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Healthe Care Australia

Healthe Care is one of the nation’s largest privately-owned healthcare organisations. It’s simple philosophy of empowerment unites people with the right tools, information, and services necessary to take control of their health. It operates a strong portfolio of 35 hospitals – including 2,500 beds and 70 operating theatres – across major cities and key regional areas in Australia and New Zealand.

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Overseeing fragmented and costly websites

Procuring 35 hospitals across Australia and New Zealand meant Healthe Care also possessed numerous complicated websites. It needed a single centralised and scalable website framework that supported both current needs and future growth.

This solution would prevent the fragmented, costly method of building a new website each time a new hospital was acquired, saving Healthe Care hassles in the long run.

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Optimised for SEO and mobile. Tested by patients

Yump developed desktop and mobile design prototypes based on stakeholder insights that were extensively tested by patients accessing four main service areas: surgical, maternity, mental health, and rehabilitation. We also conducted SEO research to find the most strategic keywords for each hospital type.

However, the highlight of this project was the ground-breaking cloning tool we built. It allowed Healthe Care to replicate a selected website theme for each new hospital. All these technical capabilities were then brought to life using Craft CMS.

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Scalable, cost-effective, and patient-friendly

Healthe Care Australia’s digital transformation was a resounding success. The new website framework met business objectives, stakeholder expectations, and patient needs – while remaining mobile-optimised, SEO-focused, and user-friendly.

It also provided a scalable and cost-effective foundation for any hospitals that become a part of the future Healthe Care network, saving the organisation more than $500,000 in three years.