Olympus is partnering with Practis, and its Encounter Health program, to provide hosted online patient education content to customer websites.
Encounter Health subscribers will be able to subscribe to patient education content created by Olympus for laparoendoscopic single site-surgery, or LESS.
Physicians who perform LESS can subscribe to the Olympus Encounter Health content feed or develop a program microsite with patient education content specific to these procedures.
If you are interested in the Olympus Encounter Health program, please email info @ practisinc.com. You will be added to the waiting list and notified when the program launches this summer.
Practis Inc just launched a new, custom site for Gyn Cancer & Pelvic Surgery, LLC. The gynecologic oncologists at Gyn Cancer & Pelvic Surgery are directly involved in all aspects of their patients’ care, including if needed surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and supportive services. Read the rest of this entry »
Merit Medical is partnering with Practis and its Encounter Health program to provide online patient education material on Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE).
Encounter Health subscribers will be able to subscribe to content created by ask4UFE, a patient-education campaign sponsored by Merit Medical. ask4UFE is an educational resource that helps educate women about uterine fibroids, symptoms, and treatment options, including UFE. Physicians who perform UFE procedures can subscribe to the ask4UFE content feed or develop a microsite with content that is specific to UFE.
If you are interested in the UFE content program, please email email@example.com. You will be added to the UFE waiting list and notified when the program launches this summer.
Practis Inc, a full-service healthcare marketing company, is excited to announce the launch of a custom site for Atlanta Women’s Obstetrics & Gynecology. Atlanta Women’s Obstetrics & Gynecology provides care to women in Atlanta at every stage in their lives, including general gynecological care, obstetrical care and menopause treatments. Read the rest of this entry »
The main goal of every medical website is to translate your visitors to patients. This is typically done by adding calls to action on your website.
A call to action can include everything from contact forms to buttons to social media subscriptions. Though having a call to action on the site is important, it’s also important to focus on how the call to action looks on the page.
Here are a few tips on making the most of a call to action.
When building a website, it’s important to focus on everything from content to colors to photos in order for it to perform well. Here are a few tips to guide you in finding the right photos for your website. Read the rest of this entry »
Practis Inc. is excited to announce the launch of a new, custom site for Williamsville Pediatric Center. Williamsville Pediatric Center is a pediatric healthcare group that includes six, board-certified physicians and four highly-trained nurse practitioners. They provide care to families throughout Western, New York, including Buffalo, Williamsville, Lancaster, Amherst, Lackawanna and Clarence.
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There are many options when you’re considering online marketing for your website. Unfortunately, not all SEO companies produce the long-term, strategic results that you would expect to receive from your investment. In fact, the size and name recognition of the company you’re dealing with may not matter. Read the rest of this entry »
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