How To Improve Patient Safety With Your Intranet

By Jason Oshita | 4/25/17 11:00 AM

With so many factors involved in the healthcare sector, it’s possible to lose sight of the Depositphotos_42812197_original.jpgbig picture at times: helping others. Keeping ethical practices and patients safe is a main concern to organizations, the patients themselves, and their loved ones. There are many ways an Intranet can help improve patient safety. We’ve listed some of them below.

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How Marketing Is Changing In 2017

By Jason Oshita | 3/7/17 11:00 AM

With technology, culture and trends always evolving, its only makes sense that marketers need to Depositphotos_10284510_xs.jpgupdate the way that they communicate with their audience as times change. Greystone published a 2-part article about the marketing trends they predict to see for 2017, covering areas like content, channels, customers, technology and techniques. Now that we are well into 2017, we looked back and have listed some of our favorite takeaways here – from the trends we have seen, to the ones we’ve tried to incorporate, to the great ideas we have yet to implement!

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Star Ratings and Patient Satisfaction

By Anne Sweeney | 1/10/17 11:00 AM

CMS Hospital Star ratings have made an impact on patient satisfaction by creating transparency and Depositphotos_42812197_original.jpggiving the patients more control in making informed decisions on what is best for them.

Despite it’s intentions, controversies have swirled around the program, including the introduction of the Hospital Transparency Act to delay the updates of the program, stating the calculations for the ratings were incorrect.

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Engagement Tips For Your Healthcare Website And Employee Portal

By Jason Oshita | 11/15/16 11:00 AM

 

It’s no secret that your employee portal and your website serve two different functions, have two Depositphotos_24863797_original.jpgdifferent voices and take on two different personas. Your Intranet works to consolidate all functions within the workplace, automating processes and communications with other staff members. In short, your Intranet focuses on engagement between employees so that you can carry out the best possible work. The portal is behind-the-scenes. Your website, on the other hand, is the face of the organization. It serves to market your practice to the public. It engages patients and tries to reach out to potential new patients. Here are some tips on engagement with your healthcare website and your employee and staff Intranet.

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