Develops Template for Risk Assessment Process
Irvine, Calif. – Tech Knowledge Associates (TKA), an Innovation Institute subsidiary that specializes in clinical technology management, announced today that their team will exhibit and present at the MD Expo in Irvine, Calif. April 9-11, 2017. MD Expo is a leading health care technology management conference that features world-class educational sessions and the latest technology, service and equipment options.
George Hampton, president of TKA, says the presentation will identify the process and procedures required to develop an Alternate Equipment Maintenance (AEM) Program, a review of the AEM scoring process and scoring categories, along with supportive documentation to support the program. The TKA team will also address the policies and procedures associated with the AEM program, how the program is implemented and the regulatory agencies’ compliance procedures.
TKA has developed its own risk assessment process and an AEM Program that the clinical technology management company launched in March 2017. It addresses directives that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released regarding the maintenance of medical equipment.
MultiMedical Systems, a sister company and Innovation Institute subsidiary in the medical technology management space, will also be exhibiting at MD Expo.
About Tech Knowledge Associates
Tech Knowledge Associates is a national healthcare technology management organization that elevates clinical engineering through innovative management programs, medical equipment life cycle solutions, and service data for large inventories of medical devices that exceed $1 billion in value. For more information, go to www.ii-techknow.com.
About The Innovation Institute
The Innovation Institute is an independent, for-profit LLC structured to cultivate innovative solutions to transform healthcare delivery. The Innovation Institute is owned by non-profit health systems. This collaborative taps into physicians, employees, and industry business partners to incubate and commercialize new medical products and ideas. Comprised of three distinct elements – an innovation lab, an investment fund, and a shared services group (Enterprise Development Group), The Institute strives to “do more, with less, for more people.” For more information, visit lab.ii4change.com.