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Getinge Expands Servo Ventilator Platform

Getinge announced clearance from the U.S. FDA of several new software options for the Servo-u and Servo-n ventilators.

Canon Medical Receives FDA Clearance on One-Beat Spectral Cardiac CT

Meeting the growing cardiovascular needs of health care providers, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. announced that its Deep Learning Spectral CT has received 510(k) clearance for expanded capabilities into cardiovascular applications.

Vote Shows Medical Right to Repair Surge

Across the country, hospitals and health care providers are joining a chorus of biomedical repair technicians (biomeds) demanding the right to repair medical equipment.

Philips Installs Digital Imaging Solutions at Westmead Hospital in Australia

Royal Philips has announced the successful installation of its most advanced digital diagnostic and interventional neurovascular imaging solutions in the brand new Central Acute Services Building at Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Australia.

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Conflict Resolution 101: Minimizing Fears

Conflict Resolution 101: Minimizing Fears

We need to recognize that fears are powerful motivators, for good or for bad. They can help us survive, but they can also prevent us from doing things or receiving things that are good for us.

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Why Passion-Driven Teams Are So Rare

Why Passion-Driven Teams Are So Rare

How’s your team doing? Is it focused and flowing, or does each day feel like a slog? My observations are that most teams today are nowhere near as effective as they could be.

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Why Passion-Driven Teams Are So Rare

Three Benefits of Being a Lifelong Learner

By Daniel Bobinski When it comes to what drives adults to learn, people tend to lean one of two ways. At one end of the spectrum are those who love to learn anything about everything. They sponge up as much information as they can on just...

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The Three Parts You Need to Build a Magic Wand

The Three Parts You Need to Build a Magic Wand

Imagine sitting in a brainstorming meeting coming up with ways to make your workplace better. After some healthy debates, your team decides on some changes that will create a better way of doing things. Unfortunately, when you try to roll...

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The Pros and Cons of E-Learning

The Pros and Cons of E-Learning

By Daniel Bobinski Do you know anyone at your work who avoids all technology? Impossible, isn’t it? Technology allows us to do phenomenal things today. For example, just about everyone uses a smartphone, which means we now carry more...

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Do This One Day Each Month

Do This One Day Each Month

If you’re in a senior management or leadership role, there’s one thing you can do that sets all kinds of positive wheels in motion. But there’s a problem. Most people in leadership roles don’t want to do it. What is this powerful but oft-avoided task? Spend a day each month or so working in the front lines of your organization.

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How to Be a Pro on Your Job

How to Be a Pro on Your Job

An excellent workplace usually employs people who are professional, proactive, productive, proficient and profitable. I happen to believe that if people want to be considered pros in their workplace, they should strive to be all these things.

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