A new AHA case study highlights innovative strategies from New York-Presbyterian to reduce workplace violence risk. Based in New York City, the 11-hospital health system uses electronic medical record flagging, behavioral risk assessment and mass casualty event training to prevent and mitigate workplace violence incidents. 
 
For more evidence-based tools and strategies to assess violence risks and make the care environment safer, see this recent issue brief from AHA’s Hospitals Against Violence initiative.

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