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  • San Joaquin Chapter Meeting Aug 14

    Please join our next SJVC meeting  guest speaker Chad Frisque from the Burwood group.
    Presentation will cover the changes on healthcare wireless.

    1.       Current Real-Time Wireless Network Health

    2.       Networks moving from 2.4 Ghz to 5.0 Ghz – what does this mean for device design and deployment

    3.       Wireless Network Analytics – Understanding user experience and behavior

    4.       Changes in Wireless Network Design – Predictive Modeling

    Dinner will be servered with great door prizes as well.

    Vendors Please call Ulysses Caiati to reserve your table today.

    (559) 283-4031  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

  • Open Invitation From Inland Empire to all Chapters

    All chapters Come and Learn August 19th I am pleased to officially announce that Fresenius Medical Care (North america) will be presenting at our August Inland Empire chapter meeting. I am extending an invitation for your chapters to consider joining us.

    Jose Zambrano 
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  • INTERVIEW WITH PAUL KELLEY…

    Paul Kelley CBET is no stranger to the CMIA.  He has held key roles in the founding and development of our organization.  As Keynote Speaker at the 2014 Vendor Fair being held in Northern California we want to share some of his thoughts on his experience as a leader in the Healthcare Technology Management field.  For more information about Paul, see the article about his Keynote Address on this site.

    This interview is a teaser of what Paul will address as he speaks on Friday June 20th at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Concord.  To hear the “whole story” you need to register for the dinner and Paul’s Keynote Address at http://cmia.org/calendar/2014-cmia-vendor-fair.

     

  • PAUL KELLEY TO DELIVER KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT CMIA 2014 VENDOR FAIR

    The 2014 CMIA Vendor Fair Committee announced Paul Kelley CBET, well-known leader in the field of Healthcare Technology Management as keynote speaker at their Three Chapter Event to be held June 20 and 21 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Concord.  The keynote address will begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 20.

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  • San Joaquin Chapter Meeting Aug 14

    Please join our next SJVC meeting  guest speaker Chad Frisque from the Burwood group.
    Presentation will cover the changes on healthcare wireless.

    1.       Current Real-Time Wireless Network Health

    2.       Networks moving from 2.4 Ghz to 5.0 Ghz – what does this mean for device design and deployment

    3.       Wireless Network Analytics – Understanding user experience and behavior

    4.       Changes in Wireless Network Design – Predictive Modeling

    Dinner will be servered with great door prizes as well.

    Vendors Please call Ulysses Caiati to reserve your table today.

    (559) 283-4031  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

  • Open Invitation From Inland Empire to all Chapters

    All chapters Come and Learn August 19th I am pleased to officially announce that Fresenius Medical Care (North america) will be presenting at our August Inland Empire chapter meeting. I am extending an invitation for your chapters to consider joining us.

    Jose Zambrano 
     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
     

     

  • CMIA/LA NEWSLETTER

    What is RTLS? 

    RFID, RTLS and GPS solutions belong to a family of solutions referred to as location-based services (LBS). But only Real-Time Location Systems can use active RFID tags to locate high-value assets and people on virtual maps, as they move in ‘real-time’. Active RFID technology is enterprise-grade, not to be confused with Passive RFID technology which works only in proximity to specialized RFID readers and provides ‘point-in-time’ location. 

  • CMS REVERSES COURSE ON MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES

    A key federal agency announced Friday that hospitals have some latitude in setting their maintenance activities for medical equipment, revising an earlier stance that manufacturer’s recommendations must be followed in almost all cases.