Ricoh Introduces Two MFPs for Healthcare

Ricoh Americas Corporation releases the versatile MP C300HW and MP C300HT to update its multifunction products (MFPs) range designed specifically for healthcare.

These new releases complement the healthcare MFPs and printers Ricoh announced in March 2013.They can print/copy at 32 pages per minute. With these machines, healthcare organizations can improve outcomes despite rising costs, changing legislation, security risks and provider consolidation.

The MP C300HW and MP C300HT enables users to scan records directly to the customer’s secure email systems, folders, FTP sites, document servers and archives. With the MP C300HW, healthcare organizations can print patient wristbands from electronic medical records at a low cost. Wristbands carry morel information, including barcodes, color-coded alerts, patient photos etc..It helps reduce the typical cost of wristband production by handling media of 3.25 inches, reducing consumption of expensive wristband stock.

New Teflon-coated paper trays in both new releases easily accommodate the wristband stock and other specialty papers. The trays’ coating minimizes misfeeds for efficient, uninterrupted print runs.

The two latest modes also help organizations address their HIPAA compliance and privacy requirements through standard features like Locked Print Technology, Hard Drive Encryption, and the Data Over Write Security System (DOSS).

“These MFPs are designed specifically to provide the features, attributes and performance that our healthcare clients require to meet their toughest information management challenges,” said Dominic Pontrelli, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Ricoh Americas Corporation. “We’ve learned over decades of experience working with these clients that they need business information solutions that are flexible, easy to use, efficient, customizable and secure across the entire continuum of care.”

The MP C300HW is now available at $6,570 and the MP C300HT at $6,260.

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