Hyper-Growth Telehealth Stock Transforming Canadian Healthcare
Leveljump Healthcare Corp. Clean Balance Sheet.
No Long-Term Debt. Soaring Revenues.
Admittedly, I’m a bit on edge these days because it’s the NBA playoffs. I’m a diehard Philadelphia 76ers fan, and we’re in quite a unique position at the moment. If you’re an NBA fan, you’re well aware of Joel Embiid. If you’re not, he’s our star player, an all-world, generational talent, and an MVP finalist. My squad was sitting pretty until he suffered a nasty fall. I barely slept the night of the fall as I eagerly awaited his MRI results for what at the time was deemed “knee soreness.” Unfortunately, the results revealed a slight meniscus tear. Fortunately, however, he has been able to play through it.
If he never had this MRI, would he have even known he had a slight injury to maintain? Would he have even known what the injury was? Furthermore, who knows how badly he could’ve further damaged his knee, or if doctors would’ve even been able to spot the injury in the first place?
I have all of these medical questions about an NBA all-star who doesn’t even know I exist. But, if you were a patient without easy access to an MRI, could you even imagine all the questions you’d have? Especially if the only hospital you could get to is underserved and doesn’t even have a radiologist to speak of?
Medical diagnostic imaging is arguably the most essential component of our healthcare system, whether or not you are Joel Embiid. After all, this is a potential $40 billion worldwide marketplace, and it’s growing annually for a reason.(1)
- Diagnostic imaging services are an essential cog and core pillar of healthcare treatment. It especially looks primed to grow in market size thanks to an aging and growing population.
- Revenue streams include government payments, leading to a consistent flow of funds and reduced accounts receivables.
- Many ailments, potential injuries, and procedures are diagnosed and/or treated with the help of diagnostic imaging.
- MRI, CT, US, X-ray, and Mammography are some of the standard diagnostic imaging tests that patients require.
Without adequate and accessible diagnostic imaging, how can patients with an illness or injury have a doctor see the inside of their body to assess their diagnosis? Plus, how can doctors see how well a patient’s body responds to treatment for an injury or illness?
With its next-gen operations, Canadian healthcare disruptor Leveljump Healthcare Corp. Canada TSXV: (JUMP) USA OTCQB: (JMPHF) looks like a once-in-a-generation type of company that can help answer those questions.
This company might completely turn this estimated $40 billion(1) industry upside down with some of the most potentially groundbreaking solutions of our time. All while using its platform to combine next-gen telehealth with diagnostic imaging to increase its ease and access throughout Canada and beyond.
Leveljump Healthcare Corp. Canada TSXV: (JUMP) USA OTCQB: (JMPHF) : Bullish Technicals, Blowout Earnings and Fundamentals
What a strong previous 3-months the JUMP stock has seen.
After touching a 3-month low of about $0.190 on April 20, 2021, look what the stock has done. It advanced about 123.68% to its current position (June 9, 2021) and a 3-month peak of roughly $0.425.
This may only be a snapshot of the company’s potential, though. Especially when you consider that the company’s small float of about 20.82M(3) indicates the potential for explosive volatility.
Plus, the company has its own unique niche in healthcare. Although there are many publicly traded telehealth companies out there now, there are not many imaging companies. Plus, if you’ve also ever heard of a telehealth/imaging hybrid in the same mold as Leveljump, let me know. Because I have yet to.
To understand what type of upside potential Leveljump could be facing, especially as a company that hasn’t been trading as long as other potential competitors, take a look at these companies. These comparables are some top emerging publicly traded imaging or telehealth companies in the market today. So, see for yourself what they’ve done over the last 52-weeks.
- RadNet: Advanced about 143.22% from its 52-week low of approximately $13.49 to its current position (June 9, 2021) and peak of roughly $32.81.(4)
- Well Health Technologies: Advanced approximately 293.6% from its 52-week low of nearly $2.50 to its 52-week high of about $9.84.(5)
- CloudMD: Advanced nearly 535.19% from its 52-week low of roughly $0.54 to its 52-week high of around $3.43.(6)
- Skylight Healthgroup: Advanced an estimated jaw-dropping 2011.11% from its 52-week low of around $0.45 to its 52-week high of about $9.50.(7)
Digging through the fundamentals behind JUMP’s chart paints an even more encouraging picture of a company that could have a similar type of upside potential as those stocks.
While many penny stocks offer many potential rewards, they also come with a lot of risks. Some of those risks include having negative cash flows and questionable balance sheets. That’s not the case for Leveljump. This company holds more cash than debt on its balance sheet,(8) and judging by its current ratio of about 1.2x,(9) could be more than able to meet its short-term liabilities. It also has almost no long-term debt.(10)
As a company with a B2B focus (doctors dealing with doctors/hospitals) and not B2C, the company also has a business model with the potential for stickier contracts, stable growth and cash flows, and strong cash positions. The latest earnings report shows just that.
For Q1 2021, Leveljump announced the following:(10)
- Record revenues of $1,560,720 from operations with its Canadian Teleradiology Services’, Inc. subsidiary (“CTS”).
- Gross profit from CTS operations was $305,955 for the quarter, a 19.6% margin.
- Year over Year Q1 revenue increased by $276,854 and 21.6%.
- A private placement for $1.5 million to enhance its cash positions.
As a B2B healthcare company, Leveljump Healthcare Corp. is building a national medical diagnostic imaging company and brand, primarily by providing Teleradiology (remote radiology) services to its client hospitals and imaging centers. Additionally, JUMP plans to expand through the acquisition of independent healthcare facilities focused on diagnostic imaging and acquiring new disruptive imaging technologies.
The company plans on accomplishing these goals through its subsidiaries:(1)
- Canadian Teleradiology Services, Inc. (“CTS”)
A healthcare company focused on diagnostic imaging. Leveljump delivers its services via B2B telehealth services as well as IHF diagnostic imaging centers.
- Leveljump Healthcare Technologies Inc. (“LHT”)
Leveljump’s subsidiary focused on acquiring new, disruptive healthcare technologies.
With this business model, the company focuses on unique and potentially revolutionary operations to the public markets.
The company has a multifaceted growth strategy with several focus areas:(1)
- Expand current Emergency room service for hospitals.
- Create day service for private clinics.
- Identify and target independent health facilities (IHF’s).
- Build a national chain of diagnostic imaging clinics.
- Seek distribution rights for hardware that disrupts the imaging space.
- Software, AI and other opportunities.
4) Healthcare Investments
- Investments within other healthcare companies.
- Products or services that offer sizable returns.
More on CTS and Why It’s So Potentially Groundbreaking
In case you don’t know, Teleradiology is a hybrid between telehealth and radiology. It is essentially the process of providing a remote off-site reading of radiology scans such as CT, MRI, US, and X-rays. The objective of CTS is simple: to supply remote radiology for underserved or remote hospitals that don’t have enough radiologists.
The best part about Teleradiology, though? It can be performed from anywhere there is high-speed internet.(1)
CTS is a doctor to doctor (B2B) telehealth company with a 16+ year operating history. Yet now, it’s finally begun to establish itself as a leader in the Canadian Teleradiology space- a space where Canadian board-certified radiologists are in extremely high demand.(1) With its current infrastructure, Leveljump through CTS can capitalize on this growing trend.
CTS provides Teleradiology Services to Canadian hospitals and clinics to fill the void of radiology shortages 24-7. Specifically, CTS aims to offer solutions to overworked radiology groups and emergency care in smaller urban centers and rural communities.
If you’re confused or unfamiliar with Teleradiology, that’s understandable. It’s hard to envision how one could possibly take an MRI without a physical radiologist present. But CTS’ step-by-step workflow is one of a kind:(1)
1) Patient arrives at the clinic or hospital to take a medical scan (X-ray, CT, US, MRI).
2) Clinic or hospital sends the medical scan to CTS remotely.
3) The radiologist logs into the CTS server to view images and dictate a report.
4) The report is transmitted back to hospital doctors where the patient is located.
The best part? CTS can be used by any hospital or outpatient clinic, working remotely and accessed worldwide.
- CTS’ contracts provide services 7 days a week, 365 days a year, creating a daily revenue stream.
- CTS delivers a cohesive, dependable relationship between radiologists, technologists, and ER doctors.
- CTS provides customized reporting workflows offering the best solutions for client hospitals.
- CTS radiology reports are supplied via a secure server and meet all regulatory requirements.
- CTS services can be accessed from any healthcare facility with an internet connection, making it ideal for global expansion.
- Providing services to countries in need of Canadian licensed radiologists.
All of that’s great from a functional and Teleradiology standpoint. But if you’re a prospective shareholder, wouldn’t you be curious about CTS’ overall business model and growth strategy too?
Frankly, the business model is arguably just as groundbreaking as the product itself:(1)
- Multi-year contracts with hospitals and medical clinics featuring automatic renewals to provide Teleradiology services.
- Hospitals and medical clinics bill insurance plans (e.g. OHIP) fees per radiology scan, which varies according to the scans being conducted.
- Upon receipt of payment from insurance plans, which occurs every month, hospitals and medical clinics remit fees to CTS.
- Recurring revenues, long lasting relationships.
- Aggressive growth strategy to dominate the marketplace.
Imaging Center Acquisition Strategy
This company strategy aims to expand current operations with an acquisition strategy of independent healthcare centers. Leveljump has a three-pronged approach to do just that:(1)
1) Acquire Independent healthcare facilities. “IHF’S”
a) Purchase independent Diagnostic Imaging Centers, creating a National player
b) Consolidate a segmented industry that currently doesn’t have a national or significant regional presence.
c) Identifying existing clinics that offer substantial revenue, profitability, and cash flows.
2) Identify Synergies for maximum earnings
a) Find efficiencies with Radiologist reading (move to telehealth services), daily operations, software systems, buy-side equipment, and other areas that increase profitability.
b) Maximize profitability by streamlining administration.
c) Maximize provincial fee codes where applicable.
3) National Branding
a) National branding, building a reputation based on value and patient care.
b) Establish core principles for professional patient care.
c) Establish a name that referring physicians can depend on.
d) Think national, be involved locally to continue community roots.
e) Create an image and environment for staff that leads to success and the best inpatient care.
What’s Leveljump Healthcare Corp. Canada TSXV: (JUMP) USA OTCQB: (JMPHF) Got Up Its Sleeves In The Future?
Over the next few years, Leveljump plans to aggressively grow the company through the following strategic measures:
- Organic growth, new customer contracts, and acquisitions.
- Acquisitions that have both positive cash flow and net income
- Expanding to other provinces and jurisdictions.
- Establishment of daytime radiologist reading groups for IHF services.
- Acquire diagnostic imaging centers and build a national brand positioned for long-term international growth.
- Growing earnings per share and return value for shareholders.
Mitch Geisler has been the CEO of CTS since 2010. He has overseen its operations and growth from $850,000 in gross revenues to approximately $5.4 million. Mr. Geisler is a seasoned entrepreneur in multiple sectors including, healthcare, mining, and hospitality. He has built companies from the ground up and has extensive experience in operations management and oversight. In addition, Mitch has experience implementing policies and procedures, directing marketing and growth strategies, and providing long-term corporate success initiatives. Mitch is a graduate of York University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
Rob has been working as a consultant to CTS since 2009 and became its CFO in 2019. He has advised on its operational growth and accounting matters. Rob has many years of experience with corporate finance and structuring, corporate accounting and auditing, and working with start-up companies. Rob has a remarkable ability to think outside the box to assist in problem-solving, securing funding, and creating structured corporate vision and focus. Rob has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto specializing in Actuarial Science and Corporate Finance.
Sandra J. Hall
Sandra Hall has provided financial, administrative, and executive services to numerous publicly traded companies independently since 1996. The positions range from President of EnerNorth Industries Inc., an American Stock Exchange-listed company, to secretary and director of TSX-V Canadian Capital Pool companies Good2Go Corp and Good2Go2 Corp. As such, Ms. Hall has extensive experience in corporate secretarial, financial administration, and regulatory and investor communications for public and private companies. Throughout her career, Ms. Hall has also held various directorships and executive positions in reporting issuers, including: Corporate Secretary and Comptroller of Novicius Corp., President of EnerNorth Industries Inc, Secretary, Comptroller and Director of API Technologies Corp., Director of TNK Resources, Special Committee Member and a Director of Quarry Oil & Gas Ltd, and a director of Rally Energy Corp. Ms. Hall has a comprehensive understanding of financial statements, accounting practices, audit committee responsibilities and reporting requirements in Canada and the United States.
Jeff is the CEO of Psyched Wellness, a Canadian-based health supplement company focused on distributing functional mush-rooms and consumer packaged goods. He is a seasoned capital market and deal structuring professional who has taken several companies public. These companies include Datametrex AI Limited, Graph Blockchain, New Wave Esports, and Psyched Wellness via reverse takeovers on various Canadian stock exchanges and has advised on numerous M&A opportunities. He has held both senior officer and director roles with public companies including: Co-Founder, President, and COO of Datametrex AI Limited, Interim CEO of Graph Blockchain, Director of New Wave Esports, and Director of Global UAV Technologies.
Mr. Prihar Brings extensive healthcare experience to spearhead advanced training in outreach, Telemedicine, and expansive growth strategies. Gary brings comprehensive and advanced industry knowledge to the organization with the critical lens of CPA and CA designations. In addition, Mr. Prihar’s experience empowers management with an intimate understanding of the dynamics that create a platform for highly successful interactions between provider and recipient. Before being appointed to the advisory board, Gary Prihar’s track record has a legacy of commitment to strategic growth, with industry leadership and collaboration hallmarks. This experience includes the role of President and Co-Founder of Move Health & Wellness.
Lowell has over 25 years of Capital Markets experience at Canadian and Global Investment Banks. Lowell has completed equity and debt financings for a broad range of public and private Canadian & U.S. companies. Lowell worked in Institutional Equity Sales at Scotia Capital & Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Toronto and New York. Before that, Lowell was an Investment Advisor at Scotia McLeod in Toronto, where he helped start what is now Private Client Wealth Management. Lowell is Experienced in Securities Analysis, Asset Management, Investment Banking, Raising Capital, Leadership & has a unique understanding of Capital Markets, Small to Medium Enterprises & Real Estate, both public and private. Lowell’s Private Market Real Estate knowledge comes from growing up in his family’s real estate business which included owning Mostport Park from 1966 to 1998.
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Leveljump Healthcare Corp. provides radiology solutions for hospitals, emergency rooms and private clinics. We provide telehealth services that are designed to provide doctor to doctor collaboration and diagnosis allowing for efficient and effective patient care.