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New Standard Addresses Medical Equipment Servicing

New Standard Addresses Medical Equipment Servicing

This piece was originally published in the May/June 2019 issue of electroindustry. Peter Weems, Senior Director of Policy & Strategy, MITA In March, MITA published NEMA/MITA 2 Requirements for Servicing of Medical Imaging Equipment, a Standard that describes and defines the minimum quality management system (QMS) requirements for the servicing of medical imaging devices to ensure return to a safe and effective condition for its intended use. Until now, there have not been any QMS Standards Read more […]

Refurbished Medical Imaging Equipment: Sustainable, Safe, and Effective

Refurbished Medical Imaging Equipment: Sustainable, Safe, and Effective

This piece was originally published in the March 2016 issue of ei, the magazine of the electroindustry. By Andrew Northup, Director, Global Affairs, MITA The Medical Imaging Technology Association (MITA) promotion of good refurbishment practices for medical imaging equipment stresses the benefits for patients and healthcare providers. This is for good reason: a large, regional hospital focused on neurology or cancer treatment may opt to purchase the latest magnetic resonance imaging Read more […]