Ensuring accessibility is good for your patients—and beneficial to your facility!
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that your website, as a place of public accommodation, must be accessible to everyone regardless of ability. Making your website accessible means people with disabilities ranging from color blindness to mobility issues will be able to freely use your website.
In this downloadable resource, “ADA & Section 508: Compliance for Your Website,” you’ll discover how making your website ADA compliant can convey significant benefits for your business. For example:
- You can protect yourself from litigation and lawsuits.
- You’ll be able to expand your patient base.
- You can boost your brand perception and reputation.
- Those with disabilities will be able to more fully utilize your website.
You’ll also learn that ADA compliance can mean everything from placing alt-text with your images to double-checking the semantic structure of your website. Even if you’re running a small practice or clinic, you aren’t immune from these requirements.
Starting with a thorough audit of your online presence, the PatientX approach can make your website ADA compliant in as little as 48 hours.
Learn more about ADA compliance and your website by downloading this free resource.