SUNDAY 2:45-4:15 PM • 1.5 CE CREDITS
The Role of Nursing in Healthcare Technology Management
Mike Busdicker, CHTM, System Director, Clinical Engineering, Intermountain Healthcare
This course will illustrate why the cooperation and partnership between perioperative professionals and the healthcare technology management (HTM) teams within their hospitals is vital to ensure medical equipment in their areas of responsibility meet regulatory requirements and are safe to use in the clinical care setting. Data will include a description of the clinical engineering/biomedical engineering department and the value this department can bring in overall medical equipment asset management.
Mike Busdicker is the System Director of Clinical Engineering Shared Services at Intermountain Healthcare. He started his health care career with the United States Air Force as a 1983 graduate of the Department of Defense Biomedical Equipment Repair School. He earned a master’s degrees in business from Baker College. Prior to joining Intermountain Healthcare, he held leadership positions with ServiceMaster Management Services, Aramark Clinical Technology Services, TriMedx Healthcare Services and Alexian Brothers Healthcare System. He is an active member of AAMI, ACHE, UHE, HIMSS, NH-ISAC and MDSISC. He serves on the AAMI Technology Management Executive Council.
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