At Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (MOSH), doctors pledge to put patients at the center of everything physicians do. So MOSH needed its new website to prioritize patients, too. Working closely with Jigsaw to develop a design and comps, the hospital and creative agency turned to Geonetric for help creating the online presence that establishes MOSH and the physicians of Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Services (MOSS) as the Midwest’s premier resource for current and prospective orthopedic patients. Among stakeholders’ top goals: Make it as easy as possible for users to learn about and schedule appointments with the region’s top bone, joint and spine specialists and surgeons.
You need to adapt, change and respond to market conditions and consumers. The new Advocate Charitable Foundation site embodies those very principles.
When you commit to using data to reveal trends and inform decisions, it leads to better websites. So when Mary Greeley Medical Center saw that over half of their site visitors come from mobile devices and this had grown by 81% since 2013, they decided it was time to act. Continue reading
What makes a great hospital or health system? The amenities? The number of happy patients? What about the people who represent the brand – your doctors and providers?
Trinity Mother Frances needed a more organized Web presence that accurately represented their superb quality of care, growing roster of employed and affiliated providers, and its vast locations throughout their area. A responsive website was a necessity, too, in order to accommodate the growing number of mobile device users in the East Texas region.
Trinity Mother Frances and Geonetric paired up to create a fresh, spacious design that tells their story as a historic health care provider in East Texas while highlighting their many physicians and providers, and award-winning care and treatment.
Avera knew their employees needed a more centralized location for their internal information, so the organization was proud to unveil its new intranet this month.
For Billings Clinic, telling their story as a regional provider is important. Being able to tell that story to users on desktops and mobile devices is a necessity.
Since 2012, Billings Clinic’s users on mobile devices tripled. Understanding how their existing site and its multiple drop-down menus might be difficult for those users brought them to Geonetric to help tell their story as a wide-service healthcare provider. Continue reading
In the age of healthcare reform, providers are looking for ways to offer patients a more comprehensive and integrated experience. Enter in Noble Health Alliance, a partnership of four Pennsylvania health systems (to date), formed to encourage population health and eliminate redundancies in healthcare.
Noble Health Alliance is based in Philadelphia and was founded 2013. The organization is one of our newest clients, and the first health alliance website we’ve launched.
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) worked with Geonetric to launch their newly-designed website. They sought an updated, clean look and feel, as well as the desire to move to a responsive website that presented all users with the content they need, regardless of device. At the same time, CHOMP knew it wasn’t just about getting a new look. They had to clean house and reorganize.
We hear about healthcare mergers and acquisitions every day. Hospitals and medical groups are frequently joining up to offer more services and resources for their patients. But what does that mean for their Web presence? Most organizations know they need to invest in a great Web presence but are unsure how their Web initiatives will scale as their organization changes. If you’re wondering how to build a site that can grow and change with your organization, read on!
Cone Health has been a Geonetric client since 2012. They launched an impressive new site just before merging with Alamance Regional Medical Center (ARMC). This merger brought up many questions in terms of online efforts:
Deciding how to promote your physicians can be tough. There are so many different ways to highlight your doctors it can quickly get complicated. Let’s not forget about how making sure your physicians are happy also plays into the mix. Ultimately, there is no cookie-cutter approach. The best strategy really depends on your specific situation and figuring out what best supports your overall organizational goals and priorities.
On your website, how do you decide where to place your most important content? On a desktop it’s fairly easy because we know people use the “T” pattern to skim content. If you are like a lot of our clients, you use side panels and place them on your pages accordingly. But what happens to those panels on a responsive site?
If you haven’t given this much thought – now would be a good time to start. Panels on sites using responsive design can fall to the very bottom of the page when a mobile device is used. And this can lessen the effectiveness of your calls to action.
CentraCare Health is comprised of five hospitals, five long-term care facilities, and dozens of clinics in St. Cloud, MN. Like many organizations CentraCare Health is focused on building a brand that promotes the regional healthcare organization.
We recently worked with CentraCare Health to launch a new system-wide site. We pulled all of their individual hospital websites into one VitalSite installation, which allows them to easily maintain all their content (they used DreamWeaver before) and moves support from the I.T. team to the marketing team. We added new functionalty — CentraCare Health is most excited about its new eCommerce features, such as bill payment, Volusion gift shop and event registration functionality. And we wrote new content that focuses on the system benefits and educates consumers about the variety of treatment options offered at CentraCare Health.
If we had to name a client whose staff paid great attention to detail, the award would definitely go to CentraCare Health. We worked very closely with them from contract to launch, making sure they had all the information they needed to make the right decision. It was refreshing to hear them think through their options and collaboratively come up with the right next steps.
Not only is the website a work of art, it’s got some of the best content around. Congratulations to Candace, Kara, Paul and the entire CentraCare Health project team!
Working with great folks like the team at KishHealth System. From day one they viewed Geonetric as the expert and were willing to use our guidance when making implementation decisions. I’m really excited to see where the team at KishHealth takes their new online marketing effort. For fun, I asked the team to send us a photo so we can put names and faces to the project.
KishHealth has two main hospitals in the DeKalb, IL area. They are growing like crazy and the website was part of a larger rebranding effort. It’s one of the first website designs to incorporate a ‘sticky’ version of the main navigation where the navigation bar stays at the top of the page as you scroll top to bottom.
Team Geonetric has yet another satisfied client – thanks to all contributions from every team great and small!
Genesis HealthCare System in Zanesville, Ohio is doing something many healthcare systems across the country are doing – building a new medical center. And they wanted to keep the community informed with the building progress and involved in the project. So we helped them build an interactive virtual tour that does just that.