After gaining new management following a substantial loss in 2014, a medical center showed solid direction for the future. The hospital pursued Commercial Funding Partners (CFP) for a 3-year capital lease in medical software upgrades. CFP funded $1.4 million over the course of 12 months for the medical center.
“We could see the hospital moving in the right direction,” says Buddy Zarbock, Vice President of CFP. “It was an easy choice to invest in this worthy project.”
Upgrading medical software creates an environment that improves healthcare outcomes for patients. By having advanced in-house technology this medical center will be saving money in the long run. While CFP is leasing the cost of medical software, the medical center will be able to focus more towards advancing research and improving patient programs.