In 2007, health care company UPMC launched an enterprisewide managed print services program in an effort to cut printing costs, energy waste, and its carbon footprint. Since then, the health care provider has reduced its number of output devices, including printers, faxes, and copiers, from 18,000 to 8,800. Those devices, all Energy Star compliant, include multifunction printers and printers. All are compatible with the organization's network applications, including electronic medical record apps, and are set to two-sided print. The company is now is printing approximately 22.8 million fewer pages per year than it was in 2007.