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November 03, 2009
by Kelly Arduino, MA, MBA

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As part of the continuing series on capital access for health care organizations, this month’s spotlight is on United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) loans. The USDA has certainly filled a void in the credit market this past year with the disappearance of the tax- exempt bond market for nonrated organizations. In this article, we will review the relevant programs and some statistics on amount of available dollars and then discuss key features of these loans.

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