Systems integrator Niscayah announced earlier this month that it will be hosting its annual Healthcare Security Expo later this year in Boston.
According to a statement issued by the company, the expo will inform attendees about emerging trends in the industry, as well as security practices being implemented at other healthcare facilities across the country. The expo will also feature a keynote presentation from Paul Baratta, former chief of police for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
“The unique risk challenges facing healthcare institutions require us to specialize our knowledge and to leverage best practices across our customer base,” said Marty Guay, president of Niscayah. “We are investing in strategies designed to help our customers take on these risk challenges more effectively. Namely, how do we help support our customers with their compliance regimens and how do we design and create strong service strategies to maintain and leverage their security technology investments.”
The expo is scheduled to be held on Sept. 30, at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information or register, visit www.Niscayah.us/solutions/healthcare.