DivDat and American HealthCare Lending Partner to Provide Unparalleled Financing Experience to Patients Nationwide

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This new partnership between DivDat and American HealthCare Lending offers an enhanced lending experience for both providers and patients.

Superior Patient Financing and Account Receivable Data Solutions

American HealthCare Lending Partners With DivDat

'We are excited about joining forces with DivDat. We anticipate it being a hugely successful partnership that will benefit hospitals and health systems across the U.S.,' says American HealthCare Lending’s President, Shaun Sorensen.

American Healthcare Lending, an industry leader in non-recourse patient financing and DivDat, a pioneer in comprehensive receivables solutions are announcing a partnership that will greatly enhance the lending experience for patients and hospital systems nationwide.

The partnership will allow patients to use an online payment portal to view their account information and make a payment in real time. Patients will also be able to select their preferred payment method, including check, debit card, or credit card thanks to DivDat’s point of service technology.

Giving patients the desired flexibility of payment methods and the convenience of paying on line, significantly improves the overall patient/provider relationship. Additionally, the loan program and the payment portal technology improve revenue flow to the providers which can minimize the amount of strain on patient finance employees, call centers and financial counselors.

American HealthCare Lending and DivDat are able to extend their reach and help even more patients gain access to affordable medical care. Together American Healthcare Lending and DivDat will help hospitals and clinics to decrease accounts receivable and eliminate bad debt by providing affordable monthly payment plans to patients. This will be especially important as individual deductibles continue to rise with the Affordable Care Act.

“We are excited about joining forces with DivDat. We anticipate it being a hugely successful partnership that will benefit hospitals and health systems across the U.S.,” says American HealthCare Lending’s President, Shaun Sorensen.

DivDat President Jason Bierkle adds, “I’m pleased to announce that DivDat’s Online Patient Payment Portals can now be accessed through American Healthcare Lending’s Patient Financing solution. The ability to provide patient financing offers strong support to our receivables solution. This synergistic relationship will benefit both patients and healthcare providers.”

For more information about American HealthCare Lending, please visit: http://www.americanhealthcarelending.com and http://www.DivDat.com for more information about DivDat.

About American HealthCare Lending. American Healthcare Lending is the premier patient financing company for a wide range of medical and healthcare industries including bariatric, fertility, behavioral health, hospitals, surgery centers and more. Boasting an easy-to-use program for both the patient and the provider, American HealthCare Lending is truly an innovator in medical financing. Their revolutionary lending system provides instant decisions, upfront funding, non-recourse loans, and a team of knowledgeable lending consultants to assist the patient and provider through the entire loan process.

CONTACT: Graham Anderson American Healthcare Lending 888-602-6066 x 111

About DivDat. DivDat excels at streamlining patient payment options into one system ensuring that statements clearly communicate the patients/guarantors responsibilities. Founded in 1971, DivDat has been providing innovative account receivable data solutions for over 40 years. We assist clients with more options to get paid through efficient and effective solutions including CSR & Patient Bill Payment Systems, Print & Mail, Healthcare Point of Sale Service Solutions, IVR, Mobile Payments, Payment Processing Electronic Bill Presentment and Bill Payment Kiosks.

CONTACT: Edmond Roncone DivDat. North America 302-234-1213

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