Why Your Website Needs to be ADA-Accessible | Infographic

by | Dec 3, 2021 | Infographics, Practice Services

How the Americans with Disabilities Act Relates to Medical Websites 

Medical sites are equipped to accommodate those with disabilities, and healthcare entities must think of their website as an extension of these facilities, especially when more and more patient engagement happens online

How can a website be ADA-accessible? 

A website can accommodate sensory impairments and disabilities affecting vison and cognition (like dyslexia). For example, a website is configured to allow a screen reader to do its job without obstruction. 

What does an ADA-accessibility tool do? 

A website accessibility tool gives the user control of the visual experience so they can better interact with the interface. From the easy-to-access menu, users adjust elements to suit their needs such as text size, screen contrast, spacing, and more. 

Make your website easy to use for ALL patients with the ADA-accessibility tool from Medical Advantage powered by iHealthSpot! Our tool allows patients with impairments to make needed website adjustments so they can enjoy the convenience of the online experience. Call 800.594.6115 for a quote. 

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