Your laser can pay for itself in 8-12 months. How do we know? Our partners have worked with hundreds of doctors over the last ten years. We have witnessed their increase in cash-based services. And remember that you can write off 35% of the laser cost in the first year through Section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Let’s talk real numbers. The BIG QUESTION facing you is “Will I make enough revenue if I complete the purchase of the laser?” Every physician has asked the same question. More than 800 have said “Yes!” and purchased a laser from us. Here’s why.
Why is non-insurance revenue important?
Your practice needs to build a cash business since reimbursement an/or payment levels are not keeping pace with your rising costs for staff, rent, equipment etc. When was the last time you ever received more money for a treatment code? When was the last time insurance companies or Medicare reduced payments for a treatment code?
Laser Revenue Model
Your laser creates revenue from day one. There are multiple streams of revenue possible from your laser depending on which treatments you perform. The scenarios below assume you perform therapy only for conditions like pain, inflammation, arthritis, neuropathy, wounds, and ulcers.
Let’s assume you will take 4 weeks vacation each year and work 48 weeks. During the 48 weeks you will see your normal patient load.
For example, ($200 x 48 = $9,600).
Therapy Only Revenue
|Package (5 treatments)||$200 @ $40 each||$250 @ $50 each||$300 @ $60 each|
|1 patient||$ 9,600||$12,000||$14,400|
Fungal Nails Revenue
Similar charts can be constructed to look at other treatments like warts (billable to insurance).