Well you need to count the income that actually hits your account.
Meaning, how many of those patients paid their copay. How much of that copay made it to the bank.
How much of those patients entered in their insurance information correctly into your EHR, and of those, how many of those insurances paid. What percentage of the billed amount did they pay you? How much of that money hit your account, and how long did it take to arrive?
What are your expenses, relative to that income? You had to pay for the rooms, supplies, staff, electricity, billing staff, EHR, etc.
When you dont know how much money your practice is really keeping, then you often require finance assistance.