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Download Addressing Ligature and Suicide Risks in Healthcare Facilities Whitepaper

Addressing Ligature and Suicide Risks in Healthcare Facilities

This white paper addresses the ligature risks surveyors look for in healthcare facilities and how to conduct ligature risk assessmenst in various environments.

Patient suicide ranks among the top three sentinel events, reports The Joint Commission (TJC).

With that in mind, surveyors are taking a hard look at ligature risks, items and risk points that may be used for hanging, strangulation, or attempt of self-harm. It’s important to understand what surveyors will assess when they walk into a healthcare facility Regardless on the patient care location, a ligature risk assessment should be conducted on the environment.

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Download Rising Risks and New Demands for Emergency Preparedness in Healthcare Whitepaper

Rising Risks and New Demands for Emergency Preparedness in Healthcare

This white paper discusses lessons learned in recent years, helping healthcare organizations prepare for future disasters.

Looking at what we’ve learned from recent disaster responses, four observations stand out.

1. Emergency management sustains revenue. 

2. Just-in-time supplies are no longer sufficient.

3. Outpatient centers must stay open during disasters.

4. Hospital service offerings must match the needs of the local population.

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Download Prioritizing Healthcare Facilities Readiness Among Budget Constraints Whitepaper

Prioritizing Healthcare Facilities Readiness Among Budget Constraints

This white paper details how healthcare systems must prioritize healthcare facilities readiness as they return to normal operations post-pandemic, during a time of fiscal challenges.

Hospitals are currently facing financial challenges never experienced before. The recent pandemic has challenged healthcare systems in ways many never imagined. Many systems halted elective surgeries and other procedures for a period of time, causing tremendous damage to the bottom line. The need to quickly adapt spaces for infection control and managing an influx of highly contagious patients with extended stays resulted in unexpected expenses during a period of decreased revenues.

Hospitals with on-site facilities management teams were prepared to pivot and adapt spaces more quickly than those relying on outside contractors during a crisis when multiple facilities were looking for assistance simultaneously. Inability to quickly prepare for the influx of COVID patients forced some sites to resort to diverting some patients.

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Mastering Communications for Faster Emergency Resolution


As threats evolve, many healthcare leaders ask us how they can shorten their response time and resolve emergencies faster. It’s a big question with complex answers. In this post, we focus on one foundational element of emergency response: communications.

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Limiting Food Waste to Drive Sustainability Within Healthcare Facilities


Whether it’s due to growing public expectations or the associated incentives available to healthcare systems, our healthcare teams are noticing that implementing environmentally friendly initiatives is a growing priority for leaders within this sector.

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Three Key Elements for Proactive Disaster Preparedness


Hospitals across the U.S. responded to large scale natural disasters in 2023. Handling the unexpected is at the core of healthcare, but proactive preparation leads to a more effective and streamlined response when a disaster impacts operations. No matter the facility or disaster, the three steps are critical when implementing disaster preparedness plans.

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Outside the Patient's Door Podcast

As a healthcare leader, your job is about so much more than a bottom line. Between navigating a pandemic, staffing and the constant pressures to improve efficiencies and patient care, a lot can rest on your shoulders. Outside the Patient’s Door is the place to dive into the issues that are at the forefront of your mind. We go behind the science of healthcare with one goal in mind: people first.

Each episode will cover an in-depth topic, featuring a panel of your peers and showcasing what is possible through building partnerships, exchanging ideas and gaining a fresh perspective. Join us as we examine innovative ways to confront both age-old obstacles and brand new policies. Outside the Patient’s Door is where influential healthcare leaders come to connect, learn, and improve.


Challenges Facing Healthcare

Michael Argir, CEO & President

New Trends in Healthcare

Michael Argir, CEO & President

Capital Management

Jason Scheidler, Chief Financial Officer

Emergency Management

Scott Cormier, Vice President of Emergency Management, Environment of Care and Safety

Environment of Care

Scott Cormier, Vice President of Emergency Management, Environment of Care and Safety

Operational Efficiency

Jason Scheidler, Chief Financial Officer

Skills Gap

Matthew Keahey, National Vice President, Operations

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