Improving patient outcomes in today’s healthcare environment means carefully weaving a strong clinical practice with a sound financial program. Whether your revenue is derived primarily from elective care or insurance reimbursement, a properly designed, and carefully implemented, financing solution can enhance revenues by providing more patients with affordable access to quality care.
A Customized Solution
Our experts work with you to select a financing platform1 that meets the specific needs of both your patients and your practice:
Installment loans are perfect for one-time, episodic care. This platform features credit limits up to $65,000, prequalification with no effect on credit scores, dozens of available plans, and a mobile app.
Revolving credit lines are ideal for recurring procedures with multiple visits. Patients can be approved for credit lines up to $25,000 while promotional credit options are available to enhance affordability.
Based on your specialty and your selected platform, we’ll help you build a customized financing solution to support the types of procedures you provide, your fees, fixed costs, and other business requirements
LendingClub Provides patients with payment plan options for elective dental procedures. They offer low monthly and affordable payment plans with no prepayment penalties, and no hidden fees. LendingClub application process is easy and approval is quick.
No initial payment
Extended plans start in the low APR rates
Easy application process and quick decision
No prepayment penalty
Offered by a stable and experienced company, the Wells Fargo Health Advantage credit card program offers a comprehensive range of financing options. Wells Fargo Health gives you the flexibility to receive general or more complex dentistry work now and pay over time with financing.
Special financing plans allowing you to pay over time
Easy-to-understand monthly statements
Competitive Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
Online account management and payment options
Revolving line of credit that you can use over and over again