When life-threatening situations arise in a healthcare facility, there are several consequences. Injury, lawsuits, property damage, high staff turnover rates, and low staff morale are just a few. It is impossible to eliminate violence in healthcare settings; however, there are ways to reduce the potential for violent occurrences and minimize the impact of any violent situation that may arise. How? By empowering staff to call for help from anywhere in the facility, so you know the precise location of staff in duress, quickly locate them and provide the needed assistance.
Join Diane Hosson, Senior Director Healthcare Security at STANLEY Healthcare, and Rebecca Young, Nursing Supervisor in the Emergency Department at The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ, for an engaging webinar session that will dive deeper into how customers are benefiting from hospital-wide, RTLS-based staff protection. Ideal for COOs, CNOs, hospital safety and security managers, nurse managers of EDs, Inpatient Psychiatric, Mental Health and Behavior Health departments and IT involved with enterprise security systems, this 60-minute session will cover:
- Growing healthcare security risks and rising penalties from federal, state and union groups
- What you can put into place today that is going to make a difference immediately
- Stories from other customers who have deployed hospital-wide staff protection and the impact it's had on staff morale.
About Rebecca Young
Rebecca is a Nursing Supervisor in the Emergency Department at The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ and has been an Emergency Department nurse for 8 years. She has a Master's degree in Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a Bachelor's degree in Nursing from Ramapo College of New Jersey, and is currently pursuing her Doctorate degree in Nursing from Rutgers University.
About Diane Hosson
Diane Hosson starting working in healthcare security in 2000, notably with the Hugs Infant Protection system. Prior to STANLEY Healthcare, Diane was with Honeywell where she held various positions in product marketing. In her current role, Diane leads an impressive team of experts responsible for security solutions including Infant Protection, Patient Elopement, Staff Protection, Wander Management, Wireless Emergency Call, and Facility Security.