Is Your Website ADA Compliant?
Everyone deserves equal and open access to the internet, and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act has established rules and regulations to ensure those with disabilities are included in online spaces. To be ADA compliant, your website must meet certain accessibility standards, and failure to do so could open you up to potential legal action. But don’t worry! Making your website ADA compliant can protect your healthcare organization and improve the way your clinic or practice connects with patients.
For most medical organizations, ensuring ADA compliance will mean bringing your website up to WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards. Once your website is fully accessible, you’ll reach new patients and enjoy a boost to your brand perception. You’ll be doing the right thing and protecting your practice or clinic at the same time. The PatientX approach makes updating your website to be ADA compliant easier—and more affordable—than ever.