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Hospitals present a complex security challenge



Hospitals present a complex security challenge



Journal of Healthcare Protection Management 14(2): 120-123



Healthcare violence is increasing while funding is shrinking. The author discusses the various security issues involved, the concept of funneling, and the role security directors should play in this environment.

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