Discuss healthcare cash flow opportunities today.
The cash flow cycle can be inconsistent and unpredictable for your practice. To help you succeed, we provide an array of cash flow solutions to optimize your practice's revenue cycle management.
Join us for a women-focused webinar designed to address financial planning considerations relating to the dental profession. The insights that PNC Wealth Strategists Lisa Hayes and David Foster share will be valuable whether you’re starting your career or contemplating retirement. Get full details and register »
A generic approach to your banking services isn't the right approach for the unique financial needs of healthcare professionals like you.
It requires innovative solutions to keep the financial side of your practice running smoothly -- the type of specialized support you receive with the PNC Advantage for Healthcare Professionals. At PNC, we offer extensive solutions and targeted banking tools to help private practices optimize their cash flow and effectively manage their revenue cycle.
We also take a unique approach to helping large-scale healthcare providers and payers minimize administrative costs, maximize cash flow and keep up with the pace of constant change. Visit pnc.com/healthcare to learn more about these specialized products and services.
The cash flow cycle can be inconsistent and unpredictable for healthcare practices. We understand the unique challenges your practice faces and the special role that cash flow plays in your success. To help you succeed we provide an array of cash flow solutions to optimize your practice's revenue cycle management.
The health of your business depends on your ability to analyze performance and confidently make decisions that will help you achieve your goals. With Cash Flow Insight℠, you can visualize your cash flow week-to-week, month-to-month and even year-to-year with innovative views so you can see trends that may help with future projections.
PNC offers a variety of business checking accounts with features for the needs of healthcare practices, from a one-person office to multi-office practices.
Talk to us about your practice, where you want it to go, and how we can help you get it there. Your PNC Healthcare Business Banker will identify key components of your practice that affect your revenue cycle, and help you select the options best suited for your needs.
Stay on top of the latest in the healthcare industry with our free semi-annual educational Business Insights e-newsletter plus web seminars designed exclusively for medical, dental and veterinary practices. The focus of these educational tools are relevant topics to help you effectively managing your practice.
Financial Planning for Young Doctors
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Better Waiting Room Experience
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Patient Data Security Beyond Privacy Regulations
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Issued annually, this Business Insights newsletter focuses specifically on the needs of a Veterinary practice.
When Should You Hire a New Veterinary Associate?
Bringing in another veterinary associate could change everything, so you need to have a plan.
Financial Planning for Young Veterinarians
How to make sure a financial advisor is the right one for you.
Looking to Grow? Offer Ancillary Services
Nonmedical services like grooming and kenneling might help your bottom line – but address all the questions first.
Should Your Practice Have an App?
Adding mobile support may benefit you and your patients
Resources, Perspectives and Insights from PNC
Find out more about PNC’s experts, values and priorities through interesting stories on timely and relevant topics such as finance and the economy, community involvement and banking innovation.
The cosmetic dentistry practice of brothers Robert Klaich, DMD, LVIF and Brian Klaich, DMD, LVIF, was so popular it quickly outgrew its 3,500 square foot rented office space in the Pittsburgh suburb of Cranberry Township.
After attending a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan seminar, they turned to PNC Bank’s healthcare business banker Melissa Kwiatkowski who walked them through the steps needed to make their dream of a larger dental practice office space come true.
Hear Gene Marks, whose The Washington Post, Forbes, Inc. Magazine and The Huffington Post columns on management are read weekly by hundreds of thousands of owners of small and medium-sized businesses across the country. Gene’s columns, presentations and frequent appearances on Fox Business, Fox News, MSNBC and CNBC are thought-provoking and entertaining.
There are many good reasons to take on a partner or partners for your practice. You’ll have someone to share your vision, help grow your patient list, cover for you when you take time off, and vice versa, and share the risks and rewards of hard work and growth.
Poor cash flow is one of the most common reasons small businesses fail. But even if you’re churning out high revenue on the books, you must ensure you have enough cash on hand to keep your business afloat. Safeguard yourself against this problem by avoiding these five cash flow mistakes.
Running a medical practice calls on not just your medical skills but also your leadership abilities. Being a good leader will help you focus your staff and your partners on creating and maintaining the kind of practice you can be proud of.
Stay up-to-speed on best practices and the latest industry tends. Learn insights and knowledge on industry-specific hot topics and banking strategies.
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One of the main reasons cited by dentists and dental students for pursuing a career in dentistry is the potential to be their own boss. The logistics of starting up a new practice are complex and varied, so, for the purposes of this white paper, our discussion will center on acquiring an existing practice.
From 3-D cone beam imaging to virtual implant planning software, the dental profession is experiencing a game-changing profusion of advanced technology. It is technology that holds the very real promise of better clinical outcomes, happier patients — and healthier bottom lines.