Amicus Funding helps increase cash flow to medical practitioners by providing payment for medical treatment for uninsured or under-insured patients injured due to the negligence of someone else.
Amicus Funding takes 100% of the financial risk associated with treating personal injury patients as well as the all of the hassle associated with holding medical liens, which allows healthcare providers to focus on patient care rather than the timing and likelihood of payment.
Amicus Funding is focused on developing long-term relationships within our network of attorneys and medical providers through first class customer service, flexibility, prompt payment, and highly competitive low cost to you.
Increase Capital and Grow Your Business – Amicus Will:
- Evaluate your current funding portfolio and buy-out some or all of your unpaid fundings. This eliminates having to wait months or years for services already rendered, any risk of being paid in the event the case is lost, and immediately increases cash flow
- Funding treatment for personal injury patients. Offering fast payments to those who need funds quickly, at the lowest cost possible. No need to hassle with underwriting, checking case status, or waiting to receive payment.
- Help you grow. If you have turned personal injury cases away in the past due to high risk or the long delay in receiving payment for your services, you can now open your doors to these patients with a no risk, competitive, contracted payment schedule, and payment for your services within 30 days of treatment.
- Open doors to a rapidly growing network of attorneys and medical providers. Amicus actively sponsors events which offer networking opportunities for local attorneys and medical providers to meet and discuss their respective practices.
What types of medical providers work with Amicus?
Amicus has a network of reputable medical providers, which we continue to expand throughout Georgia and the United States. This allows Amicus to offer a wide-variety of providers who are best-suited to treat personal injury patients.
We currently work with physical therapy centers, imaging centers, pain management specialists, surgery centers, neurosurgeons, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons; psychiatrists, transitional hospitals, concussion institutes, and more.
Amicus will also partner with dentists, oral surgeons, and mental health professionals.
If we are not currently partnered with your office, please contact us to discuss becoming part of the Amicus Funding network of medical providers. We look forward to working with you and helping your patients in the future.