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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 · October 29, 2014
Erin Pena was breastfeeding her son at the University Medical Center in Lubbock when she was removed by security.

CS Staff · October 29, 2014
Kaci Hickok, a nurse from Maine, was quarantined in New Jersey after returning from West Africa where she was treating Ebola patients.

CS Staff · October 27, 2014
The California Nurses Association wants the state to do more to protect them from Ebola, but the state says they are on top of the situation.

CS Staff · October 24, 2014
A non-violent offender got out of a Louisiana hospital before being recaptured by the local sheriff's office and the U.S. Marshall's Task Force.

CS Staff · October 24, 2014
A woman pharmacy employee at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston was apparently shot by a male co-worker Wednesday.

Mohsen Hekmatyar · October 23, 2014
Make the most out of your radio frequency (RF), active, or passive tagging systems to track people and assets on your campus with these five tips.

Robin Hattersley Gray · October 23, 2014
Study also finds that since Sandy Hook, a significant number of schools, universities and hospitals have purchased or are considering the purchase of new technologies to manage access to their facilities.

October 23, 2014
Policies, Staffing and Lack of Buy-In Pose Biggest Problems. Study also finds that since Sandy Hook, a significant number of schools, universities and hospitals have purchased or are considering the purchase of new technologies to manage access to their campuses.

CS Staff · October 22, 2014
Horace Demarco Collins faces sentencing on the charges on Nov. 24.

Chrissy Winske · October 15, 2014
Barnes-Jewish Hospital officials came up with an idea for a "safe corridor" to protect employees after three hospital workers were physically assaulted within days of one another.