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Hospital Security

Hospital Security News

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Mark Reed

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Mark Reed

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Research

Read: HHS Releases Healthcare Cybersecurity Best Practices

HHS Releases Healthcare Cybersecurity Best Practices

The voluntary guidance includes five current threats facing the healthcare industry and ten best practices for mitigating these threats.

Resources

Read: Healthcare Facility Security Planning for Patient Surge Events

Healthcare Facility Security Planning for Patient Surge Events

This presentation will detail security sensitive areas common to most healthcare facilities and the challenges faced when a public health emergency occurs resulting in a sudden influx of people requiring emergency treatment, also known as a patient surge event.

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Read: The ‘Roadshow’ Approach to Developing Campus Stakeholder Buy-in

The ‘Roadshow’ Approach to Developing Campus Stakeholder Buy-in

Here’s how one security manager fosters stakeholder support for her department and programs.

Read: 48 Mount Carmel Nurses Reported to Board After 29 Patient Deaths

48 Mount Carmel Nurses Reported to Board After 29 Patient Deaths

The Ohio Attorney General’s office says the nurses did not question a doctor’s excessive dosages of fentanyl, which likely caused the patients’ deaths.

Read: Campus Security Begins at the Perimeter

Campus Security Begins at the Perimeter

These perimeter security technologies can help to detect crime, undesirable behavior and delay or deter it from your school, college or hospital campus.

Read: Orlando Hospital Locks Down After Mother Stabs 11-Year-Old Daughter

Orlando Hospital Locks Down After Mother Stabs 11-Year-Old Daughter

The woman stabbed her daughter to death in the passenger seat of the car before bringing her to Winnie Palmer Hospital in Orlando.

Read: Why the Patient Experience Begins With Parking

Why the Patient Experience Begins With Parking

Creating an environment of care from patients’ very first moments on a medical campus can diffuse negative feelings, build rapport and loyalty, and provide a positive framework for the rest of the patient journey.

Read: Northwestern Memorial Fires 60 Employees for Accessing Celebrity’s Records

Northwestern Memorial Fires 60 Employees for Accessing Celebrity’s Records

The former employees say they were fired for inappropriately accessing ‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett’s medical records, which many are denying.

Read: Rush Hospital Data Breach Exposes 45,000 Patients’ Personal Information

Rush Hospital Data Breach Exposes 45,000 Patients’ Personal Information

A data breach back in January exposed the personal information, including Social Security numbers, of thousands of patients at this Chicago hospital.

Read: Patient Shoots ER Doctor at West Palm Beach VA Medical Center

Patient Shoots ER Doctor at West Palm Beach VA Medical Center

The ER doctor says he saw a man in a wheelchair with a gun at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center and knew he had to act.

Read: Is Your Campus Prepared for Extreme Weather?

Is Your Campus Prepared for Extreme Weather?

Good building design, emergency notification systems and proper policies will help you mitigate your campus’ inclement and extreme weather risks.

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