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We recently had our Joint Commission inspection and I would like to share our experience with the survey.

Supporting communities in need with donations of medical equipment.

Sprint car driver Eric Wright got his start in racing as a youngster tearing up mud with a four-wheeler on a homemade track on the rear of his grandfather’s property. At 15, his father moved him up two levels to a bigger, traveling racing series, and by that point, he was truly hooked. “You can’t […]

Have you ever been so frustrated with a supervisor that you want to quit your job? A friend of mine, let’s call her Janet, is in one of those situations. Her story aligns with the saying, “People don’t quit their jobs, they quit their boss.” I’ve known Janet for many years, and people like working […]

In today’s world, a focus on disaster planning and emergency preparedness is integral to hospital operations. However, some Biomeds may think this doesn’t apply to us. I would suggest every biomedical department become very familiar with disaster and emergency planning. I am suggesting that from a medical equipment management perspective. We (the biomedical engineering department) […]

One of the chief aims of the Affordable Care Act is to improve health outcomes by tying reimbursement rates to readmission rates. With hospital-associated infections an ever-present challenge, Prime Medical of Largo, Florida has developed a new microfiber technology designed to reduce bacterial growth with an assist from common household bleach. SAF-T scrubs are designed […]

Thanks to movies like “Drumline” and the popularity of Saturday afternoon NCAA football, most Americans have more than a passing familiarity with marching bands.

Every business has a customer service component, but many companies don’t know when they’re not doing well until serious damage is done.

We are in our survey window for The Joint Commission and, as every biomed knows, this means a continuous barrage of consultants visiting our facility.

InterMed CEO Rick Staab has dedicated himself to helping increase the visibility of dystonia and coordinate research around a cure.

We recently had our Joint Commission inspection and I would like to share our experience with the survey.

Supporting communities in need with donations of medical equipment.

Sprint car driver Eric Wright got his start in racing as a youngster tearing up mud with a four-wheeler on a homemade track on the rear of his grandfather’s property. At 15, his father moved him up two levels to a bigger, traveling racing series, and by that point, he was truly hooked. “You can’t […]

Have you ever been so frustrated with a supervisor that you want to quit your job? A friend of mine, let’s call her Janet, is in one of those situations. Her story aligns with the saying, “People don’t quit their jobs, they quit their boss.” I’ve known Janet for many years, and people like working […]

In today’s world, a focus on disaster planning and emergency preparedness is integral to hospital operations. However, some Biomeds may think this doesn’t apply to us. I would suggest every biomedical department become very familiar with disaster and emergency planning. I am suggesting that from a medical equipment management perspective. We (the biomedical engineering department) […]

One of the chief aims of the Affordable Care Act is to improve health outcomes by tying reimbursement rates to readmission rates. With hospital-associated infections an ever-present challenge, Prime Medical of Largo, Florida has developed a new microfiber technology designed to reduce bacterial growth with an assist from common household bleach. SAF-T scrubs are designed […]

Thanks to movies like “Drumline” and the popularity of Saturday afternoon NCAA football, most Americans have more than a passing familiarity with marching bands.

Every business has a customer service component, but many companies don’t know when they’re not doing well until serious damage is done.

We are in our survey window for The Joint Commission and, as every biomed knows, this means a continuous barrage of consultants visiting our facility.

InterMed CEO Rick Staab has dedicated himself to helping increase the visibility of dystonia and coordinate research around a cure.