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Lafayette General Updates Security With Surgical Precision

Deborah O’Mara · September 24, 2014
This ever-expanding Louisiana-based hospital has relied on its integrator to keep its electronic security technology current, including a recent project with 100 cameras and 25 card readers.
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CS Staff · November 21, 2014
The latest hospital attack in China left six nurses and one administrator dead.

CS Staff · November 21, 2014
A Texas man is being charged with biting a hospital security guard and hitting his girlfriend, who was recovering after giving birth.

CS Staff · November 21, 2014
A Boston doctor was allegedly robbed of his laptop and cellphone, which had patient information on them.

CS Staff · November 19, 2014
The University of Nebraska Medical Center is seeking money from the United States government to cover the cost for Ebola patients' treatment.

Jason Knott · November 13, 2014
Weather alerts, environmental alerts and food service monitoring are just a few of the unconventional ways campuses are using their panic alarm technology.

CS Staff · November 12, 2014
California Nurses took part in a two-day strike to protest the handling of Ebola patients and the need for better equipment and training.

CS Staff · November 12, 2014
Juan P. Cortes' bail was set at $500 cash and he was ordered to wear a GPS monitor, abide by a curfew and stay away from children under the age of 16, according to a Boston Herald report.

Bryan Warren · November 12, 2014
Current concerns about Ebola should remind security and law enforcement departments to review and revise their precautions for controlling potentially infectious subjects and patients.

CS Staff · November 11, 2014
Illinois State Police said they didn’t do a criminal background check on Christopher Anderson, because he was the passenger and already in the ambulance with his daughter.

Jason Knott · November 11, 2014
Faster installation is one important benefit of wireless panic alarms, but there are several others.