AAMI Exchange 2019

AAMI Exchange 2019

Cleveland, OH
Cleveland, OH

When: June 7-10, 2019
Where: Huntington Convention Center - Cleveland, OH
Booth: 1239
Website: http://www.aami.org/aamiexchange/

Accruent-led sessions: 

Title: Big Data Insights on Capital Equipment from 500 Million Work Orders 

Session Description: Wisely allocating available capital dollars to improve patient outcomes is everyone’s responsibility. With connected devices and modern maintenance tracking software, the amount of data related to valuable asset data is increasing rapidly. Healthcare is at an inflection point with big data and the development of analysis and intelligence software to clean and rapidly analyze those data. This session will help professionals with purchasing power make better decisions on capital equipment. Tools available to HTM professionals will be examined, helping attendees to choose the best equipment and maintenance programs and to make critical replace-or-repair decisions with confidence.

Session Type: Case Study: 60-minutes
Date: Saturday, June 8 Time: 8:00 am-9:00 am
Location: Huntington Convention Center (room # TBD)

Presenter(s): (each speaker will receive an email)
• Michael Garel, Accruent


Title: Use Data to Optimize Technician Performance and Create Greater Efficiency

Session Description: This session will outline specific data to collect and analyze to achieve structure improvements that will increase annual device hours per technician, increase technician engagement, and decrease labor spend. The presenters will demonstrate how to build a business case for facility leadership, with consideration of financial and human resource implications. Real-life examples will be provided.

Session Type: Case Study: 60-minutes
Date: Sunday, June 9 Time: 4:15 pm-5:15 pm
Location: Huntington Convention Center (room # TBD)

Presenter(s): (each speaker will receive an email)
• Alan Gresch, Accruent
• Richard Netwal, Advocate Aurora Health


Title: Automating Medical Device Cybersecurity Risk Assessments and Remediations

Session Description: A medical device cybersecurity breach becomes more costly the longer it takes to identify and remediate. Automating the collection of medical device network information and MDS2 (Manufacturer Disclosure Statement for Medical Device Security) data eases the burden on HTM staff and continually maintains and validates inventory of all connected devices. Proactive identification, automated isolation, and alerts of breaches minimizes risk and associated costs. Device utilization information improves preventive maintenance scheduling, equipment capital planning, procurement, and inventory levels. Real-world examples and results from one healthcare system will be provided.

Session Type: Case Study: 60-minutes
Date: Monday, June 10 Time: 8:00 am-9:00 am
Location: Huntington Convention Center (room # TBD)

Presenter(s): (each speaker will receive an email)
• Tommy Lee, Accruent, LLC
• Alan Gresch, Accruent, LLC