HospitalPORTAL - Case Studies

Create a Culture of Collaboration


In October 2014 authorities tracked an Ebola-stricken nurse's travels to Ohio. Panic struck the Cleveland area—and Ashtabula Medical Center immediately began working with Cleveland Clinic on an Emergency Preparedness Plan. Read More



Improving Communication at a Growing Hospital

During the past five years, Union Hospital has experienced significant growth. The employed physician staff has increased from six to nearly 50. A new patient tower and wound care center have expanded the campus. With 1,000 staff members, a thriving health education program, more than 120 daily surgical procedures and 260 affiliated physicians, the hospital needed an intranet that could keep up with the growth. Read More


Meeting the Intranet Needs of Hospital Networks

Due to acquisitions, the 13 hospital Prime Healthcare Services network needed to consolidate several different systems.  Find out how they arrived at to connect 8,000 employees from several different facilities in one central hub. Read More


New Intranet Helps Small Hospitals Tackle Big Challenges

One small hospital in the middle of Kansas had a huge problem:  Two directors left, they lost half their nursing policies, and every department had their own templates with no way to share them with the rest of the hospital. Find out how they used to turn their hospital around and became the envy of the other 18 hospitals in the Pioneer Health Network. Read More


Going Beyond SharePoint

Davis Health System in Elkins, W.V., had a major problem. The medical facility and its 1,000 employees had been relying on Microsoft SharePoint for consolidating data and information since 2001. However, as the needs of the various departments grew, the utility of the system did not. Read More


Easy to Use Intranet Turns Admins into Web Developers

Each week, Stan Fox carved out time to update Pen Bay Healthcare’s previous intranet system — posting new press releases, cafeteria menus or policies and bylaws. Because the system was a challenge for staff without web development training, Fox sometimes had to remote in on days off to make regular weekly updates. Learn how HospitalPortal.NET eased some of Stan's work load. Read More