Rolling Meadows, IL, July 29, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- HospitalPortal.net announced the addition of a new client, Women’s Care Florida, in Tampa, Florida. Women’s Care purchased a Full Intranet Content Management System that includes a built-in Policies and Procedures solution, along with training and implementation packages.
The new client’s goal is to go live in one month with a mix of both offsite and onsite training. A new portal and P&P system will allow Women’s Care to manage their 60+ locations around the Tampa area and 1,100+ full time employees. Their staff looks forward to utilizing the many healthcare specific library components as well as the advanced policy management workflow and reporting tools to keep their organization compliant.
“Our current system had become a bit dated and stale. We were looking for a good overall refresh and a partner who could assist with delivering on a new site design,” said Cliff Hogan, Chief Information Officer. “We like the clean, modern look and feel of HospitalPortal.net. We are also impressed with the different add-ons and site design options in general.”
Women’s Care Florida is committed to improving women’s lives. HospitalPortal.net is working with them to get their new system up and running so that they can continuing expanding services and quality women’s care. They hope this union will allow them to help more Women’s Care organizations in various states with their internal communications programs.
“Being a patient of a local Women’s Care here in Illinois, I am so excited to be assisting Women’s Care Florida with their new Intranet and Policy Management project. We are confident that our solution can greatly influence their day-to-day processes from day one, and we are eager to guide them through the best practices of internal communication and policy automation,” said Anne La Francis, Director of Sales and Marketing for HospitalPortal.net.
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, team collaboration, and emergency prevention/response tools.