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How the University of Georgia Embraces ‘Stop the Bleed’

Steve Harris and Dan Silk · December 07, 2016
UGA and its local public safety agencies are taking part in this national campaign, which encourages greater awareness of straightforward first aid strategies.
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CS Staff · February 24, 2017
Check out some of this Fremont Health emergency manager’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

CS Staff · February 23, 2017
The employee reportedly told police he stole the equipment because it was easy.

CS Staff · February 23, 2017
The man was on the run for more than a month before being caught by police Tuesday.

Zach Winn · February 21, 2017
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act requires all federally covered healthcare entities and associates to follow strict guidelines on the release of protected health information to law enforcement personnel and agencies. In some cases, a subpoena is required while other permissions are based on a patient's actions or statements. In the end, it is up to hospital officials and their business associates to craft patient health data policies that comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule to avoid fines from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights.

CS Staff · February 21, 2017
Drugs losses at federal hospitals rose tenfold between 2009 and 2015.

CS Staff · February 20, 2017
The thieves stole medical equipment that allows doctors to examine the inside of a person's stomach.

CS Staff · February 20, 2017
Check out some of this Memorial Healthcare director of public safety’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

CS Staff · February 17, 2017
Check out some of this CoxHealth system director of public safety’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Brad Konkle · February 13, 2017
This relatively new access control technology can improve the security and efficiency of your school if it's used correctly.

Zach Winn · February 10, 2017
The heroes program honors the people who help make our campuses safer.