AUXILIO Renews Managed Print Services Contract with Saint Alphonsus Health System Worth $12 Million

Contract includes early renewal of the System’s largest campus

MISSION VIEJO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AUXILIO, Inc. (AUXO.OB), the pioneer in Managed Print Services (MPS) for the health care industry, announced a renewal of its comprehensive master service agreement (MSA) for its MPS program with Saint Alphonsus Health System (SAHS) through 2016 which is worth approximately $12 million in revenue over the life of the contract. SAHS is a 714-bed organization with four hospitals in the Northwest, including Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center (SARMC) - the largest campus and one of AUXILIO’s earliest MPS customers since 2007. Signaling further validation of the value of AUXILIO’s unique MPS program to the health care industry, the MSA results in an early renewal for SARMC. SAHS has over 4,300 employees, a medical staff of more than 950 and is a member of Trinity Health, the fourth-largest Catholic health care system in the country.

“Health care is undergoing a seismic change in how it provides care to patients, shares information, reduces waste and controls costs,” said Joseph J. Flynn, president and chief executive officer of AUXILIO. “We are proud to have earned the confidence of this prestigious institution and will continue to work hard with our SAHS partners to help them redirect scarce resources back into patient care and meet the demands of federal mandates toward meaningful use compliance and their overall strategic goals.”

“AUXILIO’s Resident Team members have consistently demonstrated to us that they are true partners with our leadership and caregivers,” said Adrian Wengert, SARMC Supply Chain Director. “Their innovative and customized strategies align their MPS program in ways that precisely support our strategic goals of delivering quality patient care to the communities we serve. Our electronic records strategy and implementation in 2010, was a prime example of how we all worked together on a complicated and complex transformation to achieve a common goal.”

AUXILIO was a key member of the SARMC Genesis Project to coordinate and implement electronic health records (EHR) management into its clinical and business practices. The AUXILIO Resident Team conducted a complete document process and workflow audit of each area of the hospital and delivered an in-depth situational analysis that examined usage patterns and efficiency needs. The outcomes of this extensive review contributed to the successful implementation of SARMC’s EHR, a smooth transition toward hardware and software interoperability, continued volume reduction and maximized document management process efficiencies.

Since AUXILIO’s start in 2004, the company has been on a trajectory of growth and success. AUXILIO is the only MPS company in the U.S. that works exclusively in hospitals and health care system and which provides full-time, on-site Resident Teams to its hospital customers. The company has achieved 100 percent customer retention as the preferred MPS company at over 700 health care entities, including acute and specialty care hospitals and hospital systems, administrative and support offices, and other medical and clinical care facilities. Its unique, vendor-neutral business model benefits its customers by delivering the “highest value, best price” with every hardware manufacturer. Today, AUXILIO manages over 3 billion documents and nearly 30,000 devices of all types and models, while serving over 100,000 caregivers across the nation.

About AUXILIO, Inc.

AUXILIO, Inc. is the pioneer of managed print services for the health care industry, working exclusively with hospitals and hospital systems throughout the United States. We are vendor independent and provide intelligent solutions, a risk free program and guaranteed savings. AUXILIO assumes all costs related to print business environments through customized, streamlined and seamless integration of services at predictable fixed rates that are unmatched in the industry. We work collaboratively to assist our health care-partners in the delivery of quality patient care. The service and solutions provided by our on-site Centers of Excellence professional print strategy consultants deliver unparalleled customer service across the industry. For more information about AUXILIO, visit www.auxilioinc.com.

Forward Looking Statements

This release contains certain forward-looking statements relating to the business of AUXILIO, Inc. that can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as ``believes,'' ``expects,'' “anticipates,” “may” or similar expressions. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, including uncertainties relating to product/services development, long and uncertain sales cycles, the ability to obtain or maintain patent or other proprietary intellectual property protection, market acceptance, future capital requirements, competition from other providers and other factors that may cause actual results to be materially different from those described herein as anticipated, believed, estimated or expected. Certain of these risks and uncertainties are or will be described in greater detail in our Form 10-K and Form 10-Q filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which are available at http://www.sec.gov. AUXILIO, Inc. is under no obligation (and expressly disclaims any such obligation) to update or alter its forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.



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