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Orlando, FL, United States, 2011/08/16 - Intellavia celebrates as client achieves distinguished honors - The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has officially granted Florida Hospital for Children Magnet Recognition status, as part of its Magnet Recognition Program® - Intellavia.com.
Intellavia, a full-service marketing group in Orlando, Florida, attended the conference call gathering where it was announced The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has officially granted Florida Hospital for Children Magnet Recognition status, as part of its Magnet Recognition Program®, which honors hospitals for excellence in nursing.
The Magnet designation makes the Walt Disney Pavilion the only hospital in Central Florida to receive this prestigious recognition. Moreover, only seven percent of the nation's hospitals have earned this distinction.The Magnet Recognition Program honors the outstanding contributions of patient care clinicians as demonstrated through excellence achieved in leadership, clinical practice, innovations and positive outcomes. In addition to the Magnet recognition, Florida Hospital for Children was also cited for exemplary status in six areas, including community and educational partnerships, and analysis and tracking of nurse satisfaction.
Intellavia (intellavia.com) was in attendance as the technology partner that developed the electronic version of the Magnet submission to the ACNN. Formerly, the 700+ pages of the documented submission were compiled and delivered in hard copy format. For efficiency, the hospital wanted to streamline the delivery process without sacrificing quality or the incredible amount of hard work that goes into preparing the tangible documents and meticulous compilation of corresponding resources.
Intellavia quickly understood the magnitude of the project and worked closely with the Magnet Leadership Team to ensure all technical requirements were met. This included developing a highly-organized content delivery system with an index that followed all guidelines - along with a one-click PDF export for printing. There were over 700 pages of text and nearly 500 corresponding resources and digital assets.
Ultimately, Intellavia created a highly searchable, user-intuitive, secure and protected website to deliver materials validating the outstanding contributions of patient care clinicians at Florida Hospital for Children.
"We are incredibly happy that the ANCC has officially granted Florida Hospital for Children the Magnet Recognition status," said Jourdan Hathaway, Director of Client Services at Intellavia. "We are especially proud of this project. Many of our team members, including myself, have had personal encounters with the nurses there. We have whiteness first-hand what the designation validated - they are among the best nurses in the country and the care given is excellent at every level."
Intellavia partners Marc Piparo and Joe Sharpe founded the company leveraging the proven techniques and philosophy of User-Centered Design (UCD) to create effective web-based business solutions. At the heart of every project is ensuring usability goals are met - a critical undertaking with the organization of 700+ pages of content.
Marty Csercsevits, lead programmer on the electronic submission project stated,"It was such a great feeling to see the tireless dedication of the nursing team be recognized among the top 7% in the country. For us, it was one of those times when the marketing function goes beyond the boundaries of aesthetics or commerce - but rather focuses on the human capacity to care for one another. 300 programming hours pales in comparison to what these nurses do every single day."
Intellavia looks forward to leveraging best-practices and lessons learned to other hospital organizations embarking on the The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program via electronic submission.