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Medical Website Design: Jedi Credibility via Technology

Shared by Radhika Narayanan | 4 107 1 | about 3 years ago

In the case of a medical emergency, a successful clinical portal has to meet the following two conditions at once: it should pop up in the back of the person’s mind and at the front of search results. To achieve this level of influence, your medical website’s design needs that wicked Jedi mind power to attract visitors, engage them and make them come back again and again.

A resource’s ultimate goal is to become a patient’s Master Yoda guide to the twists and turns of their health. A great medical website is able to meet patients halfway, educate and comfort them, and leave them more confident about their well-being.

Supported by cutting-edge technologies and breakthroughs, healthcare is one of the most important industries for human lives. Unfortunately, only examination and treatment are subject to first-priority innovation (for example, in vitro diagnostic medical equipment developments). So, persuading a caregiver to revamp or optimize their medical website can be challenging, as this effort is far outside their focal point.

So, the first question is – why should health providers pay extra attention to their websites?

An integral part of the Meaningful Use criteria, patient engagement, encourages individuals to contribute to their own well-being, thus reducing readmissions and improving care outcomes.

And the first tool to provide effective patient engagement – hug your patients at the doorstep, shake their hands and lead them into a physician’s office – is your website.

We’ve gone through a number of top clinical websites and noticed that they have several common characteristics. These are only some key features, but they will help your medical website stand out from other health resources.

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