So what are the benefits of an eCoalitions.net Healthcare Coalition Website Subscription? What if we told you they should be the same as the requirements for the development of your healthcare coalition detailed in 5.1 of the HHS Public Health Emergency "Development of a Healthcare Coalition?"
1) Simplicity, 2) Cost-effective, 3) Sustainable. Those three coalition development strategies outlined in 5.1 of the PHE development of a healthcare coalition and those strategies mirror the benefits of having your healthcare coalition website designed, developed, hosted, and fully-managed by eCoalitions, LLC.
1) For one annual subscription fee, we do everything for you (simplicity).
2) We do not charge extra for a domain name, membership features, SSL security, hosting, or ongoing website maintenance. We even offer webforms for pet reunification, medical countermeasure ordering, and situational awareness. Want to collect dues or donations on your website? We'll set that up for you. Want to sell t-shirts? We'll set that up for you. It's all included in the annual subscription fee (Cost-effective). *Note: you are responsible for any third party fees.
3) Subscribing to an eCoalitions Healthcare Coalition Website Subscription means that you know what your budget is this year, and next. In fact, for the past four years, we have lowered the cost of our website subscriptions every year. The more healthcare preparedness coalition websites we manage, the lower the cost can be for everyone. Now that is sustainability (Sustainable).
We are the #1 provider of Healthcare Coalition Website Management Services as a Subscription. Our model will provide your healthcare coalition with structure, continuity, a public presence, and secure membership access; all extremely important when developing a healthcare coalition.
For more information and to subscribe, visit our website at: https://www.eCoalitions.net. We offer a free 30-minutes conference call if you would like to discuss your project needs. We look forward to serving your coalition today.
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