AAMI Exchange

Cleveland, OH | Booth 834

June 7-9, 2019


Visit the ECRI Institute booth at the AAMI Exchange 2019 to learn how to identify potentially harmful products earlier, up to 83% faster, and ensure removal at inventory locations with the new Alerts Tracker® iOS app. Speak with our independent, unbiased experts who test, evaluate, and rate devices in our onsite laboratory.

For more information, or if you would like to set up an on-site demo with one of our specialists, please contact us at communications@ecri.org.

Agenda & Speakers

During a session titled Balancing Requirements for Infection Control and Reduction of Equipment Damage at the AAMI Exchange, ECRI Institute’s Erin Sparnon and experts from the University of Vermont will provide guidance on engaging the stakeholders involved in infection control. In this panel session, infection control research and guidelines for disinfectants will be presented, and experts will share innovative approaches to reducing infection-related damages to limit the risk of spreading pathogens.

Erin Sparnon, MEng
Engineering Manager, Health Devices
Erin Sparnon leads a team of engineers in the testing and evaluation of medical devices as well as accident and forensic investigations involving device failures. She provides consulting services for hospitals and health systems and coordinates with ECRI's risk management, consulting, and patient safety departments to help shape electronic health records (EHR) and health information technology (HIT) initiatives.

Tobey Clark
Director, World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Health Technology Management and Engineering Supervisor, Instrumentation & Technical Services, University of Vermont

Leah Francoeur, CCE
Clinical Engineer
Technical Services Partnership, University of Vermont

Paige Hamilton
Biomedical Engineering Intern
Technical Services Partnership, University of Vermont


Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland
500 Lakeside Avenue East
Cleveland, OH 44114


The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Exchange will bring together biomedical and clinical engineers, technicians, cybersecurity and sterilization experts, and hospital administrators and managers and the industry's leading service and solution providers to focus on the big issues facing the healthcare technology management field.


Visit the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation website for more information and to register for the AAMI Exchange.