AAMI Standards Monitor Online 31 July 2020
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Medical devices—Part 1: Application of usability engineering to medical devices—Amendment 1. Purchase here.
Published documents proposed for reaffirmation can be purchased from the AAMI Store.
Comments due August 10, 2020
AAMI 2700-2-1, Medical Devices and Medical Systems — Essential safety and performance requirements for equipment comprising the patient-centric integrated clinical environment (ICE): Part 2-1: Particular requirements or forensic Data logging (new American National Standard). This document provides general functional, performance, and interoperability requirements of ICE data logging systems including the recording and storage of data in support of forensic analysis of ICE systems. Data logs, data logging, and data loggers can play an important role in maintaining and improving the basic safety and essential performance of integrated clinical environments by enabling the forensic assessment of the ICE system and its components. Contact: email@example.com.
Comments due September 21, 2020
AAMI/IEC 62366-1:2015, Medical devices – Part 1: Application of usability engineering to medical devices (proposed reaffirmation of an American National Standard). This document specifies a process for a manufacturer to analyze, specify, develop and evaluate the usability of a medical device as it relates to safety. This usability engineering (human factors engineering) process permits the manufacturer to assess and mitigates risks associated with correct use and use errors, i.e., normal use. It can be used to identify but does not assess or mitigate risks associated with abnormal use. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
AAMI/CN, Small Bore Connectors Committee is working on the revision of AAMI/ISO 80369-7, Small-bore connectors for liquids and gases in healthcare applications — Part 7: Connectors for intravascular or hypodermic applications. Contact: email@example.com Colleen Elliott
AAMI EQ, Medical Equipment Management Committee. The committee is working on the development of AAMI EQ110/Ed.1, Guidance for health care technology management education programs. This standard seeks to provide a recommended framework for new or established education programs in health care technology management (HTM). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Patrick Bernat.
The committees listed below are seeking new members in the indicated stakeholder interest category to participate in the development of their documents. Definitions of the various stakeholder groups are:
An individual or organizational representative, who purchases, utilizes or receives the materials, products, systems, or services covered in the scope of technical documents developed by AAMI in the delivery of healthcare; individuals in this interest category include clinicians, employees or representatives of Healthcare Delivery Organizations, clinical consultants, patients, etc
An individual or organizational representative involved in the commercial production, promotion, sale, use or distribution of materials, products, systems, or services covered in the scope of technical documents developed by AAMI; this interest category includes manufacturers, those involved in supply chains, employees of test labs or commercial labs, industry consultants, etc.
An individual or organizational representative involved in the regulation of the materials, products, systems, or services covered in the scope of the technical documents developed by AAMI; this interest category includes those representing federal, state, local, foreign, or other government entities
An individual or organizational representative with a general material interest in the materials, products, systems, or services covered in the scope of the technical documents developed by AAMI and who does not fit into any of the preceding categories; this interest category can include noncommercial academicians, noncommercial researchers, patient or consumer advocates, representatives of accrediting organizations, representatives of other organizations, etc.
Please contact the staff person indicated for more information on how to join.
AAMI Committees and U.S. TAGs
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Information on draft international standards under ballot can be found in ANSI Standards Action.International Committee and Working Group Meetings
Call or email the indicated staff person at AAMI for more information about upcoming international standards meetings.August 2020