A live Q&A for digital accessibility in the Healthcare industry, Level Access Chief Accessibility Officer Jon Avila answers questions from the audience.
Learn what people with disabilities want healthcare organizations to know about inaccessible websites.
Level Access Founder & CEO Tim Springer shares hard data and insights on digital accessibility trends, new developments, and key projections for the year ahead.
This 2020 State of Digital Accessibility Report compiles the results of this year’s survey of over 1100 professionals across industries and job roles who shared.
Self-service tablets and kiosks can be found in just about every industry, from self-check-in at the doctor’s office to self-checkout at the grocery store. Due to COVID-19, more organizations are exploring self-service options to help their customers and employees maintain physical distance whenever possible.
Amidst all the uncertainty and increased focus on public health, people will be asked to make all materials accessible. That will include: websites providing critical.
Original Presentation Date: January 16, 2020 We get it, healthcare providers need to comply under a lot of accessibility laws. Section 1557, Section 504, ADA.
If you receive funding from HHS or other federal agencies, the law requires you to make your information and communications technology accessible to people with disabilities. If you have not audited your systems for accessibility, that is a great place to start.
Thanks to the unanimous ruling from White v. Square, slip op. at 16 (Cal. Aug. 12, 2019), a formal agreement or willingness to transact with.
If you’re a smaller healthcare company looking to scale, becoming digitally accessible to your customers is a must…and may soon no longer be an option
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