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Medical Factoring Explained (Debt Free Funding)

August 25, 2017

Medical Factoring Explained (Debt Free Funding)

High deductibles with increased co-pays are making Working Capital (cash flow) harder to come by. We see this at GPA Capital by the increased number of calls looking for long-term loans. However, many times we are able to help practices with a debt free solution that provides – and even increases – their cash flow.

In the past, Medical Factoring has only been available to hospitals and other large facilities. However, GPA Capital and our investors have created a Factoring Program tailored to small and medium healthcare practices. [1 minute video].

For clarity of the problem and multiple solutions, we dove tailed the summary above with this family physician’s actual case studyNext week we will give you some pointers on how to compete with the “big box” national dental chains moving into your area.

We look forward to serving your capital needs through our wide range available options. Simply complete this short Working Capital Form to get started.

Increasing Cash Flow, Medicare Part B Reimbursements

August 22, 2017

Increasing Cash Flow, Medicare Part B Reimbursements

CMS estimates that 58% of Medicare Part B billing comes from providers who will be subject to the MIPS program. What you do the remainder of 2017 will affect your reimbursements in 2019 and very well can cause increase or decrease in your patient population. GPA Capital announces its MIPS web page for our readers and clients. As financiers, it’s critical not only to provide capital by loans, but also revenue enhancementsreduced costs and revenue boosters.

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Case Study: 5 successful financial strategies for your medical practice or planning your exit

August 17, 2017

Case Study: 5 successful financial strategies for your medical practice or planning your exit

Considerations often overlooked when financing, particularly when planning your exit:

1. Direct access to the decision maker. 24 hour approval capability.

2. Obtain a practice analysis to maximize to your business value.

3. Survey the capital markets to assure the best rate/terms and loan structure.

4. Make sure you are using all revenue sources available for your specialty.

5. Make sure you are compliant and paying zero for merchant fees

ACTUAL CASE:

GPA Capital recently arranged a $375,000 loan for the acquisition of a 30-year-old dental practice in South Florida.  The operating Dentist was retiring and the existing office manager of 20 years purchased the business.  The Manager partnered with one of the existing 1099 employed Dentist.  GPA Capital arranged 90% financing on the purchase of the business and provided an additional $40,000 in operating capital to the new owners. Prior to the practice valuation GPA Capital implemented a strategy for cost savings, patient growth and revenue enhancement. Here is a white paper worth your reading [CLICK]

We look forward to serving your capital needs through our wide range available options. Simply complete this short Telephone Appointment Request to get started.

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August 15, 2017