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Albert Einstein Healthcare Network turns to WorkflowOne for document management contract

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Dayton, Ohio - WorkflowOne, a leading provider of print management, marketing and distribution services today announced today that the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network (AEHN), a private, not-for-profit organization, has awarded WorkflowOne with a contract for document management services for the healthcare organization's nine major facilities and numerous outpatient centers. WorkflowOne will be the sole provider for the duration of the contract, which includes complete document management solutions required by a staff of approximately 6,000 AEHN employees.

Healthcare organizations spend over $7 billion on print and document management services annually, according to Hot Markets 2010 by Vincent Mallardi, C.M.C. and WorkflowOne is a supplier to four of the top five healthcare group purchasing organizations in the U.S., representing more than 8,000 acute and non-acute care facilities.

"WorkflowOne has a long track-record, with relationships that span more than a decade, in the healthcare industry," said Jeff Moder, healthcare Vice President for the company. "We are honored that Albert Einstein Healthcare Network has selected WorkflowOne and we look forward to a long and productive relationship by providing creative and cost-saving solutions as well as superior service for many years to come."

WorkflowOne also provides analytical services and technology-based solutions to help healthcare organizations manage their brand-related spend, in addition to document and print management services. These services include print lifecycle baseline assessments and output management analysis to assist with determining the optimal ways to produce, store and distribute documents. Recommendations cover the role of internal print shops, better ways to manage fleets of copiers and desktop printers and advice on migration to electronic medical records.

 

 

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