Security Strategies for Healthcare Facilities

March 6, 2024
Explore the intricate realm of healthcare security with our upcoming webinar, delving into the complexities of safeguarding patient data, ensuring physical safety, and navigating regulatory compliance.

Date: March 6, 2024
Time: 1:00 PM EST / 12:00 PM CST / 10:00 AM PST / 6:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: EVOLV,
Genetec, HID, Omnilert & Vicon
Duration:
 1 Hour

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Summary

What You Will Learn:

  • How to solve the complexities of healthcare security strategies
  • Why is security for healthcare facilities so unique?
  • How to design physical security systems to protect staff, patients and visitors
  • Understanding the importance of cybersecurity to healthcare risk management
  • Strategies for emergency management and workplace violence

As healthcare facilities become increasingly complex, the need for robust security measures is more critical than ever. The threats require security that is specifically designed to address the unique challenges faced by healthcare environments. From safeguarding patient data to ensuring the physical safety of staff and visitors, solutions must include access control, surveillance systems, cybersecurity and emergency preparedness. Healthcare security management staff must understand the intricacies surrounding regulatory compliance, risk assessment methodologies as well as the integration of cutting-edge technologies to fortify the security posture of their facilities. Whether you're a security professional, healthcare administrator, or IT specialist, this webinar provides a valuable platform to enhance your understanding of the evolving landscape and implement effective security measures in healthcare settings.

 

Speakers

Lisa Terry, CHPA, CPP
Chief Development Officer
Vistelar Conflict Management Solutions


Lisa Terry, CHPA, CPP has significant experience leading healthcare security, police, safety and emergency management programs. Lisa currently serves as the Chief Development Officer for Vistelar Conflict Management Solutions. Additionally, she serves as Owner and Principal Consultant at Lisa Terry Consulting, LLC (DBA: The Wahsega Group).  Prior to that she served as Vice President, Healthcare for Allied Universal®.

Lisa has served as the Chief of Campus Police and Public Safety with WakeMed Health and Hospitals in Raleigh, North Carolina, Chief of Police and Public Safety with Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia and Director of Hospital Police and Transportation at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

As vice chair of the ASIS Healthcare Community Steering Committee and as a former board president and guidelines council member of IAHSS, Lisa has been fortunate to collaborate with some of the country’s greatest minds in healthcare, security, and policing. She shares her knowledge, strategies, and lessons learned for successfully preventing and mitigating violence in her books: “Preventing Violence in the Emergency Department” and “The Active Shooter Response Toolkit for Healthcare Workers.”

Bryan Warren, MBA, CHPA, CPO-I
President

War-Sec Security

Bryan Warren is President and chief consultant at WarSec Security, specializing in healthcare security and safety program assessment and staff education. Bryan holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, and an MBA with a focus on legal foundations of healthcare and has been a Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator (CHPA) since 2005. Bryan has over 34 years in the healthcare security, safety and emergency management field and is a Past President of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). He has served on a number of national task forces including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, Department of Health and Human Services Office of Infrastructure Protection and has been privileged to assist both The Joint Commission and The Joint Commission - International in the creation of their standards regarding Workplace Violence in healthcare.

Nancy Dodds
Business Development Manager, Healthcare
HID

Nancy Dodds is the Business Development Manager, Healthcare for HID. Nancy is responsible for supporting Healthcare end users, providing educational awareness to reinforce the importance of physical access control and how it can be leveraged within healthcare for better security, user convenience, and operational efficiency. Nancy has 15 years’ experience in hospital technology used for Smart Hospital workflows. For additional information please email [email protected].

Mark Franken
VP of Marketing
Omnilert

As the Vice President of Marketing at Omnilert, Mark is passionate about expanding the understanding and use of new AI technology that proactively helps detect guns and protects from active shooters. Prior to Omnilert, Mark spent 6 years promoting AI and Edge technologies for improving safety, reducing energy use and improving efficiencies in manufacturing, and 15 years in IoT software and enabling hardware companies.

David Ellis
Regional Director, Enterprise - East
Genetec

David Ellis is a Regional Director Enterprise solutions, at Genetec, Inc. Prior to joining Genetec in 2018, David spent more than 27 years in the physical security industry in a variety of roles as an end user, systems integrator, and manufacturer representative. He is a retired member of the US Air Force with over 23 years of service.

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