Security strategies for healthcare
Workplace violence, stressful conditions, and government regulations pose serious challenges for the healthcare industry. To protect patients and staff and to help meet compliance requirements, healthcare facilities need to adopt a comprehensive approach to physical security that allows their personnel to proactively respond to security issues while also simplifying day-to-day tasks.
Secure your entire healthcare facility
Protect assets and people
Security is a key concern for hospitals and healthcare facilities. The dangerous working conditions faced by front-line workers can put them at risk of injury and lost time. You require a unified solution that can improve incident response, provide a safe environment for patients and staff, and protect expensive equipment and technology.
Safeguard medical dispensaries and labs
To comply with government regulations, healthcare facilities must implement heightened security on certain medicine dispensaries and drug cabinets. By using an advanced IP-based access control solution to restrict access to these cabinets, you can ensure that only authorized personnel handle powerful narcotics. In addition, you can run audit trail reports when regulatory bodies seek proof of compliance.
Keep digital files secure
As hospitals move to digital filing systems to track patient information and treatments, healthcare facilities need to develop effective strategies for protecting access to their data. By attaching access control readers to workstations, you can prevent unauthorized access to computers and sensitive information as nurses and doctors will be required to tap their badges at the readers to access patient files.
"As hospitals move to digital filing systems to track patient information and treatments, healthcare facilities need to develop effective strategies for protecting access to their data. By attaching IP access control readers to workstations, you can prevent unauthorized access to computers and sensitive information as nurses and doctors will be required to tap their badges at the readers to access patient files."
Julie Carpentier, Emergency Preparedness and Security Coordinator, CHU Sainte-Justine
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Solutions for healthcare
Improve hospital security and emergency preparedness by deploying a unified, open architecture security platform that combines video surveillance, access control, and other systems in one intuitive solution. Learn about Security Center.
Allow security personnel to see what is happening anywhere in your facility and enable medical triage staff to monitor the emergency room in real-time with an IP-based video surveillance system. Learn about Security Center Omnicast™.
In addition to securing medical dispensaries by digitally controlling who has access to drug cabinets, you can also protect sensitive areas and prevent cleanroom contamination by setting up dual-authentication policies. Learn about Security Center Synergis™.
Implement a more comprehensive security strategy by securing and monitoring your parking lots with an ALPR system that automatically identifies and tracks vehicles accessing your facilities. Learn about Security Center AutoVu™.
An open architecture digital evidence management system allows you to securely collect, manage, and share digital evidence from your security systems for cases involving workplace violence, fraud, or insurance claims. Learn about Genetec Clearance™.
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