New Financing Program From Surgical Notes Makes It Easy to
Purchase Leading EHR Solution
Ambulatory surgery centers can transition to ScanChart with customized,
flexible financing options offered through Balboa Capital
DALLAS – Surgical Notes, a nationwide provider of transcription, coding
and document management applications for the ambulatory surgery center
(ASC) and surgical hospital markets, announces the launch of a customized,
flexible financing program that provides an easy path to transition to
ScanChart and ScanChart Cloud powered by Shareable Ink®, the ASC industry's
leading electronic health records (EHR) solutions.
The program offers ScanChart and ScanChart Cloud clients two options to
finance the solutions' software, hardware, training and implementation
costs. The Standard Finance Program allows clients to make their initial
payment in advance followed by 36-, 48- or 60-month payment options. The
90-Day Deferred Finance Program allows clients to defer payments for the
first three months prior to making a first payment. Subsequent payment
options are available for 36-, 48- or 60-month terms.
Applying for financing is easy. The application is a single page, and financing
is usually approved within 24 hours. Financing is provided by Balboa Capital,
a leader in healthcare equipment financing for more than two decades and
trusted financing resource for thousands of organizations.
"Our new financing program allows clients to quickly add ScanChart
or ScanChart Cloud while minimizing capital cost outlays and eliminating
unanticipated budgetary concerns," said Randy Bishop, Chief Operating
Officer for Surgical Notes. "Once live on ScanChart, clients see
a quick positive return on investment, many times realizing positive returns
on day one. With this financing program backed by the financing experts
at Balboa Capital, there's never been an easier, faster way to add
the chart automation and document management applications counted on every
day by hundreds of ASCs nationwide."
ASCs interested in finding a financing option that best fits their budget
should contact Surgical Notes through