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CME Corp Staff

CME Corp Staff
CME Corp's staff explores and presents the latest findings, news, and trends of the healthcare industry.

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Military Appreciation Month - John Waller (USAF)

By CME Corp Staff on May 16, 2022 9:53:27 AM

In honor of Military Appreciation month, we'd like to introduce you to John Waller; one of our Regional Services Managers out of our Warwick, RI Headquarters.John is currently serving in the United States Air Force and has been for the past seven years. He’s been deployed internationally to Peacetime and Wartime missions with his last being Senegal, Africa in 2021. He was deployed here to assist in COVID-19 efforts, biomedical engineering operations as well as surgery and emergency room operations.

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A Start-Up Checklist when Building a New Physical Therapy Clinic

By CME Corp Staff on May 5, 2022 4:19:34 PM

Physical Therapy (PT) can be used for many health issues including pain management, improved mobility, and rehabilitation to name a few. When building a new PT clinic, it is important to know which conditions will be diagnosed and treated as well as having a checklist of all equipment available for those conditions. Dynatronics and Hausmann, leaders in high-quality restorative products, developed a comprehensive checklist to outfit your new PT clinic.

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Is Your AED Approved?

By CME Corp Staff on Mar 7, 2022 1:25:59 PM

The FDA will now ensure all Automated External Defibrillators in use currently and all future AED devices are reliable life-saving devices. Premarket approval is now required by the FDA for manufacturers of AEDs

In the past, many AEDs were manufactured using inadequate components, insufficient validation of the manufacturing processes along with design issues. In 2013, the FDA alerted users of certain models of AEDs manufactured between 2005 and 2012 that their AED may not deliver a shock to the patient in an emergency situation. Faulty AEDs can result in patient injury or prevent patient rescue. 

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4 Key Tips to Keep in Mind for Your End-of-Budget-Year Procurement

By CME Corp Staff on Nov 17, 2021 1:30:00 PM

The end of the year is a busy time in the healthcare industry, and if you’re responsible for equipment purchases, you’re surely aware of the time running out for budgeted items. Add a global pandemic into the mix and you'll understand that time is of the essence. You may have approved items that have yet to be purchased before year-end or else you'll lose the approval.  Or, you may have a budget allocated that, if unspent, it will be reduced next year.

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Healthcare-Associated Infections Beyond the ACA: Download the eBook Here

By CME Corp Staff on Sep 28, 2021 7:30:00 AM

Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) cost facilities billions of dollars and cause 99,000 deaths annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At CME Corp, we consider this trend to be nothing short of tragic, but we do have some answers.

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6 Unique Product Solutions for Your HAI Issues

By CME Corp Staff on Sep 7, 2021 2:11:00 PM

While preventing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) has always been a top priority for healthcare providers, the COVID-19 pandemic fueled a large jump in HAIs by fourth quarter of 2020.  While equipment such as ventilators and catheters are top of mind during infection prevention discussions, there are other product solutions that you may not have thought of.

Here are six unique product solutions that will help control environmental risk factors for HAI.

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4 Equipment Delivery and Setup Keys For Your Healthcare Facility

By CME Corp Staff on Aug 9, 2021 9:15:00 AM

Healthcare facilities need the right equipment – delivered on time – to operate at peak efficiency and effectiveness.

Throughout the process, facilities need to be able to function seamlessly, without disrupting employees’ duties or patient care. This can become even more difficult if your facility is having multiple large pieces of equipment from many different manufacturers received and delivered to a new or remodeled location.

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Healthcare Dilemma: How to Effectively Disinfect Small Handheld Devices

By CME Corp Staff on Jul 29, 2021 11:54:49 AM

Everyone has heard how dirty our cellphones are, right? They are seven times dirtier than a toilet seat and, on average, a person touches their phone 2,600 times a day. When working in a healthcare setting, this becomes particularly problematic since healthcare workers also touch other small devices such as keyboards, tablets, stethoscopes, and badges all day long.

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7 Supply Chain Management Best Practices

By CME Corp Staff on Jul 19, 2021 10:10:23 AM

With the multitude of tasks required in supply chain management, defining processes that are efficient and cost effective is important to ensure that you act in the best interests of both your own organization and that of your customers.  Since materials management and purchasing exist in all fields of business, best practices tend to be germane to all industries, but there are some that are more specific to given industries, including healthcare.  

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