Adults with disabilities are significantly more at risk of suffering from serious health conditions. In fact, over 62 million Americans are living with some form of disability and the amount of healthcare spending is enormous. What this means for healthcare providers is ensuring that patients with disabilities have equal access to information and care.
With rapid digitization of healthcare operations, activities, and processes, lack of web accessibility can make it increasingly difficult for people with disabilities to receive quality care and services. It even restricts their ability to benefit from fitness, health, and wellness content available on websites of insurance providers and healthcare centers.
Imagine a patient, with some form of visual impairment in need of urgent care, chooses to check-in online to book an appointment only to find that information on the webpage is inaccessible. The patient not only feels discriminated but it also delays access to care. While the goal of the healthcare industry is to drive better care outcomes, limited or poor web accessibility can derail the efforts to achieve that objective. It can severely impact industry players’ ability to improve population health and have legal and ethical implications.
When it comes to web accessibility, healthcare organizations are under obligation to comply with following legal standards, failing which can result in costly penalties and lawsuits, or loss of government funding.
Amnet has been providing publishing services for two decades now. We can help you address accessibility issues and standardize content across all digital platforms and media. Combining advanced tools, technologies, and best practices, we not only help transform existing digital content into accessible formats but also create born accessible assets. From consultation, implementation, remediation to transformation, we provide comprehensive support for every accessibility initiative.
Amnet is well equipped to address web accessibility issues in conformance with the latest Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), enabling you to comply with federal and international accessibility regulations. By removing accessibility barriers, we help your users with disabilities effortlessly interact with websites, devices, and apps. Improved digital accessibility allows you to alleviate legal risk, reassure patients with an equal standard of care, and demonstrate inclusivity.
Equal accessibility to digital communication is critical when it comes to healthcare. Industry players across sectors are increasingly recognizing how digital equality can help improve care outcomes, ensure standardized care, and allay legal and patient health risks. At Amnet, we can help you achieve your accessibility goals in a cost-effective and streamlined way. Amnet powers your content accessibility transformation with top-the-line digital accessibility services in conformance with ADA, WCAG 2.1, and Section 508.
Trained talent pool and usable and extensive resources underpinned by our extensive industry experience, enable us to redesign your content to make it accessible to the widest possible audience. We help you increase the accessibility of your digital communication, meet the needs of a diverse population while ensuring inclusivity and equal care opportunities for every user.