Going Green = Easy + $ave Money

While we listen to all the talk about the EMR stimulus and the cost reductions within the healthcare industry that are necessary and while we wait for a plan of action to be set in motion, we are impacting our environment and losing money each and every day by not changing. Waiting for a change has never brought about a positive change nor has it turned any organization, group, family or individual around for the better. However, when an individual makes a change, there is a ripple that is created that causes a wave that moves an ocean.

Sounds impossible? Keep reading...

If an individual doesn't take action, nothing is possible.
There are things you can do every day, that have a huge impact. You don't believe it...

 

Still need to wait for an incentive to change? Take a look at these facts!

  • Currently, there are 12,871,500,000 healthcare billing and payment transactions per year
  • 5,501,625,000 of those transactions are electronic
  • This results in annual savings of $23,605,387,500, 468,214 trees saved, 3,901,625,000 sheets of paper saved

 

Ok, so what does this mean?

It means - if you make some minor changes in your daily routine, you will help cut this deficit which is why we are even where we are in this predicament today – talking about stimulus and cost cutting and billions of dollars.

Start with the following transactions that you are currently doing in your office and make the switch from paper to electronic, the benefits will be multi-fold. Let me break this down:

 

What paper transactions can you start doing electronically today that will positively impact the environment and lead to cost savings?

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