About Paul Baratta

Paul Baratta is the Business Development Manager for healthcare for Axis Communications. In this capacity, he is responsible for developing strategies and building channel relationships to expand Axis’ presence in healthcare markets. Paul has over three decades of experience building market share in the health care space, and he has served as Chief of Police for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as well as spent 26 years in local and college campus law enforcement. He is an active member of many health care associations including the Healthcare Working Group for SIA and IAHSS among others.

Posts by Paul Baratta:

    Preventing workplace violence in healthcare

    Workplace violence is declining, so why is it still so prevalent in healthcare facilities all over the world? A recent 2022 survey from National Nurses United (NNU) revealed significant increases in staffing issues, workplace violence, and moral distress compared to the previous year. Nearly half of hospital nurses (48 percent) reported an increase in workplace […]

      Network intercoms: Keeping patients safe and secure

      Over the past few years, healthcare facilities have been under immense pressure. While the pandemic has now eased, many hospitals and long-term care facilities remain resource-strapped and understaffed. How can you continue to provide quality care amid rising staff shortages? With limited funding, what can you invest in to help your facilities long term? As […]

        How remote patient monitoring safeguards patient care and optimizes workflows

        The healthcare sector has seen some of the most significant advances in technology. From hospital-based machinery to health trackers, technology providers are continually innovating to help practitioners monitor patient health. Despite these innovations, healthcare facilities – and particularly hospitals – remain under resourced. Many are still recovering from the impact of the peak of the […]

          Securing long-term care

          Long-term care is not only an area of professional focus for me. It’s also important to me on a personal level. Like so many others, I have experienced the decline of an elderly parent and witnessed their journey through the managed care system. Sadly, I have also lost a loved one who contracted COVID-19 in […]

            Wearable devices in healthcare: What’s the role of body worn solutions?

            Wearable technology has been prominently part of public safety for years, and its usage has only continued to grow within this market. Most recently, the usage of body worn, or wearable devices, have grown in the healthcare market as well, particularly in the traditional security sense with security officers who wear them while on duty. […]

              Safeguarding patients, providers and PPE in today’s healthcare environment

              Innovation in the field of healthcare is nothing new. Over the centuries we’ve seen a rise in new surgical devices, treatment protocols, and medicines to combat disease, physical frailties, and other medical challenges. But there’s another area where innovation is occurring, and that’s in the way clinicians are interacting with their patients. Today, tele-health visits […]