e-Healthcare - Online presence

Nothing promotes your services better than real results
from actual patients.

Kadnetwoks has designed and developed many websites for businesses in healthcare and medical industries. Medical websites need to provide easy-to-understand information about their practice, services and products and provide information for both current patients and prospective patients.

If your you’re thinking of having a well-crafted, dynamic and professional websites for your Hospital, HMO’s, Directories, pharmacies, then you’re in the right place.


The wave of self-service that has swept through other
industries is hitting healthcare.

Today there is no doubt that all companies including medical organizations need their sites. It’s impossible to imagine a successful clinic without its Internet representation. However, curiously enough, there are still those who don’t understand the significant role a medical web resource plays. But this is by no means the only problem. And another one is how hospital website design should look like in order to attract the maximum number of visitors and increase owners’ profits.



More and more potential patients are looking for the necessary information
on the Internet when choosing a particular clinic.

#1. A strong recognizable brand

A site is an important item on the list of any branding strategy. It is not only the main communication channel with the potential client but also the opportunity to create a distinctive image of a reliable clinic employing highly qualified medical personnel.

And keep in mind, website design for the hospital should suit your corporate style.

#2. Competitive struggle

By ignoring the opportunities of web resources, medical companies deprive themselves of a significant part of the customers’ flow, and therefore they play second fiddle when competing with those hospitals and healthcare institutions that make full use of the potential of the Internet. It means they don’t receive additional income.

#3. Patient Expectations / FAQs

It is helpful to have a single page explaining what to expect during the first visit or for a particular procedure. The more information your patient has upfront the more at ease they will be during the procedure or walking into your office for the first time. FAQs can be used and categorized based on procedures, billing practices, visiting policies, etc

#4. Clear Calls-to-Action

What do you want visitors to do when they come to your website? Make sure you direct them with clear calls-to-action such as Schedule an Appointment, Find a Doctor, Contact Us, and Tour our Hospital.

#5. Case Studies / Before & After

Testimonials are a great asset to your website along with before and after photos if relevant to your services. Nothing promotes your services better than real results from actual patients.

#6. Blog

Utilize a blog on your site to share industry news, community events and announcements with your visitors. This will keep your site looking fresh and encourage your visitors to come back to see what’s new – whether that be a new procedure that you’re offering, a new doctor, updated office hours or a community event that you will be sponsoring.
Building a healthcare website that incorporates all of these elements can be overwhelming but Wide Web Marketing has the experience in healthcare website development to help you succeed.


Access to electronic health records/ electronic medical records is the most desired feature that very few hospital apps have.

Mobile apps are being integrated into healthcare systems worldwide to improve care, provide health-related information, and help patients manage their own health. Within hospital management there are a number of problems that can also be addressed with mobile solutions.
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  • Appointment scheduling. Both doctors and patients should have a calendar where they can book and change appointments. Consider integrating reminders that notify users about upcoming events and a payment system.
  • Wayfinding and navigation. To improve patient flow and satisfaction, provide route finding assistance to the hospital, indoor navigation, and parking help. Consider an in-app queue placement system to eliminate waiting times. For wayfinding functionality, you will need both beacon and geofencing technology.
  • Electronic Health Records (EHR). Most patients don’t know how to access their medical records and don’t remember their medication history. Most physicians want patients to be actively involved when it comes to managing their health information, and there is an increased demand from people to access their own records. With EMR app integration, doctors can easily identify conditions and make informed decisions on an individual basis, and patients can review their treatment protocols. There’s still the big issue of data fragmentation, which leads to treatment delays – perhaps hospital applications should seek ways to unify records from different providers.
  • Prescription management. If a hospital supports electronic prescriptions, this can be integrated into the facility’s app. Along with access to medical records, having prescription refills is among the top requested features among ehealth users. Check out our blog post on drug delivery applications to learn how electronic prescriptions can be shared and allow users to order medicines online.
  • Telehealth. Sometimes it makes sense to replace follow-up visits with online calls. To enabling this, you can integrate various chat options in a hospital app. For more details, read our post on telehealth app development.
  • Emergency calls. Users should have the option to make a one-tap call via the app.
  • Condition-specific instructions. A hospital app can provide valuable information regarding chronic illnesses to either educate the general public or improve care planning for patients with chronic conditions.
  • Basic health monitoring and wearable support. The health information gathered by patients via wearable devices or fitness applications can also improve treatment processes. Consider integrating popular wearables and tracking apps.
  • Internal communication and document exchange. To improve interaction and communication between different hospital workers, integrate an internal chat function. It should be secure and used on hospital-owned devices. For more details, read our post on secure messaging. If there’s a need to scan documents, you will need visual recognition technology.
  • Patient traffic and facility management. Room occupancy, staff status, and medication inventory can all be tracked via hospital app.
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