3 Trends Impacting Biomedical Departments

Rise of the Machines: 3 Trends Impacting Biomedical Service Demands

Posted: July 9, 2018

Biomedical technicians are now responsible for more equipment than ever before. This responsibility and other related challenges are complicating hospital equipment service demands.

Read More
Hospital Outsource Success - Vendor Management - UHS Blog

4 Tips For Effective Hospital Outsourcing

Posted: June 18, 2018

Outsourcing supportive services is key to helping free up staff time. But having too many vendors can end up driving greater inefficiencies. Here are four tips to help find the right balance.

Read More
Reduce Hospital Administrative Tasks

Free Up Hospital Staff to Focus on Patients, Not Admin Tasks

Posted: June 4, 2018

Hospital administrative tasks are necessary and important, but they place extra strain on staff across the facility. Reduce the burden to improve patient care.

Read More
Strengthen Clinical Engineering Teams - UHS

3 Ways to Strengthen Your Clinical Engineering Team

Posted: May 21, 2018

Hospital clinical engineering departments are increasingly squeezed for time and resources, making it harder for CE directors to achieve objectives that can have a greater impact for their team and hospital.

Read More
How Hospitals can Attract Health Care Technology Management Talent

The Battle for Health Care Technology Management Talent: How Hospitals Can Compete

Posted: March 21, 2018

Millennials are about to replace Baby Boomers as the largest living adult generation in the U.S. This will have a significant impact on the recruitment and retention of health care technology management professionals.

Read More
2017-18 Flu Season Review

The 2017-18 Flu Season in Review: Anticipated & Underprepared

Posted: March 9, 2018

The current flu season isn’t over yet but is already on record as the worst seen in nearly a decade. Here is a recap of the season so far and three key takeaways from the 2017-18 flu season.

Read More
Emerging Medical Technologies - UHS

Clinical Engineering Challenges Amid Emerging Technologies

Posted: January 9, 2018

Hospital clinical engineering teams have an important role to play in assessing emerging health care technologies. But how can you prepare for the next wave of tech if you don’t have the time and tools to do so?

Read More
Hospital Flu Preparedness - Is Your Medical Equipment Ready for the Flu Season

Feeling Down Under? It Might Be the Flu: How Hospitals Can Prepare

Posted: October 17, 2017

The high volume of flu cases in Australia, plus the recent catastrophic run of hurricanes and ongoing wildfires, could signal a tough season ahead for the U.S. Here are 3 tips on how hospitals can better prepare for the flu.

Read More
Critical Questions Surrounding Rental Equipment

Critical Questions to Ask Your Medical Equipment Rental Provider

Posted: September 8, 2017

The U.S. Congress is  focusing on the quality and safety standards of all medical device suppliers and service providers, not just the OEMs. How do you know your medical equipment rentals are safe and patient ready?

Read More
Attract and Retain Millennial Biomed Techs

How Hospitals Can Attract & Retain Millennial Biomed Technicians

Posted: August 23, 2017

Biomed departments are facing two dueling realities: Large segments of their work force retiring, and the continued rise of software-enabled technology. Capturing the next wave of technical talent will determine if they sink or float. Are you prepared?

Read More

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