NHS Networks major upgrade
NHS Networks has just undergone its second major design and functionality upgrade in a year, as the top level gets a facelift, and we add personal profiles, personal networks and an all new Commissioning Zone.
NHS Networks is constantly undergoing a rolling process of change. We're constantly working to improve, upgrade, tweak, fix and add new functionality to what is already the best networking tool for the NHS, in our opinion.
This week saw the launch of the new, improved Commissioning Zone, with our Intelligent Tagging System making it even easier to find the right commissioning documents from the thousands listed. Commissioners working within the NHS will now be able to connect with each other through dedicated forums, as well as the built in NHS Networks tools set, and sign up for alerts to let them know whenever a new document of link has been added to the Zone.
At the same time, the top level pages of NHS Networks have been revamped and redesigned to bring them into line with the Networks themselves. This means your profile box, with its Networks listing and personal connections listing, is always available, along with links to the nearest relevant forums and latest content.
Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, NHS Networks has added the ability to form personal networks to its formidable array of online networking tools. This means you can now find, connect to, and share information with other professionals working in healthcare, on top of being able to communicate via your Networks groups. We think this will help spread best practice throughout the NHS in a faster, more organic way than has been possible before.