National Business Capital prepares medical community for new changes

February 24, 2016

National Business Capital, an alternative financing group headquartered in Bohemia, New York, announced today that the firm is prepared to assist members of the medical community through its specialized Loans for Doctors and Equipment Financing programs. These financing options are in response to the shift in healthcare toward greater technology-focused diagnoses, applications, equipment and treatments. These changes will necessitate that many medical facilities and practitioners upgrade their offices and treatment centers to provide the best patient care possible.  

“The healthcare industry continues to evolve through technology,” notes Joseph A. Camberato, President, National Business Capital. “Medical professionals and facilities need to remain on the forefront of these new technologies. They require access to additional working capital to fund new equipment that is vital to serving every patient demographic to achieve successful patient outcomes,” Camberato adds.

National Business Capital has developed two specialized programs, Loans for Doctors and Equipment Financing that address new technology-driven requirements, including the development of mobile applications favored by millennials.

“Millennials comprise a patient base that will continue to increase exponentially over the next decade,” states James Webster, Chief Executive Officer, National Business Capital. “This is another patient sector whose healthcare requirements and the mobile technologies they utilize to select both practitioners and treatment, need to be addressed.” Webster concludes.

National Business Capital has helped businesses obtain working capital in every industry and size across the nation. They feature realistic underwriting criteria that is not based on personal FICO scores and have an over 90% loan approval rate. To learn more about National Business Capital’s financial services, please visit http://www.nationalbusinesscapital.com/.

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