Medical Billing and Healthcare IT Company, NextServices Rolls Out New Green Initiatives Planting 5 Trees for Every New Client

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NextServices added 3 new clients and a new specialty (Neurology) this month and recognizes their continued success by planting a total of at least 15 trees.

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Over 120 employees have found a way to be efficient without needing a printer

NextServices is rolling newer green initiatives within their organization to further reinforce their message and continued focus on building an efficient, environment friendly and mobile healthcare platform. This month the revenue cycle management and healthcare IT company will begin planting trees in honor of each new client that signs up for their web-based, seamless healthcare delivery solutions. The solutions include; medical billing and practice management software, healthcare analytics, mobile electronic health records (Mobile EHR), practice consulting, and more.

NextServices is supporting the planting of 15 trees so far this month in October and plans to plant 5 trees for every new client in the future that adopts our healthcare platform.

According to USDA Forest Service Pamphlet# R1-92-100, trees, "Provide oxygen, reduce carbon dioxide. In 50 years, one tree generates $30,000 in oxygen, recycles $35,000 of water, and removes $60,000 of air pollution."

"We take being "paperless" so seriously that one of our satellite offices functions daily without a single printer. We have over 120 employees that have found a way to be just as productive and efficient without having access to a printer at that facility. We feel it sets a great example both to our customers and to other organizations out there, that it is possible to cut down on paper consumption," said Satish Malnaik, CEO and Co-Founder of NextServices.

For more information on the latest news and developments with NextServices, contact Emily Cole at ecole(at)nextservices(dot)net or (734) 677-7700.


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