Hospital Security Benchmarks
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The Hospital Security Benchmarks Report provides the detailed security information and benchmarks you need to evaluate your operation and make strategic decisions on: Protection Policies and Procedures, Salaries and Budget Allocation, Technology, Crime Prevention and much more, all in one report.
This report contains current data on hospital security budgets,spending and salaries you won't find anywhere else, and the ability to compare your operation against benchmarks from like institutions.
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Hospitial Security Benchmarks
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How secure is your hospital? Find out how you measure up.
Compare your operation with peer hospital findings in:
- Protection Policies & Procedures
- Activity & Performance Metrics
- Security Salaries
- Security Budgets & Spending
- Staff Management and use of outside Security Consultants
Managing security in a hospital environment is a unique challenge, and as the many 2011 judgments and fines show, hospitals are increasingly vulnerable to penalities and litigation from OSHA violations and the Office of Civil Right at Health and Human Services, for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) breaches. Now there’s help in a single report, with IOFM/Security’s new Hospital Security Benchmarks report.
Manage Hospital Security Challenges with New Detailed Information, Plain English Case Studies
The Hospital Security Benchmarks report gives hospital security managers the detailed information they need to cost-effectively manage safety and security while minimizing cost and demonstrating value to Senior Management and Administrators.
Based on several nationwide surveys and the response of hundreds of professionals from across the country, the 122-page proprietary report includes 100 charts, salary data, and case studies. The IOFM/Security Research division has collected and analyzed the data to help you make informed decisions, take action and:
- Assess your security operation against new risks,
- Compare your security operation against best practices and regulations
- Understand what security measures other hospitals do and do not take, and the budget implications
- Examine case studies to learn successful strategies employed by other hospitals
- Improve security by improving your ROI
Benchmarks Help Evaluate Your Organization, Make Smart, Strategic Plans
It is imperative for hospitals to supplement threat and vulnerability assessments with due diligence through benchmarking with like institutions. Use this report’s benchmarking data to compare your program to other hospitals, both peer and non-peer and take yours to the next level by increasing efficiencies, improving security and reducing expenses. Find out where you stand in terms of:
- Compensation, and management policies
- Crime countermeasures
- Workplace violence incidents
- Grants and Tax Breaks
- Performance measures
A small sample of data points covered in the Hospital Security Benchmarks reports includes:
- Number of hospital employees per security staff member
- Hospital security depatment turnover rates
- Property theft rates
- Starting salaries for unarmed security officers
- Mandatory training subjects for security staff
Sample charts on Employee/Security Staff Member and Average Annual Spending/Employee
Take a hard look at the data —and your security operations
In this report, you’ll receive quantitative guidelines based on industry standards and insight into budgets and spending you won't find anywhere else,to help you evaluate your operation and identify security and budget gaps or excessive resource commitments for better ROI.
The report gives hospital security directors, facilities directors, CEOs and C-suite executives clear data on industry best practices and how peer organizations handle:
- Workplace violence prevention
- Drug testing– pre- and post-hire
- Information Security– including internal Internet, email and social media use
This information can help you improve management of your operation and staff through a review and comparison of appropriateperformance metrics, force levels, training and assessment benchmarks.
Make sure your organization meets compliance and accreditation standards
This report can help you minimize liability with specific guidelines and best practices published by authoritative resources such as the National Fire Protection Association; the IAHSS, ASIS International Healthcare Security Council, the International Council of Nurses, WHO, and the Association of American Medical Colleges. The information provided can also help your institution assure compliance with worker safety standards – OSHA and environment-of-care standards published by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO).
Get all this information in one objective report. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
Our report is not advertiser-sponsored, so you can rely on unbiased facts to support your decisions as you reference this invaluable planning and assessment tool again and again. The IOFM research division’s findings and data are not readily available elsewhere, so order your copy today.