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The Theft Prevention Guide for Senior Living

The Theft Prevention Guide for Senior Living

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Theft is an issue facing healthcare facilities of all sizes. In senior living facilities, money and medications can be stolen-not to mention the problem of identity theft. Perpetrators can include employees, visitors, residents, or vendors. Without policies in place, it is difficult to prevent or even investigate these incidents.
The Theft Prevention Guide for Senior Living provides tips and actionable advice about theft prevention in senior living facilities, with a focus on the areas most vulnerable to theft. Author Stefanie Corbett, DHA, aims to help operators and staff protect their residents from financial exploitation, as well as other forms of theft, through prevention and early intervention. Recognizing warning signs and building awareness among staff and residents is crucial in all residential settings.
This book will walk you through four key actions for protecting your residents from theft:
  • Prevent-implement training and foster awareness
  • Recognize-spot the warning signs and take action
  • Record-document your findings
  • Report-tell the appropriate authorities and trigger responses
    Table of Contents: Chapter One: Fighting the Theft of Linens and Laundry
    Chapter Two: Food Service Theft: Stopping the Dollar Drain
    Chapter Three: Theft of Facility Equipment and Technology
    Chapter Four: Protecting Resident Health Information
    Chapter Five: Protecting Residents from Identify Theft
    Chapter Six: Safeguarding Resident Property
    Chapter Seven: Reducing Theft from the Front Office
    Chapter Eight: Employee Drug Diversions
    Chapter Nine: Preventing Fraud and Embezzlement
    Chapter Ten: Pre-employment Screening
    Chapter Eleven: How to Involve the Entire Staff in Theft Prevention
    Chapter Twelve: Theft Prevention via Improved Access Control
    Chapter Thirteen: How to Conduct Effective Interrogations and Undercover Operations

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