Such readers may include but are not limited to health administrators, technology planners, biomedical engineers and technologists, and supervisors and managers of technology-intensive departments.q--BOOK JACKET.4 THE FACILITY-LEVEL TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION PROCESS Generally speaking, the acquisition of technology in a health care facility can ... as well as other nonfunctional needs related to the technology such as in-service education, repair, and preventive maintenance. ... A flowchart showing the tasks and information flow in a comprehensive technology acquisition process is shown in Figure 7a3.
|Title||:||Medical Technology Management Practice|
|Author||:||Anthony Y. K. Chan|
|Publisher||:||Charles C Thomas Publisher - 2003|