Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 14, 2008
Sun Capital HealthCare (SCH), a nationwide financial services company specializing in customized Medical Accounts Receivable (MAR) funding programs exclusively for the healthcare industry, will exhibit at Booth 2163 at Medtrade Fall on October 28-30, 2008 at the Georgia World Congress Center, announced Jim Beutel, Senior Vice President, Sales and Business Development.
With more than 725 exhibit booths, 240,000 square feet of exhibit space and thousands of professionals from across the United States and around the world, Medtrade Fall is the largest international tradeshow dedicated to the home medical equipment (HME) and durable medical equipment (DME) industry.
"Medtrade attendees are in search of products, technologies, and services that will increase their operational efficiencies and their bottom line," says Beutel. "Sun is a strategic funding resource for home medical equipment and durable medical equipment providers that can help them achieve that goal."
SCH's MAR Funding programs serve as debt-free funding sources to acquire working capital, by utilizing a currently available and nonperforming asset - accounts receivable - to generate an immediate cash infusion.
"The current economic downturn has caught many HME/DME providers in an unanticipated margin squeeze with the impact being felt from falling reimbursements, rising expenses, and lagging payments," notes Beutel. "With bank loans drying up and lines of credit being restricted, and in many cases, being reduced, now is not a great time for providers to be dependent solely on bank loans and lines of credit as a source of funding."
At Medtrade Fall, Sun Capital HealthCare will team up with HME Providers, a membership organization for HME/DME providers, to produce an educational video on SCH's MAR Funding program and the significant impact it can have on the 'health' of an HME/DME provider's business operation and growth.
"The educational video will highlight the benefits of using SCH's MAR Funding programs as funding sources to acquire working capital, and how it can equip HME/DME providers to survive the current economic meltdown," says Beutel. "We will address how they can accelerate their cash flow and make their balance sheet healthier whether in growth mode or fiscal stress."
Sun Capital HealthCare, Inc. is headquartered at 999 Yamato Road, Third Floor, Boca Raton, FL 33431. For more information on SCH's Medical Accounts Receivables Funding program as a source of working capital for healthcare and home medical equipment providers, call Jim Beutel at (800) 880-1709.