About Us

CarePayment is a healthcare finance company that helps people manage their medical expenses. We offer patients finance options that help people get the care they need, when they need it.

CarePayment is an industry leader with extensive experience in both healthcare and consumer finance.

Founded in 2004, we provide patient finance solutions to hospitals, physician practices, and ancillary service providers nationwide, and have helped more than a million patients pay their medical bills. We are a healthcare finance company, not a collection agency or credit card company. Healthcare costs in the U.S. have been on the rise for years, with patients taking on responsibility for an ever-increasing portion of the cost. And with higher out-of-pocket healthcare expenses come a larger number of people who have trouble paying their medical bills.

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For patients, unpaid medical bills can lead to financial crisis, and can keep them from getting the care they need when they need it. For healthcare providers, unpaid medical bills can lead to increased write-offs and a weaker financial footing, threatening their ability to provide quality care to the community.

Our healthcare finance company is built around offering healthcare providers a valuable service to help their patients pay their medical expenses and get the care they need, while protecting the financial health of the healthcare organizations that serve our communities. We engage patients in a friendly and respectful manner and believe everyone who needs help paying their medical expenses should have the option of extended financing.


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