Paul Baratta

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:

    Securing pharma with video surveillance

    Depending on the sector the challenges of safety and security vary, as the level of protection needs to be adjusted to the circumstances. One of these special fields is (bio)pharmaceuticals. Protecting staff, products and information are one of the main concerns and biggest challenges in the biopharma sector. In the past few years, the pharma […]

      How to Bridge the Gap Between Healthcare Security and Law Enforcement

        This post is also written by guest author, Robert “Mickey” Watson, CHPA, CHEP, Operational Consultant / Risk Specialist at Skynet Integrations LLC. Read more about Mickey at the bottom of this page. What is the role of law enforcement professionals in healthcare settings? In the case of a violent incident at a healthcare facility, […]

        How to drive physical security and IT convergence in healthcare

        This post is also written by guest author, Sean Owens, PSP, Director of Security Technology & Non-Acute Care at Lee Health. Read more about Sean at the bottom of this page. In an evolving healthcare landscape, staying on the cutting edge is vital to any hospital’s survival. To thrive as a healthcare facility, it’s more […]

          How can video improve patient care?

          Healthcare facilities have long used video for protecting people and property, but how can traditional video surveillance be used to improve patient monitoring and care? A complement to telemetry for critical care monitoring Cardiac monitors, ventilators, infusion pumps… The machines that medical professionals rely on to sustain life and monitor the critically ill, can also […]

            Top 5 strategies for reliable fall detection

            According to the World Health Organization, falls are the second leading cause of accidental or unintentional injury deaths worldwide. And a staggering 37.3 million falls are severe enough to require medical attention each year. A wide range of factors contribute to fall risk, such as environmental hazards, illness, neurological and mental conditions, muscle weakness, poor […]

              Improving healthcare and operational efficiencies with modern security solutions

              Healthcare facilities are some of the most demanding and complex businesses to operate and secure.  Hospital logistics involve constant movement among staff and patients that breed inefficiencies—both in terms of costs and processes—and can raise safety concerns. Nonetheless, it is essential that all individuals and objects have the ability to flow freely. For example, it’s […]