ASIS International's 2009 President Boasts Patient Focus

November 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2008 Supplement, p28
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The article focuses on the aim of the ASIS International's 2009 president, Mike Cummings, which is to focus on the needs of the patient. As director of loss prevention services at Aurora Health Care in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Cummings brings his business-centric vision to ASIS International which is to give patients with the best healthcare delivery. His additional projects include bringing three separate access control platform into one, upgrading security video, and network accessibility.


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