How To

How to Plan for Campus Health Emergencies

Here are some of the lessons learned from the 2009 H1N1 pandemic scare that campus officials can apply to future planning and response processes.

Read: How to Protect Data Theft Hot Spots

How to Protect Data Theft Hot Spots

Read: 10 Tips to Selecting the Right Security Consultant

10 Tips to Selecting the Right Security Consultant

To find the right person or organization for your project, check references, create a good request for proposal and learn whether or not they will be contracting out some of the work.

Read: How to Write a Proper Problem Statement for Grants

How to Write a Proper Problem Statement for Grants

Be sure to properly communicate that your needs match those of the funder and provide enough details in your grant application.

Read: 7 Tips For Selecting Patient Electronic Tagging Technology

7 Tips For Selecting Patient Electronic Tagging Technology

Audit trails, reliability and integration with other security systems are just some of the features that should be considered when a hospital is shopping for a new infant and patient security system.

Read: How to Maintain Security When Electricity Fails

How to Maintain Security When Electricity Fails

With security systems now running on enterprise network backbones, power protection is becoming critical. Campuses should develop solid power backup and disaster preparedness plans.

Read: How to Create a Hospital Investigation Unit

How to Create a Hospital Investigation Unit

Risk assessments, officer training and sharing information with other agencies help make this hospital’s investigators effective.

How to Get What You Want from Consultants

Contracts must have clearly defined expectations to ensure success.

Read: Special Report: Responding to Active Shooters in Hospitals

Special Report: Responding to Active Shooters in Hospitals

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