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Invitation to CSHRM Webinar- “Security Concerns for Special Patient Populations”

 

June 09, 2020
11:00 AM EDT - 12:00 PM EDT
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“Security Concerns for Special Patient Populations”

 

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This webinar will review common security related issues for patients, clients and family members in the healthcare environment, with a focus on special patient populations and their unique needs including behavioral health patients, forensic patients, home healthcare clients and long-term care residents. Trends and current information regarding the treatment of these special patient populations will be discussed as well as relevant CMS standards of care, recent rulings regarding federal regulatory oversight and suggestions to workplace violence program components and special security considerations for caregivers working in these environments”.    

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will learn how specific patient population types can impact security related issues and how to best prepare for incidents based upon these characteristics.
  2. Participants will learn about regulatory issues often related to special patient population units and recent legislative updates that can impact their organizations.
  3. Participants will learn about the need for specific training for staff that are working with such special patient populations, including preparing home healthcare workers for residential visits.

Presenter bio 

“Bryan Warren is President and Chief Consultant for WarSec Security, specializing in assessment and training for the healthcare industry. He is a Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator and holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, an MBA with a focus on legal foundations of healthcare and has over 31 years of healthcare security, safety and emergency management experience. Bryan is a Past President of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS) and a member of numerous professional associations. Bryan has been named as one of the Top 20 Most Influential People in Security in the US by Security Magazine and as one of the Top 30 Voices in Healthcare Security by Forbes. He was honored to be a part of the DHHS Critical Infrastructure Protection taskforce on Workplace Violence and Active Shooter prevention for healthcare facilities and in 2019 was selected as the sole representative from the US healthcare security industry at the World Institute for Nuclear Security summit to discuss strategies for improving the security of nuclear source materials in healthcare and research facilities across the globe”.