Using pay-per-patient models to manage investment risks in healthcare technology
Capital expenditure on large-scale medical equipment is a considerable strain on the balance sheet of modern hospitals. Furthermore, return on investment is directly dependent on the estimated number of cases and the amounts that can be invoiced for them. This makes it difficult to forecast cost efficiency, resulting in unwanted risks in financial planning.
The solution is a back-to-front approach to the problem, which transfers the risks to specialist financing partners, calculating backward from the individual product rather than forward from the acquisition cost. This may sound like a bold approach, but it can make work a lot easier for a hospital's finance department.
In practice it looks like this:
Using a simplified example:
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