AAMI releases free wireless information resource

Compilation of articles can help avoid mistakes when introducing wireless technologies into healthcare facilities

By Healthcare Facilities Today
August 27, 2013

The AAMI has released a free wireless information resource called "Going Wireless" to offer insight and practical guidance to the healthcare technology management community.

According to the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation press release, the compilation of AAMI wireless articles and resources can help healthcare facilities avoid mistakes, such as failing to take intended-use environments into consideration and purchasing end-point devices before evaluating the limitations of their current wireless infrastructure. 

The compilation's articles, which originally appeared in AAMI's peer-reviewed publications, examine the major wireless challenges in healthcare today. They address topics from tips for ensuring a robust and reliable network to how to conduct a technology risk assessment.

Most of the free compilation is a product of AAMI's Wireless Strategy Task Force. The task force was formed earlier this year to address the growing challenges of wireless technology in healthcare. Its members include manufacturers, regulators snd HTM professionals.

Download "Going Wireless."


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