the expense of the various forms, envelopes, ribbons, postage, printer
maintenance and labor that it takes to get bills and collection letters
into your patients hands. Then consider your "soft cost"
such as lost opportunity cost of employees, vacations, social security,
insurance, profit sharing and other benefits. When you add your hard cost
to your soft cost, you will no doubt find that you are spending far more
doing your own printing and mailing than you would by outsourcing it to
How do we do it?
Instead of buying forms and envelopes in the thousands, as most who print
and mail in house do, we buy in the millions. By virtue of the time and
money we have invested in software, we are able to pre-sort, bar code
and do much of the work normally done by the post office. This means that
instead of paying normal first class postage rates, we qualify for lower
rates. Instead of running a piece of equipment for a few hours a week,
we get the most out of that equipment by running it sixteen hours six
days a week. Print and mail outsourcing is our business and specializing
in it allows us to enjoy the economies of scale. All this and more equals
less time and money that our clients spend when they outsource to us.
Call us today to compare your actual cost of printing and mailing in house
with our cost of doing it for you. You will be glad you did.