Doctors have always been servants of our community, there to aid us when we are sick, and help us maintain good health. Physician’s should not be forced to shutter their practice or scale back its services. With many years of experience we can assist you with your physician financing needs. Medcare Solutions can help you get rid of your old medical account receivables and turn them into positive cash flow.
Aging medical account receivables can become a hassle for your practice and bog down your services to your current patients. You became a physician to help others, not to become a medical receivables collection agency. Medcare Solutions can help you collect on your medical accounts receivables so you can get the physician financing that you need to help grow your practice.
Our physician financing allows your business to generate capital by using receivables as collateral. This may involve invoice factoring, which is a purchase of receivables for cash flow, also potentially involving a credit management service.
Small business financing tends to drive owners and their businesses deep into debt and tie up their assets as collateral. With our physician financing via accounts receivable financing, practices such as yours understand the difficult position this can put small businesses in. Businesses can increase their capital without incurring more debt.
Examples of accounts receivable financing are invoice factoring, accounts receivable factoring and freight bill factoring. These allow businesses to maximize their cash flow and improve their position by selling off their accounts receivable. In this way, they can generate the capital that allows them to convert their idle invoices into liquid funds.
Cash flow challenges prevent many practices from managing their day-to-day expenditures or expanding. Accounts receivable financing can provide a line of capital that offers business owners unlimited growth. Another benefit is that these funds may be accessed simply and rapidly. Our financial tools allow small businesses to fulfill monetary obligations, rid themselves of costly financing blunders and sell products and services.