MFPs and printers’ specialized firmware and locked tray design protect pre-printed prescription paper while robust feature set enables fleet consolidation
Protecting regulated media and confidential patient information is a major concern for many healthcare facilities. These new Ricoh healthcare devices address these crucial concerns with their built-in locked trays that help keep specialized paper, such as pre-printed prescription paper, safe. These features maintain regulatory compliance without the need to invest in additional secure storage. Extra-secure firmware helps prevent unauthorized users from gaining access to regulated media, and an optional card authentication package allows only those permitted to access specific functions on the device.
The RICOH MP 501SPFTL and RICOH SP 5300DNTL models can go a step further by leveraging Teflon-enhanced paper trays to allow wristband and label printing, which have been historically difficult to print on. Labels help keep important information and samples organized and identifiable for nurses’ stations and phlebotomists, while wristbands are an integral part of the hospital admissions process and help ensure patient safety. Labels’ adhesive can accumulate on regular print trays, causing jamming and misfeeds. Teflon-coated trays help prevent this accumulation, but they have historically only been available on specialized label-printing devices. These new devices eliminate the need for – and cost of – those specialized devices. The series’ MFPs also boast a 10.1”-wide Smart Operation Panel and can use RICOH Smart Device Connector to make it easier for those who are authorized to move information quickly, easily and securely throughout organizations.
Ideal for acute, ambulatory and extended healthcare facilities, the RICOH SP 4510DNTE/SP 4510SFTE/SP 5300DNTL/MP 501SPFTL can also be fitted with regular, non-locking paper trays for plain paper or preprinted forms. This flexibility, combined with the versatility of the Smart Operation Panel; the printing, copying and scanning power of the hardware; and the placement options afforded by the devices’ size, creates a single device that can do the work traditionally expected from a larger fleet. As a result, healthcare facilities can leverage these devices to consolidate equipment, enabling them to get more done while taking up less space and spending less money on hardware and maintenance. Further boosting efficiency, this series prints 1,200 x 1,200 dpi quality and offers high page per minute (ppm) speeds with the 42-ppm RICOH SP 4510DNTE and SP 4510SFTE; 52-ppm RICOH SP 5300DNTL and RICOH MP 501SPFTL.
“At Ricoh, we are committed to delivering customized solutions to vertical markets and healthcare is certainly among the most complex, most regulated markets we support,” said Ron Nielson, Vice President, Healthcare, Ricoh USA, Inc. “We realize that this industry must adhere to stringent security, patient experience and budgetary requirements and our solutions aim to directly address them. With this device series, we built the flexibility, speed and security right into the device helping healthcare organizations do more with fewer steps.”
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