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Patient Finance… A BETTER WAY

by Luke Johnson

Nobody wants to turn away patients who can’t afford care. Unfortunately, when your practice relies on insurance reimbursement or elective care to stay open, that’s often what happens. 

The result is people who don’t get care, or get less care than they need — not to mention revenue lost for your practice.

High deductible insurance plans are the most affordable option for many people. Unfortunately, they also rely on liquidity that many people simply don’t have. 78% of full time workers in America live paycheck to paycheck, and many can’t afford an unexpected bill of six thousand dollars (or more).

In addition, a lot of people need care that isn’t covered by insurance providers. Unless they can secure a loan, procedures that will improve their lives are held out of reach.

Allowing your patients to independently finance all or a portion of their costs gives them access to the care they need — and ensures that you don’t have to turn away those in need.

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