Focus: Security

Maintaining security systems during a merger

April 21, 2017

Because of the disorder that accompanies a merger or acquisition, healthcare facilities can be more vulnerable to security risks, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

Simple steps can be taken to ensure a smooth transition when combining separate security systems.

For instance, every system being acquired and integrated into another enterprise platform should be documented and updated before being merged.

Also, it's a good idea to confirm and test all powered devices and affected components.

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