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More than 3,000 healthcare organizations rely on Gordon Flesch Company (GFC) for their printing and content management needs. Should you?
Read on to learn more about the benefits of Managed Print Services (MPS) and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions for healthcare.
Patient care and privacy are top priorities for healthcare professionals. GFC’s Managed Print and ECM solutions help clinics and hospitals ensure compliance and minimize administrative work, allowing you to spend more time taking care of patients instead of patient care.
Vast amounts of paperwork circulate through healthcare facilities. Secure printing, scanning and routing of documents is critical. Modern print technology offers the following benefits and features:
Whether printing consent forms and appointment summaries, or self-adhesive labels for patient identification and care instructions, your critical services and tight schedules demand printers that work when you need them. A business technology and print assessment from an experienced healthcare print provider will help you determine exactly which type of printer you need in each area of your facility.
UW Health of the University of Wisconsin-Madison serves more than 600,000 patients annually and employs approximately 20,000 staff across dozens of sites. This healthcare giant used to purchase print devices as needed and added them to its increasingly complex networked environment. With GFC’s Managed Print Services program, they:
Many healthcare facilities have had increasing demands on their staff and IT personnel in recent years. Working with a managed services provider can help take one more thing off your plate and free-up staff time to focus on critical functions.
Contact the print and ECM experts at Gordon Flesch Company for a free assessment today. We’re here to help.
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