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How to Create a Successful Patient Watch Program

Ken Bukowski · April 22, 2016
Appropriate staffing, training, collaboration and contract language are just some of the steps that will ensure the safety of patients, clinicians and security officers.
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CS Staff · June 29, 2016
According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, an overwhelming majority of universities, hospitals and schools have adopted video surveillance systems, with most planning on acquiring more in the next three years.

CS Staff · June 29, 2016
If your institution has a lab, be sure to take appropriate precautions.

CS Staff · June 24, 2016
The new penalty for assaulting a healthcare professional is similar to the penalty for assaulting a police officer.

CS Staff · June 22, 2016
The new versions incorporate the latest research and trends in the healthcare security field.

Eric Schaeffer · June 22, 2016
The right policies, building design and electronic security solutions can overcome many of the weaknesses associated with paper logs and low-tech visitor name tags.

Zach Winn · June 21, 2016
Here's six ways to bolster your campus' security measures at little to no cost.

CS Staff · June 20, 2016
Working with UL, the VA’s Office of Information and Technology will refine existing and emerging standards and practices related to network connectable medical devices, medical device data systems and related health information technology.

CS Staff · June 16, 2016
The death is being investigated by the FBI and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Lt. John Weinstein · June 16, 2016
Here’s steps three through five of a five-step process that will help you identify your campus public safety department’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as actions you can take to resolve challenges.

Lt. John Weinstein · June 13, 2016
Here’s the first two steps of a five-step process that will help you identify your campus public safety department’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as actions you can take to resolve challenges.