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Ricoh unveils two MFPs designed specifically for healthcare

MP C300HW and MP C300HT help offices, departments and clinics address their unique information management challenges

MALVERN, Pa., April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ricoh Americas Corporation today extended its line of multifunction products (MFPs) engineered specifically for healthcare by unveiling the versatile MP C300HW and MP C300HT.

These color MFPs, which print/copy at 32 pages per minute, help healthcare organizations improve outcomes amid rising costs, changing legislation, security risks and provider consolidation. They complement the healthcare MFPs and printers Ricoh announced in March at HIMSS 2013.

"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."

Users of the MP C300HW and MP C300HT can scan records directly to the customer's secure email systems, folders, FTP sites, document servers and archives. Like its siblings in the Ricoh line of MFPs engineered specifically for healthcare, the MP C300HW enables healthcare organizations to print patient wristbands from electronic medical records without the need for expensive single-purpose thermal printers or extensive configuration. Wristbands today carry an increasing wealth of clinical information, including barcodes, color-coded alerts, patient photos and more. The MP C300HW reduces the typical cost of wristband production by handling media as narrow as 3.25 inches, reducing consumption of expensive wristband stock.

New Teflon-coated paper trays in the MP C300HW and MP C300HT easily accommodate the wristband stock as well as other specialty papers (e.g., prescription paper). The trays' coating minimizes misfeeds for efficient, uninterrupted print runs.

The MP C300HW and MP C300HT also help organizations address their HIPAA compliance and privacy requirements through standard features such as:

  • Locked Print Technology, which holds documents until an authorized user provides credentials such as a password.
  • Hard Drive Encryption, which encrypts address books, passwords and certain data stored on the device.
  • And the DataOverWriteSecuritySystem (DOSS), which protects valuable information by overwriting digital images on the hard drive.

Specifications
The MP C300HW and MP C300HT print paper up to 8.5 inches by 14 inches at a resolution of up to 1200 x 1200 dpi. They include optional faxing and a standard Java VM card that enables customers to easily add on Ricoh and third-party applications to gain powerful new capabilities.

The MFPs are available now at an MSRP of $6,570 for the MP C300HW and $6,260 for the MP C300HT, the main difference being the MP C300HW's wristband printing capability.

To learn more about Ricoh's full line of products, services and solutions for healthcare, please visit www.ricoh-usa.com/healthcare.

For details on Ricoh's full line of products, services and solutions, please visit www.ricoh-usa.com.

| About Ricoh |
Ricoh is a global technology company specializing in office imaging equipment, production print solutions, document management systems and IT services. Headquartered in Tokyo, Ricoh Group operates in more than 200 countries and regions. In the financial year ending March 2012, Ricoh Group had worldwide sales of 1,903 billion yen (approx. 23 billion USD).

The majority of the company's revenue comes from products, solutions and services that improve the interaction between people and information. Ricoh also produces award-winning digital cameras and specialized industrial products. It is known for the quality of its technology, the exceptional standard of its customer service and sustainability initiatives.

Under its corporate tagline, imagine. change. Ricoh helps companies transform the way they work and harness the collective imagination of their employees.

For further information, please visit
www.ricoh.com/about/

© 2013 Ricoh Americas Corporation. All rights reserved. All referenced product names are the trademarks of their respective companies.

Contact:

John Greco
Ricoh Americas Corporation
(973) 882-2023
[email protected]

Jill Searl
Brodeur Partners
(603) 559-5824
[email protected]

SOURCE Ricoh Americas Corporation

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