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White paper: Five strategies to improve your healthcare print device fleet management

by Michael Campana
 

Ask your healthcare staff and I’m certain they’ll tell you that few things disrupt workflow like copiers that won’t copy, printers that won’t print or scanners that won’t scan.

 

Few things disrupt workflow like copiers that won’t copy, printers that won’t print or scanners that won’t scan.

 
But what if we told you that by taking a proactive — rather than a reactive, “time to call the help desk,” approach to print device fleet management, you could not just save your clinicians from untold frustration and wasted time, but also improve your organization’s bottom line?

Learn five effective ways to benefit from becoming more proactive about your devices in our white paper, “Five Strategies to Improve Your Healthcare Print Device Fleet Management.”

Learn about an analytics solution that is remotely implemented, administered and delivered as a service — not just through traditional software. You’ll also learn what gains you can expect by upgrading to this kind of proactive, data-driven print management system, including:

  • Less downtime, more uptime: Your IT can prevent downtime and service calls when they have the right information about when devices are due for routine maintenance, how supplies are being used and when usage maximums will be reached.
  • Improved efficiencies: By assessing staff needs against device type and location, you can optimize workflows and take inventory management to the next level.
  • Proactive device fleet management: Knowing when certain devices are overused, underused or near the end of their lifecycles allows your fleet management team to take proactive steps, such as replacing devices at the optimal time or adding devices in high-use areas.
  • Fewer billing issues: Print devices can often report inaccurate volumes, leading to incorrect billing and time-consuming audit and correction processes. A device fleet team can address this on the front end with alerts that compare print volume to historical device duty cycles over time.
  • Reduced risk through device security settings: With the ability to identify and audit the security settings of your organization’s devices, you can optimize enterprise settings on an ongoing basis to reduce security risks.

Five strategies to improve your healthcare print device fleet management

Learn how Information as a Service solutions can help you seamlessly and cost-effectively manage print device fleet functions, allowing your staff to focus on providing high quality, efficient patient care. 
 
Michael Campana
Michael Campana joined Ricoh in 2012 as Senior Manager of Healthcare Marketing. He brings 27 years of experience to the role to lead the market positioning and strategy for Ricoh’s healthcare industry vertical in the Americas. Campana began his career in the healthcare industry upon graduating from the University of South Florida. He has worked for a number of healthcare organizations, including most recently Siemens Medical Solutions Health Services.