If you’re running a medical business, the decision to expand your office space is focused around the needs of your patients — not what the total cost of a renovation will be. To understand what a renovation will cost, it’s important to talk with several lending institutions to compare and save.
“We work closely with three outside banks that specialize in dental and medical office financing — they can provide the best cost insight upfront,” says Bill. “Typically, the renovation cost is not based just on real estate value, but on what the real estate and the capital improvement combined will be.
“Hypothetically, a $100,000 building will cost another $100,000 in renovation for a dental office build out,” explains Bill. “Our financial sources are able to work with medical entrepreneurs to finance the funds they need, where some commercial banks would not be able to.”
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While the aesthetics of your office can return a big dividend in patient satisfaction, proactively planning the technology that lies behind the walls should take precedence. Now more than ever, technology’s role in the business environment is required to ensure maximum efficiency and enhanced delivery of customer service.
By offering step-by-step guidance, Miller Builder’s IT specialists guide you through the room-by-room technology integration process — from the physical layout of hardware and equipment — well before the walls go up.
“By strategizing the implementation and integration of technology during the office design process we can not only ensure the best operating office — but save money,” says Bill.
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