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Expertise

Profile

Ismael Cordero is a  Biomedical/Clinical Engineering professional with over 25 years of international experience planning, managing, maintaining, improving, and developing healthcare technology.  

Skills

Planning and managing medical equipment during its entire life cycle

Evaluating, recommending, and procuring medical equipment for medical facility upgrade projects

Designing and implementing training programs on the use, maintenance, and management of medical equipment

Developing written and audiovisual training and instructional materials on the use and maintenance of medical devices

Developing systems, policies, procedures, manuals, and guidelines for managing healthcare technology

Performing assessments and evaluations of a healthcare institution’s technology and their ability to support it

Troubleshooting and solving healthcare technology related malfunctions

Maintaining, calibrating and repairing sophisticated medical devices including life support equipment such as anesthesia machines and intensive care ventilators

Building prototypes for new medical device components and performing bench and field testing of new medical devices

Providing expert guidance to international healthcare organizations such as the World Health Organization, ORBIS International, and The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness

Professional Activities

Past President Elect of the Board of the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE).Past member of ACCE International Committee.

Co-Editor of ACCE newsletter (2008-2011, July 2019 to Present)

Member of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI)

Past Member of the Board of the Clinical Engineering Division of the International  Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)

Past Member of Technical Advisory Group on Health Technologies (TAGHT) for the World Health Organization (WHO)

Awards

2008 ACCE Professional Achievement in Management /Managerial Excellence Award

2014 AAMI Foundation and ACCE's Robert L. Morris Humanitatian Award.