Radianta Version 5.0- New and Improved!

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With new ownership, comes new solutions to add to the Radianta tool box. Here at Radianta, we understand that alert management is key to a successfully seamless work environment, so we have made our Alert Management systems more reliable and streamline for today’s users! What does that mean for our valued clients? Please see the great features we added to Radianta below!
NEW Radianta Alert Manager 5.0 Solutions:
• Radianta Application update will include Panic Buttons for Security or Police assistance or can be modified for your facility’s needs.
• Paging enables users to send customizable messages through either the web interface or the phone to other individuals or groups.
• All communications to and from our cloud servers are encrypted with TLS v1.2, which is the industry’s latest security standard.
• In cases where your 3rd party medical system sends out unencrypted data, we will provide a relay component to bridge the communication in a secure way over the Wide Area Network.
• Each facility runs on a dedicated cloud server, so there would be no danger of data falsely transmitting between facilities.
• No messages are stored locally on the phone storage whether using smartphones or IP phones. All messages are stored on the cloud server, and displayed on-demand when the devices request them.
• Monthly analytical reports to provide a solution to make qualitative and data-driven decisions based on ongoing evidence and business reports.
• Workflow management would be greatly improved and overall efficiency increased between staff procedures and patient experiences.
• Support solutions will be available 24-7 via your concierge tech-support representative.

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Radianta Alert Manager – New Ownership and New Solutions!

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We have some great and exciting news to announce to you. As of January 01, 2019 Radianta was acquired for the purpose of growing its services within Alert Management solutions and in other areas such as information management, to include, an array of business solutions for the healthcare arena. Under new ownership, new changes to follow. Radianta has updated their Alert Manager software to the latest Version 5.0 which is available for implementation. At launch, Radianta Alert Manager 5.0 will initially add Paging, Panic Buttons for security or police assistance, monthly analytical reports and cloud (SaaS) options. Because of big improvements happening, Radianta is now able to provide our valued customers with better payment options, such as competitive monthly subscriptions for software management and the highest support solutions. Our Team has grown and so have our products! Please contact us today to learn more about Radianta Alert Management and business solutions Support@Radianta.com Group

Ohio State Attack Prompts Colleges to Review Emergency-Response Plans

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MELISSA KORN,
KRIS MAHER and
DOUGLAS BELKIN

document-reviewingColleges nationwide are revisiting their emergency-response plans in the wake of the attack on the Ohio State University campus Monday that left 11 injured and the attacker dead.

Many universities, including Ohio State’s Columbus campus, are located in urban areas that can’t be completely cordoned off from vehicular traffic or unauthorized people. And while access to residence halls is often restricted to students, authorities remain concerned about what happens if a student is the assailant.

The attacker at the Ohio State campus, Abdul Razak Ali Artan, was a logistics-management student at the business school and officials say he may have been inspired by the Islamic State terror group.

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Clown Hysteria Disrupts Schools, Occupies Police

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We tried hard to ignore the clown hysteria that’s gotten so much attention in the last week. It’s not typically in Campus Safety’s nature to report on something just because it’s been covered by so many other media outlets.

But the clown controversy is, unfortunately affecting public safety and police departments across the country and not all of the stories are a hoax.

In fact, many schools at all grade levels have begun warning students about bringing clown masks on campus as school officials everywhere struggle to decide on an appropriate response to such a ridiculous situation.

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20 Active Shooter and Active Killer Prevention Strategies

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Although there are no prevention strategies for active killer-types of attacks that have been proven to work 100 percent of the time, there are prevention approaches that are worth the effort they require. A number of these have been used to successfully avert mass casualty attacks, and some of these have been effective in preventing multiple attacks.

In every planned attack that I have worked to date, the media reporting the actual facts of the cases is likely to be inaccurate in many regards. Only the full case file will give us a reliable picture of what happened and what if any real opportunities there might have been to prevent these attacks. However, these types of case reviews often reveal at least some potential for interrupting large-scale attacks (see Active Killer Trends sidebar below).

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Newtown Opening Innovative Elementary School After Mass Shooting

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NewtownNewtown, Connecticut will welcome the public into its new Sandy Hook Elementary School four years after a mass shooting in the town shook the country.

The building layout bears no resemblance to the old school where the tragedy took place, which was torn down in 2013. A lawsuit filed by two of the victims’ families argues security at the old Sandy Hook was inadequate, particularly in classrooms.

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Campus Safety Announces Director of the Year Winners

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AwardCampus Safety magazine (CS) is pleased to announce that Stan Skipworth, Claremont University Consortium’s director of campus safety; Lisa Terry, University of North Carolina Health Care’s director of hospital police and transportation; and Kevin Wren, Rock Hill (S.C.) Schools’ director of campus security systems have been names this year’s Directors of the Year.

Some of the accomplishments that lead to Skipworth winning the top spot in the higher education sector included his legislative activities with the California College and University Police Chiefs Association, as well as his launching of a student assistant program. Read More

Emergency Connect Video

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Emergency Connect is an excellent, economical way to mitigate threats and enhance campus safety

Terrorism Threats: When Should Your School Cancel Classes?

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classroomAs the nation’s schools devise plans for responding effectively to critical incidents on campus, the spotlight is now on how school districts are managing crises, emergencies, disasters, terrorism threats and active shooters. In many cases, these districts are looking to the schools that have “been there” for examples of what to do (or, what not to do) when these and other incidents occur.

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4 Ways to Improve School Visitor Management

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VisitorIt’s not just seventh-grade math that is complex. Equally head-scratching for parents, teachers and school administrators is how to ensure that visitors to K-12 educational institutions have a right to be there and are properly identified and recorded.

There are a host of reasons why a school would want to screen people before they can enter the building, ranging from fear of violence to unresolved custody disputes, to the need to keep track of everyone in the building in case of an emergency.

School-related shootings by outsiders have made the headlines in recent years and have raised awareness among school administrators about the need for vigilance.

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