Hospitals are increasing their printing activity, resulting in a drain on revenue

April 18, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

The average 1,500-bed hospital prints more than 8 million pages per month, adding up to about $3.8 million per year. In the era of electronic health records, it may seem counterintuitive that hospitals would be increasing the volume of their printed documents. But that's precisely the case, and this lack of efficiency is leading to rising costs at a time providers should be tightening their belts.

Read the full article here with comments from Sean Hughes, executive vice president of managed print services of Cynergistek. 

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