Secure Funding For Mental and Behavioral Health With American HealthCare Lending

July 29, 2013

As a provider who works with patients who suffer from mental or behavioral health issues, you understand the importance of reliable medical treatment.     Research from the National Alliance on Mental Illness shows that 70-90% of patients with access to effective treatment experience a substantial reduction of symptoms and can enjoy increased quality of […]


Plastic Surgery Financing Is More Accessible Than Ever

July 22, 2013

Plastic surgery is growing in popularity, but how are patients choosing to fund these procedures? In 2012, the United States saw a 5% rise in cosmetic plastic surgery procedures from the previous year – 14.6 million total. Additionally, 5.6 million reconstructive plastic surgeries were performed in 2012. Although plastic surgery often has positive physical and […]


A Solution For Medical Deductible Financing

July 15, 2013

Recent overhauls to healthcare in the United States have changed the way many companies offer insurance benefits. As a result, many people find themselves facing higher deductibles for their insurance plans. These increases sometimes make it difficult for patients to afford the care they need. American HealthCare Lending has risen to the challenge and is […]


American HealthCare Lending Invites Additional Lenders to Fund Healthcare Loans

July 12, 2013

Featured in:  American HealthCare Lending announces that it is opening up its multi-lender patient financing platform to additional sources of funding in order to keep pace with increased demand for healthcare loans nationwide. This announcement coincides with new technology capabilities on the American HealthCare Lending platform that allows funding sources to select different […]


Funding and Fertility – Finding Healthcare Financing That Works For Your Patients

July 8, 2013

When dealing with fertility issues, patients often feel like things are out of their control. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 6.1 million women in the US between 15 and 44 years old have difficulty getting or staying pregnant.  With costs of one round of IVF treatment averaging  $12,400 and surrogacy ranging […]