Banking for Medical and Dental Practices

Banking for Medical and Dental Practices
We have extensive experience working with the medical profession and understand that a successful healthcare practice depends as much on financial management as it does on quality care.
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Your investment in your practice goes far beyond the financial. That’s why we offer clear, unbiased advice to help you make important financial decisions about your business.

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overview of offerings

  • Business Analyzed Checking

    Enjoy a flexible checking account that rewards you for a high balance and receive a competitive earnings credit rate that can help offset monthly fees for essential business services.

  • Remote Deposit

    Quickly and easily deposit funds into your business checking account at the touch of a button.

  • Term Loans

    Finance longer term investments such as new facilities, state-of-the-art technology or expansion of your practice.

  • Revolving Lines of Credit

    Borrow as much or as little as required to meet your working capital needs.

  • Treasury Management

    Take advantage of a full suite of treasury management products to maximize the use of cash, including lockbox services, remote deposit capture, Biller and Payment Solutions and Fed EDI.

  • Fraud Management Solutions

    Help protect your accounts with Check and ACH Positive Pay services via Corporate Online to monitor and detect fraud.

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Insights & Education

  • How Healthcare Offices Should Evaluate and Implement Fee Changes

    Medical and dental offices need to regularly evaluate their fees — and that’s true even amid a global pandemic. Costs, margins and competition change constantly, so keeping fees up to date and in line with both local providers and the industry has an immediate and direct impact on business.

  • How Practices Can Negotiate Their Second Biggest Cost: Real Estate

    For medical and dental practices, few financial considerations are as important as facilities cost. The price of real estate has a significant impact on a business’s fixed costs — and, subsequently, its profitability.

  • Medical and Dental Practices: Rise of Telehealth

    As lockdown restrictions have eased intermittently patients have returned to medical offices with more regularity and some practitioners have moved away from telehealth. Practices are beginning to relegate telehealth to urgent care only or even eliminate it entirely, says Vijay Sikka, Founder and CEO of Sikka Software.

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Our Business Bankers are ready to tailor financial solutions to suit your individual needs.