Content Management System (CMS)

Open Source or Proprietary? 5 Key Issues to Consider

Ken Rickard

// By Ken Rickard // Imagine a healthcare world in which you had to pay a license fee to perform each angioplasty. Or one in which breakthroughs in cancer treatments were never published, but were instead reserved only for a select few doctors and institutions. Medicine, like science, depends on the free exchange of information Read More

After the New Website, What Comes Next?

With so many major changes occurring in every aspect of healthcare, health systems today are advancing into new realms and evolving new models to better serve constituents. This means that before one major project is complete, a new one is already on the drawing board. Such is the case with the digital marketing agenda of Read More

Why Orlando Health Shifted to a Patient-First Strategy

The social media budget at Orlando Health will double next year. But the health system’s social media strategy was anything but robust four years ago when Chantal Stephens came on board as Director of Marketing and Physician Sales. “Social media at the time was a very small part of the marketing story. It was a Read More

The Hospital Intranet: A Powerful Yet Oft-Neglected Tool

Public-facing hospital websites are getting a lot of attention these days. Healthcare organizations are re-platforming and redesigning their sites to achieve organizational goals and live up to consumer expectations of the digital experience. With so many pressing demands and competing priorities, a health system’s intranet may be placed on the back burner for years. But Read More

Drupal the Right CMS Fit for The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

When James Yanek joined The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) in 2011 as Director of Web Strategy, he saw the opportunity as well as the need to redesign the organization’s website, bring it up to today’s standards, and ensure that it was aligned with organizational objectives. The first step was to restructure the Web strategy Read More

Stanford Medicine Chooses New Web Content Management Platform to Achieve No. 1 Priority: Self-Service Content Creation for Non-Technical Users

// By Jane Weber Brubaker // When Stanford Medicine decided it was time to replace its legacy platform, Dreamweaver, and look for a new enterprise Web content management platform, the number-one priority was ease of use by content authors. The Stanford Medicine Web presence consists of more than 200,000 pages; 825 websites; and 500 content Read More