Hospital Security

Read: Jackson Health System Pays $2.15 Million in HIPAA Fines

Jackson Health System Pays $2.15 Million in HIPAA Fines

An investigation revealed three separate HIPAA violations, including an employee accessing and selling more than 24,000 patients’ records.

Read: Memorial Healthcare Public Safety Officer Saves Man’s Life

Memorial Healthcare Public Safety Officer Saves Man’s Life

The officer performed CPR on a man who was slumped over his steering wheel after suffering a heart attack.

Read: How Man’s Best Friend Could One Day Trigger Alarms and Emergency Alerts

How Man’s Best Friend Could One Day Trigger Alarms and Emergency Alerts

Georgia Institute of Technology is training dogs to communicate using wearable devices that can activate personal response systems (PERS) and other alarms.

Read: LA/OC IAHSS Recognizes Hospital Security Officers for Saving Lives, Outstanding Performances

LA/OC IAHSS Recognizes Hospital Security Officers for Saving Lives, Outstanding Performances

In all, 25 hospital security officers were honored at a luncheon that was held in Los Angeles on Oct. 16.

Read: Security Professionals Survey: Tailgating Remains a Critical Threat

Security Professionals Survey: Tailgating Remains a Critical Threat

Of the more than 185 respondents, 69% believe tailgating security breaches are either holding at the same levels or are increasing.

Read: Is Your Campus Doing These 3 Things to Improve Fire Safety?

Is Your Campus Doing These 3 Things to Improve Fire Safety?

October is National Fire Prevention Month. Here are three things facilities managers can do to advance fire safety and prevention.

Read: Patient Burned in Michigan Hospital Emergency Center Fire

Patient Burned in Michigan Hospital Emergency Center Fire

Fire investigators say the incident is suspicious.

Read: Hospital Patient Steals Police Cruiser, Collides with 3 Other Vehicles

Hospital Patient Steals Police Cruiser, Collides with 3 Other Vehicles

The suspect has been charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm and fleeing police

Read: Combatting Healthcare Workplace Violence with People and Weapons Screening

Combatting Healthcare Workplace Violence with People and Weapons Screening

Here’s how one New Jersey hospital emergency department uses metal detection, an amnesty box, signage and policies to keep patients, staff and visitors safe.

Read: Opinion: 5 Reasons Why Campus Security Departments Should Hire Veterans

Opinion: 5 Reasons Why Campus Security Departments Should Hire Veterans

Veterans already have skills that can be transferred to school, university and hospital security and public safety agencies.

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