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School Nurse Shortages and its Impact on Student Health

When parents send their children off to school every morning, they expect the school’s faculty will keep their child safe. This...

Interesting Workplace Tech You Didn't Know Existed

Samantha Hoppe
June 25, 2019

Document processing. Manual data entry. Cumbersome file sharing. Workplace technology continues to change the way we work, allowing...

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How Parking and Intake Practices Can Impact Hospital Safety

Mary Kate McGrath
June 18, 2019

Although creating a good impression during parking and intake can enhance the patient experience, patient transition zones can become...

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How to Manage Tail Spend in Enterprise Communication Software

Andrea Lebron
June 18, 2019

The commonly quoted “statistic” that tail spend accounts for 20% of total purchasing costs - and is generated by 80% of suppliers -...

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How This Dallas Nonprofit Manages Safety Amid Major Development

Amelia Marceau
June 11, 2019

The downtown area of Dallas is in the midst of a major renaissance, adding high-rise towers with offices, restaurants and stores. The...

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Do We Underestimate How Much Nurses Deal with on a Daily Basis?

Samantha Hoppe
June 04, 2019

State Senator Maureen Walsh of Washington angered nurses across the nation. Walsh made remarks on the senate floor in April 2019 while...

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A Macro Issue Is Brewing For Women in Economics

Samantha Hoppe
June 04, 2019

The entertainment industry and politics have felt a long overdue reckoning from the #MeToo moment, weeding out harassers and abusers...

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The Role Communication Plays in Workplace Safety for Nurses

Mary Kate McGrath
May 21, 2019

Even though the healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the United States, reports show that rates of violent...

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Best Practices for Rip and Replace Technology Projects

Mary Kate McGrath
May 21, 2019

When it comes to best practices for rip and replace technology projects, opinions vary from “if it ain't broken, don't fix it” to “big...

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How Out-of-Date is Your Disaster Recovery Plan?

Andrea Lebron
May 14, 2019

According to a survey of disaster recovery decision makers, only one-in-seven businesses continuously update their disaster recovery...

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60% of Active Shooter Incidents in 2018 Occurred in Businesses

Andrea Lebron
May 07, 2019

The FBI’s recently-released “Active Shooter Incidents in the United States in 2018” report reveals that, of twenty-seven events...

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Should More Corporate Safety Plans Adopt National Incident Command System Components?

Andrea Lebron
April 30, 2019

Many corporate safety plans are “isolated” inasmuch as they deal with how organizations will respond individually in an emergency....

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A Closer Look at Severe Weather Preparedness at a Large Hospital

Mary Kate McGrath
April 30, 2019

Managing safety during severe weather preparedness can be difficult for any healthcare facility, but coordinating emergency...

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