Thursday, September 27, 2007

The Need for BMETs Is Up and So Is the Educational Requirements

Biomedical equipment technicians or BMETs represent a growing division of people who are technically trained whose main responsibility is the maintaining and repairing equipment that deals with medical imaging like a a CT scanner, ultrasound, x-ray MRI, and so on. The job outlook for BMETs seems to be changing as quickly as newimaging equipment} is being developed.

First and foremost, the demand for BMETs is growing. The increase is due to the expansion in new equipment used for medical imaging and technologies that need BMET expertise, and, by the necessity for income by institutions that own medical imaging equipment. As medical services like hospitals recognize that downtime on a piece of imaging equipment affects income generation, there is demand to ad View the rest of this article

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