CMS DEADLINE was November 15, 2017
BUT YOU CAN STILL GET IN COMPLIANCE BEFORE DEC 31, 2017
Order a CMS All-Hazards Facilities Risk Assessment NOW
and preview our Emergency Preparedness Training Course
Full On-Site Drills or Tabletop Drills!
MEET ME IN GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ON DEC 15, 2017
IAHSS NORTH FLORIDA MEETING at
North Florida Regional Medical Center
11:30 – 2:00 pm
6500 W Newberry Rd, Gainesville, FL
Guest Speaker: Caroline Ramsey-Hamilton
speaking on how to comply with the new CMS Final
on Emergency Preparedness, the new interest in security
and why healthcare budgets are increasing for security,
based on compliance and liability issues.
CMS Final Rule on Emergency Preparedness
All-Hazards Security Risk Assessments to Meet the new
CMS Final Rule and Protect Medicare and Medicaid
Request a copy of our FREE WEBINAR ON THE CMS FINAL RULE
by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
All Hazards Security Risk Assessments including Natural Disasters
Active Shooter, Known Terrorists, & Workplace Violence and
Floods, Fires, Hurricanes, Tornadoes, and More.
Click on our Webinar page to review the
Upcoming Dates, or write to:
Caroline Ramsey-Hamilton, CMS All-Hazards Risk Assessment
Expert. Everything about CMS Emergency Preparedness, Active Shooter,
Local Terrorism Incidents, & Workplace Violence, Security Risk
Assessments, Liability & Compliance, HIPAA and Meaningful Use
Direct Line: 301-346-9055
Caroline Ramsey Hamilton is a leading security threat and risk assessment
expert specializing in the CMS Final Rule for Emergency Preparedness,
Active Shooter, Workplace Violence and other forms of violence,
related to reducing liability and increasing compliance. She is the President of Risk & Security LLC, the world’s leading security risk assessment company.
She recently developed a Custom Program for the new CMS Final Rule on Emergency
Preparedness for 17 Types of Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations.
She consults with healthcare organizations to help them meet the CMS Final Rule on Emergency
Preparedness, including Risk Assessments, Staff Training and Tabletop Drills.
She creates custom active shooter prevention, risk and threat assessment programs for Healthcare
Facilities, Hospital Security, Homeland Security, OSHA, and FEMA (Federal Emergency
Management Agency, including federal, state and local governments. She is on the Board of the
South Florida Chapter of the International Association of Healthcare Safety and Security. Caroline has
worked with the Florida Hospital Association on Active Shooter Security Risk Assessments, and
was the featured speaker at their Annual Hospital Symposium on the Active Shooter Strategies for Hospitals.