Designed especially for use in clinical applications such as EMR, BCMA/CLMA, CPOE, PACS and radiology, is an extension of hospital information system (HIS) and is an ideal PDA.
Community Health Systems in Central Florida hospitals are affected by the breach
- By Matt Holden
- Aug 20, 2014
New incident management system to be implemented across 16 award-winning hospitals.
Hospitals operate 24/7. As a result, countless numbers of people enter and exit their facilities. In order to provide a safe environment for their patients and employees, they need to know who these people are and why they are there.
- By Greg Goyne
- Aug 06, 2014
Allows healthcare organizations to easily migrate from mechanical locks to electronic access control.
Fatal stabbing leaves elderly woman dead with another body discovered in a nearby home.
Solution should provide remote monitoring capabilities to control access within a facility and audit trail capabilities to demonstrate compliance with HIPAA requirements.
- By Steve Spatig
- May 20, 2014
Shocking results of a two-year security study of a healthcare network revealed via weak passwords, lack of authentication and embedded web servers.
- By Ginger Hill
- Apr 29, 2014
They are places of safety for newborns or elderly, and everyone in between. It’s why fire safety in healthcare facilities is so stringent and rigorously enforced.
- By Jane Embury
- Feb 06, 2014
AtHoc system deployment in joint command military medical center safeguards 12,000 personnel in main Bethesda, Md. location.
Megapixel technology key for protecting health systems’ extensive data networks.
Hospitals are centers of healing and wellness that serve as a destination for those who have suffered injury or violence, causing people to possibly take safety and security for granted.
- By Samuel Shanes
- Sep 01, 2013
Phased approach transitions more than 12 individual sites onto C•CURE 9000, victor VMS across hospital’s central network.
The Symmetry SR Controller, used as a retrofit solution, allows users to easily and cost-effectively upgrade their current end–of-life security system to Symmetry and keep their existing infrastructure intact.
The modern healthcare facility must contend with a difficult combination of increasing crime, tightening regulations, and economic challenges as administrators and their security teams strive to protect people, property and sensitive data.
- By Julian Lovelock
- Jun 05, 2013
As the largest healthcare provider in the Twin Cities’ East Metro area, HealthEast Care System is dedicated to offering its patients the highest quality medical services.
- By Joe Kirmser
- Jun 01, 2013
Four hospitals (St. Cloud, Long Prairie, Melrose and Sauk Centre), five long-term care facilities, nearly a dozen clinics and numerous specialty services operate under the growing CentraCare Health System umbrella in central Minnesota. In the past four years, Centra- Care’s growth has skyrocketed, and so, too, has the need to upgrade its security systems.
- By Fredrik Nilsson
- Apr 01, 2013
The urban campus of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston is representative of many modern metropolitan healthcare institutions today, with a main campus in a busy city center that takes advantage of every available square inch.
- By Shahar Ze’evi
- Nov 01, 2012
At the behavioral health hospitals, risk management and staff training programs play an important role in the overall vision of their parent corporation by creating a safe and effective environment for patients, employees, visitors and the general public.
- By Nicole Segura, Vance Kozik
- Jun 01, 2012
Today’s video surveillance camera manufacturers offer models specifically built for the healthcare setting.
- By Greg Peratt
- Jun 01, 2012