resident protection


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resident protection

Refers to software that resides in memory at all times in order to provide some form of protection. It may refer to antivirus programs or intrusion detection systems. See antivirus program and IDS.
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The complexity of the drill will require rescue personnel to recognize and identify hazardous substances, and implement a response plan, as well as evaluate the environmental impact and resident protection.
Other trends driving the market, according to Konicek, are providers' desire to find a turnkey, integrated solution that includes all resident protection systems, including falls prevention, nurse call, wander management and so on.
While these resident provisions are scheduled to sunset in 2014, legislation (HR 3619) has been introduced to extend the resident protection provisions indefinitely.
Still, in order to maximise resident protection, emergency response teams like the civil defence and the police will devise plans and strategies for resident protection based on the results of the project," Al Marzouqi said.
Panda Antivirus for Mac Corporate Edition includes two scan engines: one to deliver on-access or resident protection, and the other to perform on-demand scans on folders, files and email, detecting and eliminating or blocking all types of threats.
His leadership was also instrumental in the passage of the Nursing Home Resident Protection Law, the Public Retirees/Pensions law, the Comprehensive Housing and Health Insurance Acts and the Massachusetts Fuel Assistance Program.
2240 Seniors Safety Act of Regulation 2002/Nursing Homes Resident Protection Act of 2002 S.
1336, the "Emergency Resident Protection Act of 1999" would:
CASI provides General Liability, Property and Casualty, and Resident protection services.
Director of the Division of Long-Term Care Resident Protection of the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services: "In July, the state of Delaware passed bills that created the new Division of Long-Term Care Resident Protection within the Department of Health and Social Services to protect long-term care residents from abuse, neglect, mistreatment and financial exploitation.
LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES VOLUNTARILY decertifying from Medicaid cannot transfer or evict Medicaid residents to make room for residents with other payment sources, says a new law signed by President Clinton March 25 known as the Nursing Home Resident Protection Act of 1999.
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