The Healthcare Technology Foundation was founded on the principle that achieving improvement in the safe use of healthcare technology requires diverse stakeholders to come together in order to utilize their collective knowledge on the design, use, integration and servicing of healthcare technology, systems and devices.

The mission of HTF is to:

"Improve healthcare delivery outcomes by promoting the development, application and support of safe and effective healthcare technologies."

The Foundation supports:

  • The promotion of excellence in clinical engineering leadership through research, education and certification
  • Funding of related research and programs,
  • Effective collaborations between medical device producers, regulators, users and clinical engineers,
  • The creation of safety-related education material that is useful to members of the public

Certification Program Transfers to ACCE
The Healthcare Technology Foundation (HTF) and the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) are pleased to announce the formation of a new governance structure for the Certification in Clinical Engineering Program. The new structure will preserve the high quality and integrity of the Certification Program and create exciting new opportunities for development and growth. Visit the CE Certification Program page at ACCENET.org.
HTF News

HTF is Proud to Support the AAMI Publication on Cybersecurity in Healthcare

We feel this is an important endeavor and hope this recent release will encourage more people to register for the AAMI/HTF Training Program on Managing Risks of Integrated Systems and Networks in Healthcare Environments to be held at the AAMI Annual Conference and Expo
5/9/2014

HTF Board Members Heavily Involved With AAMI Session: HTF/HTSI Alarm Management Roundtable

Thomas Bauld, Tobey Clark, Paul Coss, Marge Funk, Izabella Gieras, Jim Keller and Jennifer Ott will all be assisting along with Marilyn Flack from AAMI. It should prove to be an exciting session with great dialogue!
5/9/2014

HTF is Published in American Journal of Critical Care Thanks to Board Member Marge Funk!

See article Attitudes and Practices Related to Clinical Alarms from the May 2014 issue
5/9/2014

HTF Board Member Yadin David Participates in Medical Design Excellence Awards

See the cover page here
5/9/2014 4/19/2014

HTF Board Member James Wear, PhD Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award by the American College of Clinical Engineering

2/28/2014
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Executive Leadership includes Tobey Clark, President, Paul Coss, Vice President, Jennifer Ott, Secretary, Henry Montenegro, Treasurer, William Hyman ScD, Immediate Past President, and Yadin David, EdD, President Emeritus.
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