healthcare

Managing Hospital Safety During Nursing Strikes

Mary Kate McGrath
April 16, 2019

In March of 2019, unionized nurses in New York City delivered a formal strike notice to the three largest hospital networks. The...

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What are CMS Hospital Star Ratings and How Are They Calculated?

Andrea Lebron
April 09, 2019

CMS Hospital Star Ratings are a quick-reference guide to the performance metrics of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide. Because of...

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How Denver Health Improved its Emergency Notification System

Andrea Lebron
March 26, 2019

Denver Health and Hospital Authority improved its emergency notification system with a new solution, that also brought them into...

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Workplace Violence: Why Improving Emergency Communications is Key to Employee Safety

Andrea Lebron
March 19, 2019

Our new eBook investigates the most common types of reported workplace violence, the occupations most at risk from workplace violence,...

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What Are Urgent Communications to Employees?

Andrea Lebron
February 26, 2019

Workplaces everywhere are exploring ways to improve employee communication. From improving executive leadership transparency to...

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Healthcare IT Budgets Forecasted to Increase by 8.8%

Andrea Lebron
February 12, 2019

The consultancy group Forrester Research has forecasted that healthcare IT budgets will increase by 8.8% in 2019 due to increasing...

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How to Comply with OSHA's Guideline Safety Controls for Home Healthcare Workers

Andrea Lebron
February 05, 2019

The relevance of complying with OSHA's guideline safety controls for home healthcare workers has recently taken on greater...

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What to Know about the Smart911 Upgrade’s Impact on the Mental Health Crisis

Laura Costello
January 29, 2019

Recently, we introduced the first-ever Smart911 mobile app, but the mental health crisis has introduced a new opportunity for Smart911...

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New Report: How Tech Empowers Traveling Healthcare Workers' Personal Safety

Andrea Lebron
January 29, 2019

Community nurses, personal home care aides, and other traveling staff practice in some of the most dangerous situations in the...

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Most State Laws to Prevent Workplace Violence in Healthcare Fail to Protect Traveling Nurses

Andrea Lebron
January 22, 2019

Although OSHA enforces a duty of care on employers to protect staff from foreseeable hazards and has produced guidelines for...

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Corporate Safety is Top of Mind for 2019

Andrea Lebron
January 15, 2019

We are only a few weeks into the new year, and workplace safety has already become a major point of conversation in 2019. At Rave, we...

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Why it is Harder for Healthcare Facilities to Defend against Active Shooter Threats

Andrea Lebron
January 08, 2019

Healthcare facilities find it harder to defend against active shooter threats than other soft targets because shooters in healthcare...

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