Plastic / Cosmetic Surgery Financing: Help Grow Your Business.

November 7, 2014

The days are long past when patients and doctors could focus solely on health and nothing else. With all the complexity that comes when working with insurance companies, Medicare/Medicaid, and a patient’s given financial situation, medical care can come in as a secondary concern for many people. More

The Benefits of Financing Bariatric Surgery

November 6, 2014

Bariatric surgery is becoming a very popular procedure as findings show that it can help people overcome and manage health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, and high blood pressure. More

Top 3 Ways to Save Your Medical Practice Money – Is Patient Financing One of Them?

September 30, 2014

General operating costs for multispecialty practices have increased 52.6% since 2001, according to the Medical Group Management Association. With the rising cost of healthcare, many offices are looking for ways to save money without lowering the quality of care. We have organized the top 3 ways in which these practices can save money and stay in business. More

Financing for Cosmetic Surgery

September 25, 2014

As cosmetic surgery procedures grow more advanced and natural looking, more and more people are interested in making a change. Whether it’s to repair damage done by an accident or simply to boost personal self-esteem, cosmetic surgery can More

Financial Health- Loans for High Deductibles

August 27, 2014

The health of individuals and their family members is always the number one concern people have weighing on their minds. A very close second is the cost of keeping everyone healthy. Naturally, a patient’s main concern is the health of themselves or their loved ones. Sadly, due to the rising cost of healthcare and coverage, the amount a patient is willing to spend for healthcare is becoming an ever more prevalent factor in how a patient will receive care.


Mental and Behavioral Health Financing

August 13, 2014

Receiving behavioral and mental health treatments can drastically improve an individual’s quality of life. Having good mental health can strengthen our ability to have healthy relationships, make good choices and also reduce physical health problems as well. Anxiety and stress can cause problems such as heart disease, ulcers and colitis. Psychological problems that are not treated such as drug and alcohol abuse has also shown to increase choices that contribute to other health problems. More

American Healthcare Lending Increases Upfront Customer Payments by 200%, Saves $90 Per Use of DocuSign for Salesforce

July 29, 2014

After using DocuSign Inc.’s (DocuSign®) Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform, American HealthCare Lending has experienced a 200% increase in upfront customer payments.  Employees at American HealthCare Lending and the healthcare providers they are working with, have been impressed by the ease, speed, security and convenience of DocuSigning contracts which can be completed any time on any device.   More

DocuSign: American HealthCare Lending Accelerates Provider Onboarding with DocuSign

Customers work with American HealthCare Lending because it offers the best rates in the patient financing  industry, and because it is the only finance provider to offer multiple lenders on the same platform. Using DocuSign, American HealthCare Lending has successfully eliminated the costs associated with paper contracts and accelerated processing. More

Who Can Afford the Healthcare They Need?

July 24, 2014

Improving access to healthcare does not always save money. In today’s health care industry, lawmakers want to increase quality, increase access and decrease spending all at the same time. But there will always be trade-offs among quality, access and cost. It may be possible to improve one or two of these categories, but not without the other taking a hit. The majority of the time, in order to get the best medical treatment, patients need to spend more, save longer or pay a high deductible. For many, the extra cost may be worthwhile and something that can benefit the patients overall health. More

The Skinny on Bariatric Surgery Financing

July 9, 2014

Despite an overall increase in awareness of healthy eating, 27.7% of Americans are now obese, according to a study by Gallup-Healthways. A further 35% are considered overweight, indicating that the diet and exercise advice that is so prevalent in our world today simply isn’t that effective at motivating people to lose weight. More

What Would YOU Do With A Spare $30,000 . . . Have A Baby?

July 7, 2014

You may have read articles last year discussing how the prince of England’s emergence from the womb cost around half of what the average American pays to deliver a baby. And it’s not because Prince George of Cambridge just happened to be an especially low-maintenance fetus, no – maternity costs around the world are typically far cheaper than those we face here in North America, thanks to our market-lead system. More

American HealthCare Lending Launches New Online Presence as Demand for Patient Financing Surges

June 19, 2014

With the implementation of the affordable care act and rising healthcare costs, patient financing has risen to the forefront of the healthcare conversation in America. American HealthCare Lending continues to innovate, grow, and develop tools to provide healthcare providers with a way to “Make Healthcare Affordable™”. The launching of their new website is one of many crucial pieces that will ensure financial success with healthcare providers all over the United States.


American HealthCare Lending to Demonstrate Leading Patient Financing Platform at HFMA’s ANI 2014 Conference

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American HealthCare Lending, the leading non-recourse patient financing platform serving health systems, physician groups, surgical centers, and other healthcare providers throughout the country, today announced that it will showcase its patient financing platform at the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s ANI 2014 Conference in Las Vegas June 22-25. More