Healthcare Asset-Based Lending


Lenders who do not normally make loans to companies in the healthcare field need to be careful when structuring an asset-based loan for a healthcare company. The rules and regulations governing the assignment of government healthcare receivables can increase the credit risk of an unwary lender. Generally, lenders that make asset-based loans to healthcare companies on a regular basis rely primarily on the company’s accounts receivable as collateral. Typically, there is a limited market for the resale of medical inventory and equipment and, therefore, they are not normally relied on as collateral.

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