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Capital Link helps health centers navigate the "Capital Development Process," a series of six linked phases that we believe are necessary to successfully complete a capital improvement project. Some of these phases occur sequentially – but many occur simultaneously.
Often health center capital projects are completed without a detailed plan of action. The level of planning may vary, but lack of planning typically results in the health center finding itself in a position of having to finance more than anticipated and/or needing another expansion before the construction project is completed or soon thereafter. Capital Link provides assistance to health centers to avoid making unnecessary mistakes in completing a capital project.
Capital Link provides the following programs and services to guide health centers through the capital development process. Each health center we work with has unique needs; we endeavor to meet those needs on an individual basis.
Services to help health centers fully understand their existing market and patient base and plan for potential growth. Tools include preliminary feasibility analyses, debt capacity estimation, market assessment and work plan development. LEARN MORE>>
Capital Link developed and maintains the largest database of health center audited financial information nationally, allowing us to provide industry-specific financial benchmarks. We offer financial trends analyses, conduct capital needs assessments of the health center industry and analyze the economic impact, including job creation, of health center operations and capital projects on communities. LEARN MORE>>
Services to help health centers define the right combination of programs, staffing, and space prior to building, as well as processes supportive of a patient-centered medical home. LEARN MORE>>
Services to help health centers identify and obtain the most appropriate and affordable method of funding a capital project. Tools include business planning, financial projections and feasibility analyses, term sheet comparisons, lender negotiations, and assistance through closing. LEARN MORE>>