Posts Tagged ‘web based’

Client Testimonial – LRG Healthcare

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

LRGHealthcare LogoWe’d like to take a chance to highlight another client that has been using the Intranet Portal for about a year now. Red Hutchison from LRGHealthcare came to us from a CIO peer referral. We were able to work with LRG Healthcare and implement the portal within just a few weeks.

The main reason why LRG Halthcare went with our Intranet Portal was because of the ability to easily customize the site for the needs of the organization. Often times we find that this is important for such a large organization because typically there are multiple people or departments that are managing content on the intranet. Additionally LRGHealthcare has been pleased with the ongoing support they receive from our Technical Support team.

To read in detail some of the great things that Red had to say about us and our system check out the official press release here.

Managing Schedules With A Web Based On-Call Schedule Manager

Friday, September 24th, 2010

HospitalPortal.NET On-Call Schedule ManagerIt’s been reported that the first baby boomers will be reaching the retirement age of 65 within the next year. Along with the aging of this very large demographic hospitals and healthcare organizations are beginning to grow in order to support this influx of patients and with that hospital staff sizes have increased. Administering staff communications within the hospital can be streamlined with the implementation of a hospital-wide intranet but there’s more to an intranet than just communications.


Hosted vs. Installed: A Hospital Policy and Procedure Manager

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

There are many different vendors that provide a variety of policy and procedure management solutions. Almost every solution offers the same feature and benefits – often times there are two distinct versions of the application you can go with. One is a hosted version that the vendor manages and the other is an installed version that operates off your in-house servers. While a hosted version may be good for some businesses, it’s important to consider an installed policy and procedure manager in a hospital for the following reasons: