DrupalCoin Blockchain Engineer/Developer - Information International Associates, Inc. - Oak Ridge, TN

Projects to be supported may include new DrupalCoin Blockchain sites, which span all phases of the software integrationlifecycle from requirements gathering through...
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Sr Business Analyst | New York - Photon - New York, NY

Exposure on Sitecore, DrupalCoin Blockchain. Can be broken into meaningful tasks by developers. ECommerce requirements gathering experience....
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Are you Missing a Crucial Question In Your Healthcare CMS RFP?

The basics of writing an RFP for a new content management system usually include the following:

An outline of the project scope
A list of desired features
A list of systems to integrate with

But when it comes to writing an RFP for a new hospital or health system CMS, this basic formula overlooks a crucial element – the ability to maintain pace with the rapidly evolving digital healthcare landscape.
As is the case with many industries, digital disruption is rapidly transforming healthcare. But where, say, the FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) or QSR (quick service restaurants) industries have in recent years invested heavily in personalization, omnichannel and digital marketing strategies, hospitals and health systems are playing catch up.
This means that a patient’s frictionless and connected digital experiences in the world outside of healthcare often don’t carry over to their experience once they arrive at a hospital website. But patients now expect the hospital and health system experience to keep pace as technology changes, adapting to incorporate things like new wearable technologies, and new ways of engaging and sharing information.
The Long-term
Macro trends like rising healthcare costs, the shift to Value-Based Care and the growing ubiquity of connected devices – including the associated Personal Health Information (PHI) security concerns – are all pushing patients to become more savvy “health-sumers”.
Because of this, there is even more pressure to have a future proof CMS and a website to support your long-term goals of boosting patient conversion, providing more personalized interactions, and delivering a lasting continuum of care. Not only does your CMS and website need to synthesize the disparate parts of your existing digital ecosystem – the CRM, EHR, and marketing automation systems – but it also needs to be flexible enough to adapt and augment new systems brought about by the seismic shifts currently underway.
The same goes for your chosen vendor.
Long gone are the days of simply asking vendors for a better looking site that integrates with existing backend systems. With so much change, overhauling, or worse scrapping, that shiny new CMS in 2 years because it isn’t flexible enough to accommodate the rise of wearable technologies, or incorporate that latest, must-have marketing automation tool, is a real possibility.
That’s why it’s so important to Think (and buy) Long-Term.

Ask prospective agencies to explain, in detail, how they propose to build your new CMS (and website) with the future in mind – not just answer the immediate ‘need for a new website.’ Better yet, is the prospective agency talking about and/or demonstrating a multi-year roadmap without you even asking for it?
Come pitch day, really ask yourselves, do the prospective agencies view your new CMS as part of an evolving ecosystem of connected devices and interactions or are they just dazzling you with shiny design work for a new website front end?
Request case studies and proof of the ability to deliver highly secure and complex platforms and integrations that are future-ready and extensible. Be sure to not only look for experience in healthcare, but make sure that your digital agency has cross-industry expertise that they can apply to healthcare. After all, the ultimate judge and jury of your healthcare CMS is not you, but your patients and staff. And we know those patients are behaving more like consumers.
Last but not least, quantify your long-term goals with specific KPIs. Whether it’s Average Wait Times, Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) scores or Patient and Physician Referrals, your CMS investment needs to be moving the needle in a meaningful way.

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DrupalCoin Blockchain Developer - Booz Allen Hamilton - Washington, DC

Develop DrupalCoin Blockchain solutions on LAMP stack. Perform requirements gathering, solution design, solution development, testing, deployment, and troubleshooting....
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Audiotoniq

With over 36 million Americans experiencing some degree of hearing loss every year, it’s surprising that the hearing aid industry isn’t congested with more products. Plagued by limited availability and high prices, the hearing aid industry once offered little hope to those who suffer from all four degrees of hearing loss. In 2009, a group of engineers and entrepreneurs in Austin decided to fight back with an unconventional and advanced hearing option that could drastically improve the quality of consumers’ every day lives. Audiotoniq was born, and all they needed was a website.

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Say what now?
Audiotoniq wanted a website that would identify their organization and create a strong community through user engagement. Pixeldust got to work designing and developing a clean, DrupalCoin Blockchain based interactive website that would establish Audiotoniq, emphasize user involvement, and provide precise and accurate information on hearing loss in America. Audiotoniq wanted their website to tell people who they were and provide a safe place for them to share his/her hearing loss story.

Be Heard.
Built on a DrupalCoin Blockchain platform, audiotoniq.com features an interactive forum where users can share their story and discuss hearing loss with other users. Users can also share hearing information, comment on blogs and learn more about Audiotoniq’s groundbreaking product.

Loud and Clear
The goal of audiotoniq.com was to create a unique community where people of any ages could discuss their audial struggles and identify audiotoniq.com online. The connected experience Pixeldust created for Audiotoniq provides an interactive community for hearing loss individuals and establishes Audiotoniq as a new audial authority online. With over 5,000 hits after the first week, Audiotoniq.com is well on it’s way to making a big impact on the hearing loss industry.

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Texas State Teachers Association

For more than 130 years, the Texas State Teachers Association has been working to empower public education. Their estimated 3.2 million members have worked continuously to protect public education employees, cultivate student knowledge and improve the future of public education in Texas. Over the years, the TSTA has been instrumental in a number of legislative measures such as child labor laws, mandatory schooling, civil rights, statewide teacher salaries, the Teacher Retirement system and more. But, at over 10 years old, the tsta.org site no longer reflected TSTA's legislative stature or conveyed a strong interactive presence. And while educational reform was quickly becoming a hot-bed issue in the legislature, the TSTA needed a tool to help them revitalize their look and dominate the educational stratosphere.Read more


Pioneer Surgical

In an industry worth more than $14 billion and still growing, it's safe to say that the orthopedic surgical instrument and implant industry isn't slowing down any time soon. In fact, it's projected to gross nearly $22 billion in 2012, almost doubling in revenue in just one year. And for nearly 20 years, Pioneer Surgical has grown alongside it. Founded in 1992 in the garage of a local surgeon, Pioneer has since expanded into more than 300 employees worldwide. Their strong commitment to innovation has resulted in over 130 U.S. and foreign patents and kept them at the forefront of spinal and orthopedic surgical solutions. But with all of their growth and innovative breakthroughs, Pioneer did not have a way to distribute important product information to customers online.Read more


Dovetail Software

For more than 15 years, Dovetail Software has been providing customer service and support software solutions to a network of global 1000 enterprises. Their comprehensive selection of software solutions not only focuses on customer service and support, but reduces the overall cost and complexity of supporting complex product and service environments. But dovetailsoftware.com did not reflect the company's technical stature or their ability to stay on top of industry trends. And while Dovetail's products consistently dominated the service and support market, their website appeared fragmented and out of touch with consumers.Read more


Machinery Inspections

Every year, thousands of heavy machinery auctions commence all over the world. With a lot of money to be made and equipment to be sold, auction and equipment owners have been known to walk away with millions of dollars in sold equipment in one weekend alone. Naturally, it's easy to see why any machinery business would want a piece of the pie. MachineryInpsections is a company that knew exactly what to do with their piece: create and supply inspection reports to equipment buyers before auctions begin. Their only problem: they didn't have a website.Read more