November 14, 2014 - One Day Educational Seminar

Time:
8:00am - 2:30pm

Location:
Newton Wellesley Hospital
Shipley Auditorium, Main Hospital, 2nd floor (near cafeteria)
2014 Washington Street
Newton, MA 02462
Please park in the patient/visitor garage, accessible via the East entrance off of Washington St. Proceed to the roof level of the garage to minimize impacts on patients and visitors.

Directions to Shipley Auditorium from garage: Take the stairs or elevator to the 3rd floor and follow the hallway to the main hospital corridor (you will be on the first floor of the main hospital.  From there, walk towards the East entrance and follow signs for the South elevators.  Take the South elevators to the second floor and take a left- the Shipley Auditorium is straight ahead.

Cost:  $95.00 – complimentary parking provided
Group Discount Rate- Four or more attendees from the same organization- $75.00/ea.

To register, please download the registration form (PDF) and follow the included instructions.

7:30-8:00 Registration/Breakfast
8:00-9:00 Suspicion Indicators Recognition & Assessment (SIRA™) Training- Part 1
Michael Rozin
9:00-9:15 Break/Networking Opportunity
9:15-10:15 SIRA™ Training - Part 2
Michael Rozin
10:15-10:30 Break/Networking Opportunity
10:30-11:30 Massachusetts General Laws- Avoiding Legal Pitfalls in Healthcare Security- Part 1
John Scheft, JD
11:30-12:30 Lunch
12:30-1:00 Massachusetts General Laws- Avoiding Legal Pitfalls in Healthcare Security- Part 2
John Scheft, JD
1:00-1:15 Break/Networking Opportunity
1:15-2:15 Construction Panel- Getting Security In On The Ground Floor of Project Planning
Joe Boczanowski Milford Regional Medical Center
Jeff Doran, Lahey Health
Andrea Kerr, AIA
Robert Leahy, MGH
Bonnie Michelman, MGH
2:15--2:30 Closing

Suspicion Indicators Recognition & Assessment (SIRA) Training:  The SIRA™ system utilizes behavior detection and security interviewing techniques developed by the Israeli Security Agency (ISA) to allow security and law enforcement professionals to identify high-risk individuals—such as terrorists, active shooters, or violent criminals—before an incident occurs.  This training will help to enhance security and law enforcement agencies’ ability to prevent violent attacks.

Massachusetts General Laws- Avoiding Legal Pitfalls in Healthcare Security: Law enforcement exceptions to HIPAA, EMTALA violations, new and emerging laws, and other hot legal topics related to healthcare security will be covered during this session by legal expert John Scheft, JD.

Construction Panel- Getting Security In On The Ground Floor of Project Planning: Whether your hospital is renovating an area, constructing a new unit, or even a new building, it is vitally important that security is included in the planning process from day one.  This multidisciplinary panel will explore not only how to get a seat at the planning table, but how to negotiate the planning process from the perspective of practitioners in the field.  Key considerations on security for new and renovated spaces will also be discussed.

Joe Boczanowski, is the current Director of Facilities Management at Milford Regional Medical Center.  He has been involved in the Healthcare Facilities industry for about 21 years.  He has overseen multiple complex projects from renovations to a completely new building addition.  Currently he is overseeing the new 72,000 square foot addition at Milford Regional Medical Center.  The addition consists of a new Emergency Department, ICU and Telemetry.

Jeff Doran,  In February 2014, Jeff assumed the role of VP for Real Estate Administration & Special Projects in response to the rapid expansion of the Lahey Health System and the 120 + owned and lease properties in its portfolio spread out over 30+ communities in the north suburbs of Boston  and southern New Hampshire. Prior to this assignment, he served as the Chief Operating Office of the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington after serving for 10+ years as Senior VP for Hospital Operations. Jeff oversaw the $150M campus expansion plan in 2004-2006 and dozens of other construction projects.

Prior to joining the Lahey Clinic, he served as President and CEO of both the Quincy Hospital/Medical Center and the former Hale (a.k.a Merrimack Valley ) Hospital in Haverhill while working for Quorum Health Resources, Inc. While at Quincy Hospital, Jeff managed to strategically re-position the Hospital by spearheading a collaborative community wide planning process resulting in the successful “privatization” of the city owned hospital and the simultaneous implementation of a comprehensive Academic & Clinical Affiliation with Boston Medical Center. Earlier in his career, he held several other senior level health care executive positions at Lowell General Hospital, Bay shore Community Hospital (Holmdel, New Jersey) and North Adams Regional Hospital (out in the Berkshires).  Jeff holds a BS degree from Providence College and a Masters degree in Health Care Administration from the George Washington University in Washington DC.

Andrea Kerr, AIA, is the Senior Associate at TRO Jung Brannen (TROJIB).  She has over 18 years of experience in healthcare design experience.  Her expertise includes healthcare planning and project management for ambulatory centers and large scale addition/ renovation work to existing facilities.  Her responsibilities include client leadership, planning, agency review leadership, coordination, documentation and leadership of project staff and consultants.  Andrea has worked with Newton-Wellesley since 2008 on a variety of renovation projects including an off-campus outpatient surgical center and extensive on-campus projects that are interdependent upon each other.  Within these projects, she has worked closely with the facilities and security department to ensure full coordination of all security and safety measures, including completed post-partum unit that has a complex system to maintain the safety of all newborns.

Robert Leahy, PSP, CPP, has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of security and security management. Currently he is the Senior Manager of Systems and Technology for the Massachusetts General Hospital Police and Security. His responsibilities include the design, management and oversight of physical security systems, including installation, maintenance and operation. These systems include access control, CCTV and infant protection systems as well as software applications such as the incident management and reporting and computer aided dispatch. Bob has a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University. He has authored an article for Security Management as well as a chapter in training materials for the International Association for Healthcare Security.

Bonnie S. Michelman, CPP, CHPA, has extensive leadership and security management experience in diverse industries. She currently is the Director of Police, Security and Outside Services at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Security Consultant for Partners Healthcare Inc. comprising 13 hospitals in Massachusetts.  Bonnie served as President in 2001 of ASIS-International, a 38,000-person organization, Chairman of the Board in 2002, and Foundation President from 2003-2005. She is Past President (2008 and 1995)/Chairman of the Board of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). Bonnie is currently on the Board of Directors for the International Security Management Association (ISMA). She is an Instructor at Northeastern University, College of Criminal Justice in the Graduate and Undergraduate program since 1988. Bonnie is on the Regional Board of Directors for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and chairs their National Security Committee. Under Bonnie’s direction, MGH won the Lindberg Bell Award for the nation’s finest healthcare security program in 1999 and 2007 among numerous other awards and recognitions. She was appointed in 2010 by DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano to the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC). She has held many leadership positions nationally and internationally. She lectures and consults internationally on areas of workplace violence, hate crimes, active shooter training, domestic violence, risk assessment/management, disaster planning, leadership and communications. She has over 60 publications in various journals on safety, security, leadership and management.   Bonnie has an MBA, and MS in Criminal Justice and a BA in Government and Sociology.

Michael Rozin, Founder and President of Rozin Security Consulting LLC, specialize in risk assessments, security program design, and behavior detection, and provides consulting and training to Federal and local Government agencies, as well as to private organizations.  After his military service with the IDF, Michael completed the Advanced Security and anti-Terrorism training at Israeli Security Academy under the oversight of the Israeli Security Agency and joined the Israeli Airport authority where he worked as a security agent for Ben-Gurion International Airport.  Later in the US, Michael served as Security Manager at Mall of America, where he developed, implemented and managed a behavior detection united focused on mitigating the threat of terrorism.  Mr. Rozin’s a graduate of the Interdisciplinary Center in Hertzliya, Israel.

John Scheft, JD, has been associated with the Bellotti Law Group for many years.  Attorney Scheft began his career in 1986 and served Attorney Peter Bellotti as a prosecutor in Middlesex County.  He is the president of Law Enforcement Dimensions, which provides exceptional legal and human relations training to police officers, supervisors, commanders and law enforcement personnel in Massachusetts.

Valet parking is also available.
From West of Route 128 (I-95)
Take the Mass Pike to Route 128 (I-95). Proceed South on 128 (I-95) for less than one mile. Take exit 21/21A to Route 16 East. Proceed on Route 16 East 1/4 mile to the Hospital’s East Entrance (second entrance).

From Boston
Take the Mass Pike to Exit 16 (West Newton). Follow Route 16 West for 1-1/4 miles to the Hospital’s East Entrance. Patient/Visitor parking is available at the entrance. 

From North or South Route 128 (I-95)
Take Exit 21/21A to Route 16 East. Proceed on Route 16 East 1/4 mile to the Hospital’s East Entrance (second entrance).

MBTA
Take Green Riverside line (D Train), outbound, to Woodland stop. Walk out to Washington Street and turn left. Hospital is two short blocks on the left.

 


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