Publish Date : 25-Jul-2012
AUXILIO Inc., the health care industry’s leader in Managed Print Services (MPS), is aggressively seeking more qualified candidates to apply for positions due to the company’s expanding reach into the U.S. health care market. In just over two years, AUXILIO has more than doubled its workforce and expects growth to continue as it accelerates its strategy and contracts with more hospitals and health care systems.
AUXILIO’s business model includes placing full-time, on-site employees in the care organizations it contracts with to execute its MPS solutions. Since December 2011, the company added 44 new hospitals with hundreds of affiliated clinical, medical and administrative support facilities, growing its national portfolio by over 100%. This surge in new MPS contracts is resulting in rapid job creation for qualified candidates with skills in customer relations, management and print and networking technology.
Presently, AUXILIO is advertising employment opportunities, with competitive compensation packages, in the states of New York, California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Virginia. With new business development opportunities in the pipeline and growth expected to continue, the company anticipates filling several more positions before the end of the year.
“Our company’s MPS business model and methodology are all inclusive for expenses related to the production of a documents including services, supplies, equipment, finance charges and labor saving hospitals and hospital systems millions of dollars over the term of our contracts, which are typically three to five years,” said Joseph J. Flynn, President and CEO of AUXILIO. “As a result, when we earn a new contract, we become an economic engine for job creation to satisfy the customers’ needs. Our model is a win-win partnership for the company, the hospital and for our employees.”
In addition to a robust on-boarding job training program and competitive compensation packages, AUXILIO offers its employees a ‘healthy lifestyle’ incentive program, tuition reimbursement for coursework related to their position and an employee referral program that offers bonuses for referring qualified candidates to work for the company.
“Our number one priority is to provide the highest standard of excellence in the execution of our print services programs and world class service for our customers,” said Paul Anthony, CFO of AUXILIO. “Seventy-five percent of our employees work as members of a full-time, on-site Resident Team in the hospitals we serve across the country. Our goal is to provide our employees with the tools and knowledge to be successful at their jobs.”