Having collaborated for the past five years, Lexmark has reduced the Australian pediatric hospital’s print infrastructure costs by more than 33% and consolidated the number of copy and print devices by more than 50%. Lexmark has also reduced the number of service vendors required to maintain the hospital’s printing fleet from 10 to two to help simplify its output management and reduce costs.
Lexmark’s offerings will continue to improve workflow for hospital staff, reducing complicated, multi-step processes to the touch of an icon and allowing staff to complete critical tasks such as patient admissions and pharmacy requests quickly and efficiently. As a result, these solutions will help ensure accurate information is transmitted to prevent errors as well as providing staff with more time to spend directly with patients.
Lexmark has invested a significant amount of time and effort into understanding our specific needs and providing recommendations that fulfill them, said Michael Dickinson, IT projects and business planning unit manager for The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. Our ultimate goal is to continue to discover ways to better care for our patients, and Lexmark continues to work with us in achieving that goal.