Can Anyone Request To Start A Page?
Yes, if you feel an organization, company, hospital, pediatric cardiology office, physician, surgeon, non-profit organization, advocate, or blogger deserves to be featured or highlighted on Heartwaves.org page, then please fill out a form on the Start A Heartwaves.org Page. As long as the company is affiliated, in some capacity, with the field of Pediatric Cardiology or congenital heart defects, then we will add the page.
Is it necessary to have a request for a page completed before a page is actually created?
For hospitals and other businesses, Heartwaves.org will create the pages for these organizations, so that the Heartwaves.org community will have access to the latest updates on these facilities. The information will be provided by third party sources and will not be created as original content by Heartwaves.org. Heartwaves.org will source the content provider, so there is no miscommunication on how the content or information was derived.
For many of the bloggers and advocates, we would have to have a request and approval from the actual person. Someone, other than this individual, can request for a specific individual's blog or advocacy efforts to be featured with a Heartwaves.org page. However, we will have to have approval from this blogger or advocate, as we do not want to feature an individual blogger or advocate without their permission.
How long does it take Heartwaves.org to create a page?
Once a request to "start a Heartwaves.org page" is submitted, the team at Heartwaves.org will create the page as soon as possible. The time is dependant upon the number of request that are currently being made at the time of the request.
What if there are changes that need to be made to an existing page?
Heartwaves.org has a "Request A Change" Page that can used as a resource for any changes. There are no time tables for when the changes will be made.
What if I cannot find my hospital, Pediatric Cardiologist, Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon, or Pediatric Cardiologist office featured with a Heartwaves.org page?
It will take time for Heartwaves.org to develop the list of pages. However, it is our goal to feature all organizations with a Heartwaves.org page. So, if you see someone or something related to CHD, that does not have a page, please fill out the "Start A Heartwaves.org Page" form.
What if I want a specific logo or picture to be placed on the page?
Any specific logo or picture request should be sent to email@example.com.
What is the purpose of these pages?
Heartwaves.org is the HUB for CHD information. The goal is to provide CHD families with comprehensive information for all of their CHD needs. The intent is to positively promote all organizations, companies, facilities, advocates, etc. that are a part of the CHD world. It will never be our intent to misrepresent any of these organizations in any manner, as a Heartwaves.org page is for positive promotion of all CHD organizations and individuals.
What if an organization or company featured on a page wants to delete or cancel the page?
Heartwaves.org hopes that all organizations find value in the pages. However, it is understandable that not all organizations will want to be featured with a page. If an organization is featured, but wants to be taken down from the site, please click here. The intention of the Heartwaves.org pages is to bring positive and informative content to the families and friends of CHD patients.
Can you guarantee that all of the information is 100 percent accurate and correct?
All of the information gathered will be sourced and credited. Heartwaves.org will not create any of the information. So, the information on the Heartwaves.org pages will likely come straight from the organizations website or a credible third party (publishing company, website, etc.). Heartwaves.org is simply serving as a HUB of CHD information, so CHD families can find the information they are searching and be linked to these pages for further information.
So, Heartwaves.org cannot guarantee that all of the information is completely accurate. However, because of the nature of the content published on these pages, the content is coming straight from the organizations website or other credible sources. Therefore, it is extremely rare that one will find misrepresented or inaccurate information.