Hospital customers to save $70 million Auxilio, one of the leaders in managed print services in the healthcare industry, recently announced that it's expecting to save hospitals that it's affiliated with in the United States more than $70 million within the next five years.

The company expressed that the cost savings will come from reducing print-related costs and excessive volume by improving efficiency and supply chain management.

“Hospitals are historically paper-intensive organizations, and are under pressure to identify areas of inefficiencies to cut costs without compromising patient care,” said Joseph Flynn, president and CEO of Auxilio. “The key to reducing print costs is to continuously manage the process of document production through end-user education, controlling the spend in the supply chain and initiating sustainability programs to better manage the volume.”

According to a previously released finding from Reuters about waste in the healthcare industry, redundant paperwork accounts for $100 billion to $150 billion annually, which makes Auxilio's move to improve its efficiency paramount to hospitals across the country.

Methodist Health System in Dallas, Texas, also recently teamed up with a supply chain solutions company that helped it significantly reduce supply costs and keep them down, which will also play a major part in cutting costs in the healthcare industry.
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