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Browsing Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) by Title

Browsing Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) by Title

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  • Worm, Anna (EWH, 2012)
    This is a powerpoint covering the basics of entrepreneurship.
  • Andrea Cassano-Piché, et. al (HumanEra @ UHN & IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division, 2015)
    When a technology is poorly designed, it can lead people to make mistakes while interacting with it. In healthcare, this can be especially serious given the complexity of technology and what we need it to do. Many technologies ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2018)
    The operational budget refers to the planned engineering activities (operations) that the HTM Team carries out for its customers. In other words it allocates funds against the activities in the operational plan (Section ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2005)
    nfection and hazard control committees are required in the health service at district level and at facility level (depending on the size of the facility). They need access to international data on hazards. Feedback is ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2005)
    In order to deliver quality health services, it is essential to undertake effective healthcare technology management. There are various framework requirements to help you do this. These include legislation, regulations, ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2018)
    The system introduced in this Guide provides a solid approach to managing maintenance. However, we recognize that there are other ways of organizing the maintenance services which may be more appropriate for your administrative ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2005)
    Many health service provider organizations have a General Inventory for their facilities kept by Stores personnel. This covers everything found in each department (including such items as furniture, plastic and glassware, ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2005)
    This Guide is intended as a practical tool to assist in the procurement of both equipment and equipment-related supplies (in other words, consumables, accessories, spare parts and maintenance materials). The activities in ...
  • Worm, Anna (EWH, 2012)
    This presentation accompanies the book: How to Organize: How to Manage Vol 1, Lenel et. al., (Ziken International: 2005).
  • Worm, Anna (EWH, 2012)
    This presentation accompanies the book: How to Organize: How to Manage Vol 2, Lenel et. al., (Ziken International: 2005).
  • Worm, Anna (EWH, 2012)
    This presentation covers Guide 3: How Procure and Commission: How to Manage Vol 3, Lenel et. al., (Ziken International: 2005) and Guide 6: How to Manage Finances: How to Manage Vol 6 Lenel et. al., (Ziken International: 2005).
  • Worm, Anna (EWH, 2012)
    How to Manage Finances: How to Manage Vol 6 Lenel et. al., (Ziken International: 2005).
  • Unknown author (HumanEra @ UHN & IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division., 2015)
    Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an engineering method for proactively assessing vulnerabilities in a system before the risks cause harm. It was first used in the late 1940’s by the US Armed Forces to analyze ...
  • Andrea Cassano-Piché, et. al (HumanEra @ UHN & IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division, 2015)
    The human factors informed procurement and implementation process (HFPIP) is a framework that can be followed to support the human factors informed selection of medical technologies in hospital organizations. This framework ...
  • Andrea Cassano-Piché, et. al (HumanEra @ UHN & IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division., 2015)
    Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a retrospective incident investigation framework, initially developed as a quality management engineering tool, that is now widely used in many industries to support the improved safety of ...
  • Andrea Cassano-Piché, et. al (HumanEra @ UHN & IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division, 2015)
    Biomedical technology professionals are often the first people to identify issues with a technology. Sometimes they identify them proactively, during regular inspections, and sometimes they find them retrospectively, when ...
  • Andrea Cassano-Piché, et. al (HumanEra @ UHN & IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division, 2015)
    Data collection through observation yields rich information about how people do things, but this insight only provides part of the story. It is also important to understand why a system has been set up, or things are being ...
  • Skeet, Muriel; Fear, David (VSO, 1995)
    The breakdown of a piece of equipment is inconvenient to us and can put our patients’ lives at risk. The result is frustration and stress. Sometimes a breakdown is inevitable or a repair is delayed because a spare part ...
  • Unknown author (Tropical Health and Education Trust., 2015)
    This short article provides a brief overview of major concepts in Healthcare Technology Management such as: the equipment lifecycle, planning, budgeting and financing, assessment and selection, logistics, installation and ...
  • Andrea Cassano-Piché, et. al (HumanEra @ UHN & IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division, 2015)
    All people, no matter how careful, have the potential to make mistakes. Healthcare professionals enter the field out of a desire to help others, but because all humans have certain known strengths and limitations, people ...

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