Libertyville, IL, June 30, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Spring 2016 Digital Health Awards presented a Merit Certificate to Cass County Health System and a Bronze Certificate to Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital for Best Intranet. The awards are classified as web-based digital health, and the Intranets are powered by HospitalPortal.net.
Cass County Health System of Atlantic, Iowa, utilizes their Intranet, The Vine, to connect employees with each other as well as provide secure patient information and easily-accessible policies and emergency preparedness tools.
“We are delighted to win the Merit Award,” said Marketing Specialist Ann McCurdy. “The Vine has become an important tool for our organization’s day-to-day communications, and our employees are still coming up with new uses for it all the time. It is exciting and rewarding to see the site flourish, and to see it have a positive impact on the work we all do.”
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital, a nonprofit hospital located in Los Angeles, California, uses their Intranet to streamline and simplify communication and work flow.
“We are very honored to receive the Bronze Digital Health Award for best Intranet,” CEO Elaine Batchlor said. “As a brand new hospital with state of the art technology, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital regards our Intranet as a crucial tool in making sure all of our staff has access to necessary resources as well as giving them a place to easily communicate on the various projects happening throughout the hospital.”
The Intranets are judged by a panel of health technology professionals based on a rating scale of 1 to 100 points for overall content, user experience, and success in reaching a Healthcare audience.
About our Company: HospitalPortal.net is a software company that specializes in developing Hospital Intranets and Policy document content management systems. Their goal is to improve workplace communication, processes and workflow while giving healthcare staff simplified access to built-in policy, social engagement and vital patient information.