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Read: Metrasens Ultra™ Detection System Now Offered to Healthcare Facilities

Metrasens Ultra™ Detection System Now Offered to Healthcare Facilities

Xact ID™ detection technology is said to boost detection capabilities as an enabler for safer healthcare environments.

Read: Feds: MU Hospital Security Officers Would Provoke, Pepper Spray Patients

Feds: MU Hospital Security Officers Would Provoke, Pepper Spray Patients

Nurses and emergency department personnel said security officers’ actions are often inappropriate and lead to escalation.

Read: How to Use Mass Notification for Active Shooter Prevention, Detection and Response

How to Use Mass Notification for Active Shooter Prevention, Detection and Response

Mass notification systems aid campuses in developing response plans for all emergencies, including active shooters.

Read: 10 Most Common Hospital Emergency Codes and Their Meanings

10 Most Common Hospital Emergency Codes and Their Meanings

Since this article was originally published, six more states now recommend color code standardization for hospital emergencies.

Read: Johnson Controls Debuts OpenBlue Indoor Air Quality as a Service

Johnson Controls Debuts OpenBlue Indoor Air Quality as a Service

A survey of Johnson Control customers found 60% are actively investing in indoor air quality-related measures.

Read: Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Hospitals Have ‘Critical Staffing Shortages’

Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Hospitals Have ‘Critical Staffing Shortages’

The shortage is due to the massive surge of COVID-19 Omicron cases as well as patients seeking medical care for other non-COVID-related reasons.

Read: Data of More Than 1.3 Million Patients Exposed in Broward Health Breach

Data of More Than 1.3 Million Patients Exposed in Broward Health Breach

In the breach, patient names, Social Security numbers, medical information and other valuable information was exposed.

Read: A Veteran Nurse’s Valiant Quest to Stop Hospital Workplace Violence

A Veteran Nurse’s Valiant Quest to Stop Hospital Workplace Violence

While there isn’t one solution to mitigating hospital workplace violence, a change in the culture surrounding reporting incidents is a good place to start.

Read: Survey: Only 44% of Patients Trust Healthcare Providers to Safeguard PII

Survey: Only 44% of Patients Trust Healthcare Providers to Safeguard PII

Transparency in how patient information is stored is one way healthcare providers can maintain patient trust, the new report says.

Read: Family Sues Butler Memorial Hospital After 1-Year-Old Son Punched in Face

Family Sues Butler Memorial Hospital After 1-Year-Old Son Punched in Face

The man who punched him was involuntarily admitted to the hospital as a psychiatric patient and had received treatment there before.

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