Concord Regional VNA
  • Design
  • UX
  • Intranet

The Remedy: Connecting Nurses And Facilitating Patient Care

Providing in-home care for seniors in the Concord, NH area requires a large team of nurses and professionals working together, and the Concord Regional Visiting Nurses Association needed an easier way to send information, scheduling, and compliance data to their members. CRVNA tapped Altos to make it happen, and we built an all net marketing site and intranet that offers everything they need.

A New Face For Marketing

A New Face For Marketing

Knowing that it’s the children and relatives of CRVNA’s patients who access the site most of all, we crafted a new face for CRVNA that caters to the needs of those clients. That includes easy access to information like CRVNA’s mission statement, services and support, the Annual Report, and even an easy way to make donations. It’s faster, easier, and mobile-friendly - an all around improvement meant to improve user experience.

Easy-To-Access Intranet

Easy-To-Access Intranet

Managing a staff as large as they do, CRVNA needed a way to quickly and conveniently send information out to staff members from one easy location. We built them a complex intranet system, which allows individuals to create their own accounts to stay up-to-date on new staff members and to keep compliant with documents, quizzes, and courses that might be required. A streamlined, simplified Annual Reports site also allows for easy access to automatically imported data for easy dissemination to the proper channels.

Keeping Workflows On Track

Keeping Workflows On Track

Managing schedules for an organization the size of CRVNA requires an easier way for administrators to alert staff as to who is on-call at any given time and how to reach them. This easy staff directory works with the universal calendar to bring scheduling information quickly to the forefront. Plus, with an easy content directory and automated alerts, keeping everyone moving on a day-to-day basis is now a whole lot easier.

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