CPE Credit Event
Innovation is one of the core elements of the healthcare industry. Advances in medical procedures and devices to sustain and help patients live a healthy life are emerging at an ever-increasing pace. On the biomedical front, as more devices become interconnected to the “Internet of Things,” we are seeing incredible advances in patient management and the ability of doctors, nurses, and healthcare organizations to manage treatments remotely. There is, however, massive risk to this interconnectivity, which many organizations are not prepared to manage. With little to no formal governance, the management and oversight of biomedical devices pose significant financial and reputation risk to healthcare organizations. Does your team have the right plan in place to manage, monitor, and oversee the biomedical devices your doctors and nurses are employing every day?As a result of participating in this webinar, you should be able to:
Most healthcare organizations realize the medical benefits that they and patients are deriving from biomedical devices. The sad reality is that the majority of them have yet to realize the IT risk that these incredible advances have also brought into the heart of their operations.
Chris Reffkin and Robert Malarkey
This session is recommended for one hour of CPE credit.Additional CPE InformationProgram level: BasicPrerequisites: NoneAdvance preparation: NoneField of study: Specialized knowledge
For more information, please contact Christine Campbell.
Register Event number: 923 217 661
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