3 Ways to Use an Intranet for New Hire On-boarding

By HospitalPORTAL | 9/13/18 10:00 AM

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Bringing on a new member to your team is a very involved process. There is a learning curve for your employee who is new to your systems and processes and there is also a lot of information to input so that your new employee can get started in their new position. One of the ways to make this process smoother is by managing the on-boarding process using your company’s Intranet. An Intranet is a powerful tool and a central hub of information that contains a variety of features to facilitate the on-boarding process seamlessly.

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5 Reasons You Should Purchase a Healthcare Intranet vs. Build One

By HospitalPORTAL | 8/28/18 8:00 AM

medical staff using intranetYour company’s Intranet acts as the central communication hub and information repository for the entire organization. Such a critical component of your organization’s infrastructure should be chosen with extreme care. As you decide on what type of Intranet to choose, you will ultimately be faced with the choice to buy a ready to deploy Intranet software, build an Intranet from the ground up, or add to your existing homegrown or SharePoint system. By exploring these 5 reasons why you should buy a ready-made Intranet, you can determine whether or not this is the best option for your hospital.

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3 Ways to Prioritize Your Intranet Portal with Minimal Effort

By Jason Oshita | 5/1/18 8:00 AM

supportHost your Intranet on your vendor’s cloud

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Hospital Intranet and Policy Implementation is Sending IT on Vacation

By George Ciesielski | 9/22/15 8:26 AM


Does your hospital REALLY need an Intranet, Policy & Procedure system or both but your IT department vacation.jpgjust doesn’t have the time and resources to implement one? 

The role that the IT department plays in such implementations has dramatically changed over the years as more and more people become technically savvy and comfortable utilizing technology to ease their daily lives.

In the not so distant past if a hospital had an intranet site it was 100% managed by the IT department meaning that whenever ANY piece of information needed to get published on the intranet site the end users would forward the change to IT which would then eventually complete the requested change(s). And for policies and procedures the process was even more miserable with 100% manual approaches to proofing, reviewing, approving and publishing of policies. Typically the end result was mass printing of the policy and manual update of binders throughout the organization.

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