PRODUCTS

Healthcare Cash Advance

Designed to bring opportunity capital to the healthcare sector, relieving cash flow shortages & providing critical capital...

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Loan Product

If your business doesn't accept electronic payments, we can still provide a fast, easy way to increase your cash flow...

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HOW IT WORKS

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  • Insurance Remittance

    87% of the portion of a typical practice’s revenue that comes from insurance

    ProMED is able to use future insurance receivables as a means of qualification and repayment. This means that we can offer considerably larger financing amounts than a typical cash advance lender who can only offer amounts based on credit card receivables, which usually only represents the co-pay portion of revenue.

  • ICD-10 Countdown Clock

    171 days remaining until ICD-10 code sets take effect

    On July 31, 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a final rule finalizing October 1, 2015 as the new compliance date to transition to the ICD-10 code sets. Time is running low to ensure your practice is compliant.

  • ICD-10 Costs

    $56,639 – $226,105 the expected cost for a small practice to implement ICD-10

    The American Medical Association predicts that two-thirds of physician practices are projected to fall in the upper range of that cost estimate. Aside from software upgrades, much of those costs will be caused by payment disruption due to incorrect coding. Avoid that pitfall by investing in training for your staff with funds from ProMED now.

  • Insurance Remittance

    87% of the portion of a typical practice’s revenue that comes from insurance

    ProMED is able to use future insurance receivables as a means of qualification and repayment. That means that we can offer considerably larger financing amounts than a typical cash advance lender who can only offer amounts based on credit card receivables which usually only represents the time, co-pay portion of revenue.

  • ICD-10 Countdown Clock

    171 days remaining until ICD-10 code sets take effect

    On July 31, 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a final rule setting October 1, 2015 as the new compliance date to transition to the ICD-10 code sets. Time is running low to ensure your practice is compliant.

  • ICD-10 Costs

    $56,639 – $226,105 the expected cost for a small practice to implement ICD-10

    The American Medical Association predicts that two-thirds of physician practices are projected to fall in the upper range of that cost estimate. Aside from software upgrades, much of those costs will be caused by payment disruption due to incorrect coding. Avoid that pitfall by investing in training for your staff with funds from ProMED now.

From Our Clients

I've learned over the last few weeks that there are a lot of other businesses that do what ProMED does, but I truly do not believe anyone does it better!  The professionalism, compassion, knowledge, and ability to educate me on the various programs are all second to none! I honestly feel as though when I'm talking to ProMED that I am a priority to them.  That is how ALL businesses should treat their clients.
Timothy Brown

D.C., President & Owner
Brown Chiropractic Corp.

I've had all different kinds of calls from places offering me money, but the only place that I felt listened to me, understood my needs and wanted to help, was ProMED.  My rep was very helpful, cordial, and professional throughout the process and focused on giving me the option to make an educated choice, rather than pushing a sale.
Alma Perez

President
ACP Primary Care, Inc

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