Blog posts tagged with "Medical Business Loans"

Home health care: Preparing for increased demand

June 15, 2017
As a home health care business owner, there is no escaping the fact that America’s aging population is growing exponentially. By 2020, America’s population aged 65 and over will grow to 56 million people and by 2030 will grow to 74 million. Many of these seniors will likely require health care assistance at some point.

National Nurses Day Presents Chance to Discuss Business Ideas

May 05, 2017
National Nurses Day is tomorrow! This holiday provides the chance to celebrate the value of nurses and the services they provide for their patients. It is also an opportunity to explore how nurses can start their own ventures and contribute to healthcare outside of the traditional hospital or doctor’s office setting.

How to use working capital to expand your medical business

October 24, 2016
Running a successful medical practice requires hard work, dedication and plenty of funding on-hand for various costs. Chances are, like many small business owners, you have big plans for your establishment that you want to bring to fruition. With the help of medical business loans, you can make your plans a reality!

National Doctors Day: Why to apply for medical business loans

March 30, 2016
Today is National Doctors Day! If you own a medical practice, find out how you can utilize working capital to grow your business. Whether you need new equipment or updated technology, having additional working capital will allow you to improve your medical practice’s quality of service.

Private Exchanges to Employer Health Benefits

February 14, 2014
Recent changes in the healthcare industry have left a lot of employers wondering what plan they should select for their employees. As a small business owner, it is important that you educate yourself on different healthcare options.

New Healthcare Policy Affecting Your Small Business

December 06, 2013
With the launch of the Affordable Care Act, it is important that small business owners understand the impact it may have on their business. The long term effects of the new health care reform are unknown, but it is still crucial to educate yourself to new regulations in order to make smart decisions.