Nebraska is the nationwide leader in flu cases this year. Your No. 1 defense against the flu is washing your hands.
Consumer protection and law enforcement agencies are offering a simple tip to thwart fraud and scammers.
When was the last time you saw something like this pop up on your screen?
To comply with Joint Commission and CMS requirements, a multidisciplinary team facilitated by the Emergency Management Committee discusses and completes a Hazard Vulnerability Analysis (HVA) or risk assessment for the health system.
Did you know that all faxes sent from a Methodist Health System affiliate should be sent with an appropriate cover sheet?
Improving our recycling practices has been a top priority ever since wrapping up the MHS Sustainability Master Plan.
Have you ever wanted to learn more about decontaminating victims, using decontamination equipment or setting up a decon or shelter/triage tent, bio-seal or isopod during an emergency?
We are excited to officially launch the Methodist Health System Sustainability Ambassadors program.
Information about patients, employees and a covered entity (CE) itself is confidential.
IT Security has identified an increase in staff sharing their work email when they sign up for nonwork related activities (i.e., shopping sites).
An insider threat is most simply defined as a security threat that originates from within the organization being attacked or targeted.
With the flu and viruses in full swing, how can you protect yourself and your coworkers from spreading sickness?
The health care industry has had more than its fair share of hacking incidents, but the biggest threat comes from within.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says recurring compliance issues for 2018 include these nine things ...
Questions you should ask and answers you need to know about putting out a fire.