1. How to Reduce Employee Burnout with Patient Financing

    Poor employee well being is associated with a higher prevalence of medical errors. It’s no wonder then that healthcare providers are looking for ways to improve employee morale. But why are healthcare employees dissatisfied in the first place? According to a 2016 review, burnout is to blame. How c…Read More

  2. How to Get Patient Financing with Bad Credit

    Medical loans are a great option for people who have poor or no credit and need medical care now. That’s because these programs offer ways for you to connect with loan providers to help cover medical costs. If you’re interested in getting patient financing with bad credit, here’s how to do it.…Read More

  3. Why You Need Patient Financing to Do No Harm

    If a patient hasn’t paid their medical bill in six months, they won’t pay it at all. According to Becker’s Hospital Review, 64% of patients abide by that rule. People want to take care of their medical bills but, with the rise of high-deductible health plans and out-of-pocket costs, it may see…Read More

  4. 3 Reasons to Use Patient Financing Over Medical Credit Cards

    Patient financing is the best way to pay for medical bills. Surgeries and medical procedures are expensive, especially for patients who don’t have insurance. Uninsured people often choose to take out a line of credit or apply for a medical credit card because they think this is their only option. …Read More

  5. Patient Financing Industry Opportunities and Threats

    The patient financing industry is about to experience a period of growth. According to IBIS World’s Patient Financing Industry US report, revenues have already increased by 3.3% annually since 2015. In 2019, the industry is projected to see an even larger rise in revenues due to an overall increas…Read More