MyLoans Patient Account Financing™

by Epic River

MyLoans was created by Epic River at the request
of financial institutions and healthcare providers
to provide patient and provider-friendly financing.

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Affordable Care Act deductibles in 2016

are as high as $13,700 for a family plan.*


MyLoans™ enables patients

to afford the ever-increasing

costs of healthcare.

MyLoans enables healthcare providers to assist their patients with low-interest bank loans  to cover deductibles, co-insurance and self-pay.


Patients are responsible
for a portion of
their medical costs.

The provider creates a loan for
the patient and assigns the loan
to the financial institution.

The financial institution purchases the
loan and immediately transfers the
funds to the provider's account.

Financial Institutions

Book Guaranteed Loans for Patients

Our team will setup healthcare providers to originate loans through our secure, cloud-based system. Your financial institution will then have the option to purchase these loans for servicing.

Medical Providers

No Fees and Recover all Patient Responsibility Upfront

Where MyLoans has been rolled out, the impact has been dramatic. Recovery of patient responsibility has increased from a meager 45% to over 80% all while lessening the overall collections effort.

Millions of dollars in medical bills are paid every year using MyLoans™.

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But Don’t Take Our Word For It

“Epic River assisted us by providing a user-friendly, web-based solution that allows a provider of medical services to negotiate appropriate repayment terms directly with their patient, provide a quote to the patient even before the cost is incurred, and subsequently create the healthcare loan documentation – all from their office without any delay or paperwork submission. We have enjoyed our working relationship with MyLoans™ and find them quick to resolve issues and respectful in their dealings with staff. They are knowledgeable in their craft and able to use that knowledge without heavy reliance on bank staff resources for assistance in how to resolve any issues that arise.”
Karla Porter, Home State Bank
“I frequently receive phone calls from patients that previously have had or currently have a MyLoans loan and wish to use the program to pay for their latest medical bills from other providers. Unfortunately, I am forced to turn them away if the provider has not signed up for the program yet.”
Jodi Hines, Bank of Colorado
“[MyLoans has] drastically improved our collection rates – it lets us go outside of our payment policies on setting up long term payment plans, and it gives patients a new resource without utilizing a credit card or damaging their credit.”
Lori Miller, Yuma District Hospital
“I’ve received nothing but 5 stars on employee reviews since implementing MyLoans.”
Bernie Hergott, Director Patient Financial Services at Columbus Community Hospital

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