President, Jeremy Dann CET CBET
Jeremy Dann has been with the Nova Scotia Association of Health Organizations since 1982. Until the spring of 2010 the managed the clinical engineering services provided to Health Care facilities in Western Nova Scotia. Currently his duties have shifted toward service development for NSAHO as a whole.
Most recently he has been a leader for projects that have included the adoption of the Canadian Standards of Practice, peer review, and the development and launch of several new clinical engineering services including a Clinical Engineering Safety Officer and an Electromechanical Service program. Also, he has been leading the development of a large scale replacement forecasting initiative which provides predictive analysis and reporting on the end of useful life of the medical technology the service currently supports.
He has been certified through the Society of Certified Technicians and Technologists of Nova Scotia since 1981 and achieved CBET certification in 1993. Jeremy was recognized as the Outstanding Canadian Biomedical Engineering Technologist of the year in 2004 by the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society (CMBES). He has completed the Health Services Management program through the Canadian Healthcare Association.
He currently serves on the CMBES Executive Board, as chairman of the CMBES Awards Committee, and provides support to the Canadian Biomedical Engineering Certification Board.