Should Body-Worn Cameras Be Deployed at Hospitals?
Ed Howard of Adventist Health/JLL discusses the policy and procedural challenges associated with these video surveillance devices.
It seems like practically every U.S. police department is buying or considering the adoption of body-worn cameras, but are they appropriate for hospitals? If so, how should they be deployed?
HIPAA compliance is just one of several challenges associated with this type of technology. Training and policies are some others.
In this video, Ed Howard, who is the corporate director of heatlhcare security for Adventist Health/JLL, tells Campus Safety magazine how he believes heatlhcare facilities should address this issue.
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