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CoxHealth hospitals’ security guards have started to wear body cams to help monitor workplace violence.
By not regularly updating software systems, healthcare facilities could be putting their patients at risk.
Systems are critical in providing safe and comfortable environment for patients and staff throughout facility.
If hygiene procedures are to be effective, a determination needs to be made regarding product efficacy and whether the results are worthwhile.
Facility managers are now up to the impossible task of deciding when aging infrastructure needs to be updated, but how does technology play a role?
OSHA is developing a standard to protect healthcare and healthcare support service workers from workplace exposure to the COVID-19 virus.
There has been an uptick of cyberattacks against hospitals and other healthcare facilities, putting patients at risk.
Whistleblower sues over alleged firing regarding complaint about medical practice's failure to protect employees from COVID-19.
Housekeeping managers need to understand the difference between hotel clean and hospital clean.
Manufacturers discuss the impacts and challenges of new technology on facilities
Aspirus Wausau Hospital earned recognition in the foundation’s third year of the program.
Studies have shown that cleaning hospital rooms only once per day is not enough because surfaces can get contaminated more quickly
VA system serves about 9 million veterans nationwide through 171 medical facilities and more than 1,000 outpatient care locations.
Joint Commission revised its workplace violence standards effective Jan. 1, 2022.
Healthcare facilities must practice continuous emergency preparedness in the face of these more intense natural disasters, but is it practical to always be prepared for every emergency?
The ongoing labor shortage has contributed to wards shutting down at several hospitals, but what happens when an entire facility closes?
Technology manufacturers discuss what trends to look out for in the coming years.
Threats from hurricanes, wildfires and tornadoes require increased attention to healthcare facility resilience.
OSHA will increase highly focused inspections at healthcare facilities that treat or handle COVID-19 patients.
The guide aims to help identify risks associated with remote patient monitoring architecture.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources will invest in $250 million to reduce dependency on foreign markets.
New technology aims to improve the quality of patient care, but many patients are wary to try new products without seeing previous results.
No patients or staff members were harmed, and affected areas were cleaned and disinfected.
As hospitals and other healthcare facilities invest in new technologies, it is essential that managers stay on top of cybersecurity.
Facility managers must ensure buildings and organizations are ready to handle crises while supporting a high level of care.
Reports of violence and harassment have increased in hospitals and other healthcare facilities, but organizations are still looking for the best way to protect staff members and patients.
Conducting an elevator audit can help ensure healthcare facility managers that their elevators are operating at peak performance.
As COVID-19 numbers trend downward, the CDC loosens requirements for masks.
President Joe Biden has announced plans to improve the quality of the nation’s nursing homes.
The legislation makes it a felony to threaten a healthcare worker or their family.
With more software and technology being implemented into healthcare facilities, many wonder how the industry will change.
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