To add CareCredit's healthcare credit card as a payment option, just call
866-247-2712. Or you can get started by completing our online request form and a representative will contact you as soon as possible.
Yes. We take care of the billing and collecting so valuable time can be better spent on other important responsibilities such as patient care and developing patient relationships. We provide the office staff with a personalized orientation, all the tools needed to present the program to your patients and all the materials to quickly and efficiently process applications.
CareCredit is at work in more than 150,000 enrolled healthcare practices across North America and is being used by over 7 million patients to get the treatment they want and need. CareCredit is endorsed by most major state and national dental associations. CareCredit is also recommended by leading practice management consultants.
Within two business days, the treatment fees are electronically deposited into your practice's bank account, less a minimal processing fee.
CareCredit is a non-recourse program, so if your patients delay payment or default, it's not your responsibility.1
Simply have the patient complete a short application. Then, your office staff sends in the necessary information via phone, or by using the online application to our credit center, which is open 7 days a week, 16 hours a day. Within minutes, or seconds if using the online application, a line of credit is granted to qualified applicants. Your office staff can then process charges to the patient's account immediately. It's that simple.
When you enroll in CareCredit, your office receives the best support in healthcare. CareCredit provides your staff members with a personalized orientation, which includes tips on how to present financial options to patients and helpful presentation tools. Your practice also receives all the ongoing supplies you'll need, free of charge.
More than 86% of cardholders are highly satisfied with CareCredit and CareCredit cardholders are more satisfied over time with CareCredit than their other consumer credit cards. According to CMB study of CareCredit cardholders, Q4 2011.
Major credit cards may be a limited payment option for more comprehensive treatment. According to a recent Credit Card Industry Survey, the average person has only $300 of credit available on their consumer credit cards. Visa and MasterCard may be limited payment options for treatment fees of several hundred dollars or more. With CareCredit, your patients have a separate credit card that allows them to accept recommended treatment. Plus, they can schedule their treatment immediately.
1 Subject to representations and warranties in the CareCredit acceptance agreement for Participating Professionals.