AUXILIO enters into three-year service agreement with New Hanover Regional Medical Center

Published on February 5, 2014 at 7:46 AM · No Comments

AUXILIO, Inc. (OTCBB: AUXO), the nation's leading Managed Print Services (MPS) company for health care, announced today that it has entered into a three-year service agreement with New Hanover Regional Medical Center, the largest health care provider and largest employer in the greater Wilmington region of North Carolina. With 729 beds and numerous specialty treatment centers, New Hanover Regional Medical Center significantly affects the economy of the area and the livelihoods of thousands of people who make this region home.

"We are honored New Hanover Regional Medical Center has chosen AUXILIO for their managed print services," said Joseph J. Flynn, Chief Executive Officer, AUXILIO Inc. "To have such a prominent health care system that is also a leading organization in the community they serve in the beautiful and thriving North Carolina coastal region further validates our business model of reducing health care costs while delivering high quality services."

"New Hanover Regional Medical Center's commitment to care and the community is evident in our quality, depth of services, and financial stability that has persevered in unstable times," said Avery Cloud, Vice President and CIO, New Hanover Regional Medical Center. "Our new relationship with AUXILIO is another example of our commitment to sound business practices to control costs while maintaining our high standards for patient care."

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