February 20, 2013

Dental Patient Financing: Making the Numbers Work in Your Favor

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This week, we continue to examine how businesses can realistically implement and benefit from in-house financing — extending their own credit to help their customers afford their services. As we’ve pointed out in previous posts, the dental industry is leading the charge in this arena. In-house methods of dental patient […]

February 20, 2013

Dental Patient Financing: Making the Numbers Work in Your Favor

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This week, we continue to examine how businesses can realistically implement and benefit from in-house financing — extending their own credit to help their customers afford their services. As we’ve pointed out in previous posts, the dental industry is leading the charge in this arena. In-house methods of dental […]

April 13, 2011

Creating New Payment Plans – Part 2

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This is the fourth installment in our series, “Establishing Best Practices for Extending Credit in Today’s Economy.”

In our previous blog post, we discussed strategies to consider in developing your customer credit program. One of these is deciding which procedures or types of transactions to include in the program and what types […]

March 1, 2011

Creating New Payment Plans – Part 1

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This is the third in our series, “Establishing Best Practices for Extending Credit in Today’s Economy”.

In our previous Best Practices’ blog post, we discussed the value of developing a written plan for extending credit and formalizing the credit process. As part of developing an overall strategy behind offering credit to your […]

December 3, 2010

Getting Organized to Extend Credit

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This is the second in our series, “Establishing Best Practices for Extending Credit in Today’s Economy”.

According to a 2008 survey conducted by GfK Roper Public Affairs and Media, when faced with a medical expense over $1,000, one out of 10 people surveyed stated that they would seek a payment plan/monthly payments […]

October 31, 2010

The Need for Extending Credit is More Important Than Ever

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This is the first in our series, “Establishing Best Practices for Extending Credit in Today’s Economy”.

Successful businesses in elective healthcare, dental care, and veterinary services use customer financing to maintain and grow their sales. Like accepting different forms of payment, such as credit cards, extending credit is becoming more popular as […]

July 21, 2010

Close the Gap in Your Customer Financing Picture

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Businesses across the United States are looking for alternatives for customer financing. Conventional financing programs are not meeting the need. Approval rates are at an all time low as only the most credit-worthy customers qualify for conventional financing. Fewer and fewer services even qualify for conventional financing. All too often, […]

July 21, 2010

Who knew! Dentists want to offer payment plans

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We recently exhibited at the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference in Seattle. While we were a little last minute in deciding to exhibit, the show was a great success for ExtendCredit.com. Throughout the show, we had more booth traffic than our hard working team could handle. A lot of follow up […]