If you're responsible for a hospital's digital marketing strategy, you may be looking for ways to update it so that it is more modern, user-friendly, and in line with your marketing goals. After all, those are key parts of the best hospital website design. But where should you begin? What kind of design best practices should your hospital be aware of? Website design for hospital and medical organizations can be challenging. Hospitals often have a large amount of information to present on their website, and struggle to do so in such a way that does not confuse or overwhelm their visitors. Additionally, many hospital websites were created several years ago and no longer conform to today’s design standards, making them incompatible or difficult to browse on mobile devices and smartphones.
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