Connect with us at the Red River Showdown
October 19-20, 2023
BOK Financial is pleased to join HFMA Oklahoma and Lone Star chapters at the upcoming Red River Showdown. Our team of experts will be on hand to offer financial advice gleaned from more than 20 years in the healthcare industry.
Whether it's funding for working capital, a joint venture, or other capital projects, we’re here to support your vision. And that’s not all.
We can also help with:
- Treasury services, cash management, investments and RCM solutions.
- Patient financing in partnership with ClearBalance HealthCare®, with the option of zero-interest financing for patients’ out-of-pocket expenses.
- Equipment financing and leasing.
Why BOK Financial
Working together to serve your needs
Treasury and revenue cycleSafeguard your assets and keep an inventory of payments, receivables and other transactions to make informed decisions.
Financing and leasingGet access to the capital you need. We have a number of financing options available for healthcare organizations.
Institutional Wealth ManagementWe offer an array of investment advisory and asset services designed to help you meet your financial goals.
Business InsuranceOur risk management team will help you identify risks and equip you to better protect your company and employees.
Private WealthOur experts will help you meet your personal financial goals, while providing award-winning, hands-on client service.
Investment bankingLearn how you can gain direct access to capital markets — with guidance from personalized, detailed client representatives.
Managed by ClearBalance HealthCare®, we now offer zero-interest financing for patient out-of-pocket.
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