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A startup that operates a buy-now, pay-later model for healthcare bills is hoping to drive the uptake of psychological care

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Rohan Patel (right) founded Walnut alongside chief technical officer Yash Joshi. Walnut is a buy-now, pay-later platform for medical bills.

Co-founder and CEO Roshan Patel told Insider about Walnut’s plan to improve medical accessibility.

Mental health services proved hugely popular, accounting for more than half of all applications.

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Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy .The US healthcare system tends to make anything beyond essential services difficult for the average American to access. Could the buy-now, pay-later model (BNPL) that swept the retail sector be an option for a system filled with patchy coverage?Walnut, co-founded in 2020 by venture capitalist Roshan Patel after a loved one was saddled with debt after being hit by a car, is a company that offers a BNPL option to split payments for procedures and other medical bills over an extended period.The appeal to customers, Patel told Insider, is that the company doesn’t charge its clients any interest on loans. Instead, Walnut charges medical providers a […]

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