AUXILIO, a Managed Print Services (MPS) company for healthcare, announced an addition to its long list of hospitals that the company will assist.
According to Daily Finance, the deal with Citrus Valley Health Partners, a company of 3,000 employees located in Covina, California, will allow AUXILIO to provide managed print services to three different hospitals in the San Gabriel Valley, which will no doubt improve the care of over one million patients.
“AUXILIO’s comprehensive assessment of our print environment and the savings they will generate through improvements in our print production workflow and document management processes was well beyond our expectations,” said Roger Sharma, CFO of Citrus Valley Health Partners to Daily Finance, “We look forward to developing a strong, sustainable, cost effective business partnership with AUXILIO as we launch its print services program in our hospitals.”
The statement comes after AUXILIO announced, according to The Street, it had a record-setting year in 2012, which saw it double its national portfolio to over 80 hospitals and increase revenue growth over 50 percent.
“We have achieved significant growth in the number of new contracts and hospitals we successfully integrated with our MPS program this year,” Joseph J. Flynn, president and CEO of AUXILIO said to The Street regarding its announcement, “All the while saving hospitals more than $70 million over the life of their contracts.”
With such a positive increase in the company’s growth, AUXILIO expects a positive outcome in revenue for 2013.
“We are excited to start the year by earning the confidence of another great health care system like Citrus Valley Health Partners,” Flynn said to Daily Finance, “The results will be sustainable improvements in each of the hospital’s business processes involving print that will benefit the entire care organization now and well into the future.”
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