Renowned for their innovation, service, and financial strength, The MetroHealth System of Cleveland consistently earns recognition as the American Hospital Association’s Most Wired Hospital. Since 1837, The MetroHealth System has cared for Clevelanders most basic health needs, handling more than 1.3 million patient visits in 2016, including more than 125,000 emergency room visits. It’s simply one of the busiest hospitals in the country.
At MetroHealth, over 7,300 people come together each day across a vast network of hospitals, clinics, and satellite offices equipped with highly efficient technology that consistently earns the Cleveland-based health care system the AHA’s recognition as the America’s Most Wired Hospital. On their rise to the top, the team at MetroHealth had to find the best remedy for a troublesome issue that most organizations rarely pay attention to… printing cost.
How did PaperCut help?
The issues that plagued MetroHealth in 2012 are no different than the problems that most hospitals seek to cure today. Millions of dollars were wasted each year due to uncontrolled and inefficient printing. One of the largest problems across the organization at the time was employees travelling between locations or departments and simply forgetting to pick up their print jobs.
Not only were reams of paper wasted, with unmanaged printing, units were paying for prints that their teams didn’t generate. It was a billing nightmare. Printing costs were astronomical and there was no simple way to track who was printing without wasting valuable time and money… until Meritech, Inc., Cleveland’s premier copier company, introduced MetroHealth to PaperCut.
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