We make many assumptions about our healthcare. We assume our doctors and nurses are well trained and know what they are doing. We assume that the ER is open when we need it and the facility where we receive care is clean as well as safe and secure. While legitimate expectations, they are not always the case.
To be fulfilled, these standards require intention and diligent implementation. Security today is especially critical as the face of our society is shifting in a more volatile direction. Patient privacy and security is at risk if entry protocols aren’t tight or if a facility isn’t maintained properly.
When it comes to healthcare security, having an effective program requires planning, training and consistent implementation. Our latest whitepaper, 3 Key Components of an Effective Healthcare Security Program, walks through the most critical aspects of healthcare security and introduces some ways to ensure your program delivers.
Learn how to make your healthcare security program as effective as possible: