What We’ve Been Working On - March

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  • hooheals

    In a constantly changing medical landscape with new advancements, new trends to follow and the latest health scares to be mindful of, it can be difficult to keep up with the plethora of information that often circulates. That’s where hooheals.com comes in.

    hooheals® provides objective information and decision-making support that is 100% patient-centric. Where others provide simple marketplace solutions, hooheals puts the patient and their health outcomes first.

    In a bid to strengthen their online service offering that initially targets consumers of healthcare in Singapore and the surrounding region, hooheals engaged Totally to assist with the redesign of their website and the development of hooheals Assist.

    With an interface that undeniably stands out from other healthcare portals globally, hooheals is positioned to capture the large wave of consumers who are embracing more streamlined user experiences.

    Launched earlier this month, the new website features an improved navigation, user interface and an overall brand refresh. A searchable online directory can also now be accessed through the website, providing the latest healthcare and pharmaceutical information.

    In addition, healthcare navigator service hooheals Assist was also launched in conjunction with the new site. Taking into consideration a patient’s healthcare needs and personal preferences, the healthcare-matching application assists hooheals’ team in identifying one or more treatment providers for the patient based on detailed insight on doctors.

    With stage one of the project successfully completed, we look forward to working with hooheals and rolling out the next stages of this innovative health portal over the coming months.

    With stage one of the project recently completed, we look forward to working with hoolheals and rolling out the final stage of this innovative service over the coming months.
     

    World Malaria Day

    Malaria Consortium is one of the world's leading non-profit organisations specialising in the comprehensive prevention, care and treatment of malaria and other communicable diseases at global, regional and local levels.

    As part of a global awareness campaign in 2008, Malaria Consortium launched World Malaria Day - a virtual campaign aimed at raising awareness about the disease and engaging individuals, private businesses, civil society organisations, and policy makers.

    Now into World Malaria Day’s sixth year of operation and looking to further raise awareness of the incredible progress and action against malaria, the Malaria Consortium approached Totally Communications to redevelop the World Malaria Day website.

    With improved functionality, design and navigation, the new site will have a particular focus on generating a greater level of engagement - both between users and with the World Malaria Day campaign.

    Despite being preventable and treatable, malaria causes up to 3 million deaths and 500 million cases in a year. It is an absolute pleasure to work on such projects in support of such an important and worthy cause. The new site will go live in the coming weeks.

    World Malaria Day is April 25, 2014.
     

    Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP)

    Totally is pleased to announce the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) as a new web development client.

    Established in 2008, HQIP manages and promotes national, regional and local quality improvement programmes in health and social care throughout England and Wales.

    Looking to improve the design, usability and accessibility of their online presence, Totally will be working with HQIP to redevelop their existing website. The new site will be built and managed using Totally's content management system Pelorous.

    We are very excited to welcome HQIP on board and look forward to working with them on this redesign.
     

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