The nation’s leading Managed Print Services (MPS) company for health care, announced today that it was awarded a five-year service agreement by UCSD Health System, operators of the prestigious UC San Diego Medical Center, UC San Diego Thornton Hospital and the UC San Diego Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center. With over 850 physicians and 565-bed capacity, the UCSD Health System is the region’s only academic health system for over three million people in San Diego County. UCSD is also part of the prestigious University of California academic system which includes 10 major universities and five teaching hospitals.
“We are very excited to start 2014 by earning the confidence and recognition of this world-class institution,” said Joseph J. Flynn, president and chief executive officer of Auxilio. “We have a proven track record of providing the highest standards of excellence for our customers while implementing cost saving managed print services and look forward to helping UCSD Health System manage patient care now and well into the future.”
UCSD Health System awarded their multi-year managed print services contract to Auxilio following a comprehensive RFP process. Officials cited Auxilio’s depth of health care industry experience, guaranteed cost savings and exceptional customer service combined with an all-inclusive assessment process proved Auxilio to be the superior choice. As the managed print services programs are implemented, all stakeholders look forward to the cost savings while maintaining and improving patient care.
About Auxilio, Inc.
Auxilio is the leading provider of Managed Print Services for Healthcare. A true Management Services company, our focus is to provide turnkey managed print services to our Healthcare clients through situational analysis, strategy development and implementation. We help health systems streamline and align processes and infrastructure to create manageable, dependable print management programs that reduce cost, increase employee productivity and meet and exceed our customers’ patient care standards.
Founded in 2004, Auxilio serves a national portfolio over 100 health care facilities and manages over 1.6 billion documents annually from over 50,000 devices supporting over 250,000 caregivers. Our business model is vendor neutral (we do not sell hardware or software products) and provides full-time, on-site customer service and technical experts at all locations. Our expanding client list includes Catholic Health East (PA), Bon Secours Health System (MD), The Johns Hopkins Health System (MD), Sharp Healthcare (CA), Memorial Care Health System (CA) Sutter Health (CA), St. Joseph Health System (CA), Barnabas Health (NJ), California Pacific Medical Center (CA) and St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center (ID).
For more information about Auxilio, visit www.auxilioinc.com.
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