HTMA-OH Board of Directors
Glenn Schneider is the Director of Clinical Engineering at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC). He served four years in the US Navy before earning his A.S. in Biomedical Technology from Cincinnati Technical College. Glenn has worked as a biomedical and imaging technician for hospitals, and as a field service engineer for an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Independent Service Organization (ISO). He received imaging training from RSTI and DITEC while working in-house at Mt. Carmel Medical Center in Columbus, OH. Glenn returned to Cincinnati and passed his CRES certification while covering SW OH and N KY for E.G. Baldwin & Associates in the mid 1990’s. Throughout his career working in various imaging related positions, he trained on several modalities, including Radiation Therapy and MRI. In 2003, he accepted a position as Regional Director of Clinical Engineering for Mercy Health Partners and returned to school to earn his B.B.A. from Thomas More College. After a year as an independent contractor and another with Covidien supporting Urology suites and contrast media injectors, in 2010 he was hired as the manager of the Clinical Engineering department at CCHMC. Most recently, Glenn earned a Master of Health Service Administration at Xavier University and was promoted to the position of Director of the CE department. Glenn is a member of the AAMI Credentials Institute (ACI) CRES exam review committee and is committed to the mission of improving healthcare for children. He currently resides in Cincinnati with his wife Kelly, enjoys home improvement projects, and spending time with family.
Anthony McCabe is an Associate Director of Clinical Engineering for The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center overseeing the Biomedical and Radiation Therapy disciplines of his department. With a combined experience of 17 years in equipment maintenance, quality, safety he has spent the last 10 years at OSUWMC getting involved with multiple opportunities in the HTM community to give back to it and help improve or standardize where he is able.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering Technology from DeVry University, MBA with concentration in Project Management from Keller Graduate School of Management, Master of Business Operational Excellence in Health Care from The Ohio State University, certified Lean-Six Sigma Black Belt and Laser Safety Officer, and is a Buckeye Wellness innovator for the University helping promote personal wellness into whomever he meets.
Trisa Workman, born and raised in Texas, began her healthcare technology management career in the US Army in 1987. She transitioned from the Army to outpatient dialysis repair and then onto 3rd party field service. Trisa has actively contributed to the HTM Team at OhioHealth in Central Ohio as a biomed since 2001. An alumni of Ohio University, Trisa is also co-owner of Midwest Clinical Equipment Services, servicing therapeutic clinical equipment at educational institutions and independent medical facilities. She is enthusiastic and optimistic about the reboot of the HTMA-OH. “I want to promote the industry and give a voice to the at-the-bedside biomed technician”.
Doug Kirsop – Vice President