Webinar: Safety and Security for Business Traveler, Lone and Remote Workers: 10 Steps for Mitigating Risk

Speaker: Steven Crimando, BCETS, CHS-V, Behavioral Science Applications According to a recent Everbridge survey, 81 percent of companies reported that their employees expected their organization to help protect them while they are mobile, traveling or working remotely. Clearly this is a topical concern for global organizations in today’s increasingly unpredictable risk environment. So, how can organizations ensure […]


White Paper: New Thinking in Healthcare Violence Prevention

According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in June 2016, “Health care workplace violence is an underreported, ubiquitous, and persistent problem that has been tolerated and largely ignored.” The highest number of assaults in U.S. workplaces each year is directed at health care workers. We invited Steven M. Crimando, BCETS, […]


White Paper: Post-Shooting Consequence Management for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations

According to the American Hospital Association, 95% of hospitals have active shooter policies in place. It is critically important to prepare for the entire life cycle of a shooting attack, including anticipating and planning for the post-shooting challenges. To ensure your policies are robust enough to sustain a critical event, we invited Steven Crimando, MA, […]


Webinar On-Demand: Reduce Costs & Improve Outcomes with Care Team Communications

Dr. Trisha Swift, DNP, RN, CPPS just spoke about improving care team communications particularly during transitions of care.  Now, in this companion webinar, she talks about how better communication flow improves patient outcomes as well as reduces costs around patient care.  Trisha discussed:  The cost impact of ineffective communication — both direct and indirect How optimized […]


Webinar On-Demand: Improving Care Team Communications

Dr. Trisha Swift, DNP, RN, CPPS spoke to the role of free flowing information and how communication tools can help hospitals make the transition into becoming a high reliability organization (HRO). Applying a value-based care model by efficiently connecting all members of a patient’s care team through streamlined communication practices was highlighted through real-life clinical scenarios. This type […]


Upcoming Webinar: Clinical Comms Webinar: Scheduling, Intakes, and Consults with DHR Health

Date/Time: Thursday, November 16, 2017, 2:00 PM (ET)/11:00 AM (PT) Speaker: Sherri Abendroth, Safety & Emergency Management Coordinator, DHR Health We invite you to this webinar discussing clinical communications throughout a hospital network. Sherri Abendroth, the Safety & Emergency Management Coordinator for DHR Health in Texas, saw the value and stability of the Everbridge platform and expanded […]


Upcoming Webinar: Art of the Drill

Date/Time: Tuesday, November 7, 2017, 1:00 PM (ET)/10:00 AM (PT) Speaker: Dr. Steven B. Goldman, Ed.D. Emergency preparedness drills are a core concept in emergency planning for hospitals and healthcare systems and are required annually under the CMS Emergency Preparedness Guidelines. Every hospital and healthcare system must be in compliance with the new regulations by November 2017 […]


Emergency Preparedness in Rural Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

There are currently 2,500 rural hospitals in the United States which provides essential care for approximately 17% of the total population. Rural hospitals often have a higher mix of outpatient and home care because they have fewer economic means than those in urban areas. Jack Burke, MS, MBA, spent 44 years in healthcare management and […]


Webinar: Reduce Costs & Improve Outcomes with Care Team Communications

Dr. Trisha Swift, DNP, RN, CPPS just spoke about improving care team communications particularly during transitions of care.  Now, in this companion webinar, she talks about how better communication flow improves patient outcomes as well as reduces costs around patient care.


Key Takeaways From Lone Workers: Understanding and Managing Risk Webinar

Lone Workers: Understanding and Managing Risk Webinar Recap According to the Berg Insight, there are 53 million lone workers worldwide. In the United States, OSHA does not define “lone working”, but several states have loose guidelines that your company could adhere to. Lone work is a high risk activity and should be defined, monitored, protected by your company if you allow it. […]