This piece was originally published in the August 2017 issue of electroindustry.
Congressman Peters (left) is welcomed by NEMA Vice President for Government Relations Kyle Pitsor, Chairman of the NEMA Board of Governors Michael Pessina, and NEMA President and CEO Kevin Cosgriff. Photo by Tracy Cullen
Representative Scott H. Peters (D-CA) discussed energy issues with the NEMA Board of Governors at its July meeting and was recognized by NEMA’s Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) for his support of consistent medical device servicing requirements and improving access to cutting edge diagnostic imaging innovation.. Congressman Peters, who represents California’s fifty-second Congressional District, chairs the Sustainable Energy & Environment Caucus Climate Task Force and is a member of the Congressional STEM Education Caucus.
At its July meeting, the MITA Board of Directors presented Congressman Peters with a 2017 Legislator Award of the Year for his support of. Congratulating him (pictured fourth from the right) were (from the left) Dennis Durmis of Bayer Healthcare, Tiffany Olson of Cardinal Health, Sheldon Schaffer of Hitachi Healthcare Americas, Eric Stahre of GE Healthcare, Neo Imai of Canon Healthcare Solutions, Board Chair Joe Robinson of Philips Healthcare, Michael Wendt of Siemens Healthineers, and Paul Biggins of Toshiba America Medical Systems. Photo by Peter Weems