TBG Wins Five Digital Health Awards for nationwidechildrens.org
TBG (The Berndt Group), a national digital agency and leading Sitecore partner focused on healthcare is proud to announce that the agency won a total of five Digital Health Awards for its work on www.nationwidechildrens.org.
The awards for Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio were for the categories of Responsive Website Design, Web-based Digital Health, Web-based Resources, Website (Silver) and social media strategy (Gold).
This project was the result of close collaboration between TBG and Nationwide Children’s. The project built on over 10 years of intensive focus by TBG on digital transformations in healthcare, for which TBG has won a very large number of awards.
These Digital Health Awards go hand-in-hand with the numerous awards and recognition TBG has received throughout the years—including seven eHealthcare Leadership Awards in 2018 alone! Of the seven eHealthcare Leadership Awards, four were awarded for TBG’s work with Nationwide Children’s. Over the years TBG won many awards, including Sitecore Site of the Year, multiple ADDY® awards, a broad range of healthcare-specific awards and Webby honors (the “Oscars” of the Web).
TBG (The Berndt Group) is an award-winning, national digital agency focused on meaningful digital transformations that combine leading user experience, implementation of platforms and automation, improved digital operations, and the adoption of best practices around personalization and user engagement. We are a leading Sitecore Gold partner, with 10+ years of experience developing major digital ecosystems on Sitecore. Our well-known clients span a wide range of sectors, with a high concentration in healthcare, financial services, and direct-to-consumer markets.
About The Digital Health Awards
The Digital Health Awards recognizes high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals. The awards program is organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), a clearinghouse for professionals who work in consumer health fields. The Digital Health Awards competition is held twice each year in the spring and fall. Using a rating scale of 1 to 100 points, a panel of health technology professionals judges entries based on content, format, success in reaching the targeted health audience, and overall quality.