Recent articles highlight the unprecedented turnover of hospital personnel. (See http://www.htmblogg.com , May 18, 2017) . A recent poll revealed that more than half of the respondents had been at their hospital for less than 5 years, but 43% had been there less than 2 years. While the lack of longevity of any personnel… Continue reading HTM and Imaging Engineers Most Difficult Jobs to Fill in Healthcare
Legal experts say New York-registered service contract providers must take immediate action to comply with the state’s new Cybersecurity Regulation before the looming deadline at the end of next month, and before the state’s regulators levy heavy fines and penalties to send a message to the industry. Editor’s Note: This column, written by Locke Lord… Continue reading Cybersecurity Law
To all Biomeds and friends of Biomeds Patrick K. Lynch CBET, CCE, CHTM Note: The first few pages of this are introductory materials. But I and the biomed profession need you to write a very important email the AHA about our future. If you do not have time to read this, go to the… Continue reading Take This Step to Save The HTM Profession!
20 most beautiful hospitals in America, as ranked by Soliant Written by Mackenzie Bean | June 27, 2017 | Print | Email Middletown, N.Y.-based Orange Regional Medical Center is the most beautiful hospital in the country, according to Soliant Health’s 2017 list of the 20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in America. Soliant Health, an Atlanta-based healthcare staffing company, released its ninth annual list Tuesday.… Continue reading 20 most beautiful hospitals in America
Note from Pat Lynch: I am not sure what the article below all means, but I do know that we in America spend most of our healthcare dollars in the last year or so of life. I pose this question: Is the quality of life of the patients, and the strain on the families… Continue reading Top 10 costliest medical conditions in 2016