• Sun. Jun 16th, 2024

LevelJump Healthcare: A Deep Dive

LevelJump Healthcare Corp. (TSXV: JUMP) (OTCQB: JMPHF) (FSE: 75J) is an emerging growth story and we believe the business is flying under the radar. The company provides telehealth solutions to client hospitals and imaging centers through its teleradiology division. The firm also offers in person radiology services through its IHF’s (Independent Healthcare Facilities) and we consider this to be a major growth driver for the business. 

LevelJump focuses primarily on providing critical care services for urgent and emergency patients and is working to establish integral relationships in the communities it operates in. We believe the management team is executing on a calculated growth strategy and are favorable on the risk-reward profile that is associated with the business. 

Executing on a Multi-Faceted Growth Strategy 

We believe LevelJump is executing on a multi-faceted growth strategy that is centered around recording strong organic growth and making accretive acquisitions. We are favorable on the organic and inorganic growth strategy that is associated with the business and want our readers to be aware of the opportunity. 

To provide more information on the business, we want to provide detail on LevelJump’s organic and inorganic growth strategy:


  1. Teleradiology business – plans to acquire new clients and expand services to existing clients
  2. Increase IHF revenue per location – will utilize marketing efforts, physician engagement, and adding additional modalities to achieve this
  3. Build telehospital and urgent care Canada


  1. Acquire healthcare providers with existing revenues and positive cashflow
  2. Acquire companies that offer products and services that complement existing businesses

An Emerging Growth Story

Currently, LevelJump operates 3 IHFs which provide x-ray, ultrasound and mammography scans directly to patients. The company is in the process of constructing a new multi-modality IHF in central Toronto (expected to open in the second quarter of 2023) and we are bullish on the growth prospects that are associated with the project. 

LevelJump provides all of its services through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Canadian Teleradiology Services (CTS). Through this business unit, the company has established itself as a leader in teleradiology in Canada. The service is a doctor-to-doctor telehealth solution and we are bullish on this aspect of the business. 

Currently, CTS provides services to more than three dozen Canadian hospitals and clinics. The business provides solutions that assist understaffed hospitals, overworked radiology groups, and shortages in emergency care. 

Over the next year, LevelJump plans to expand the business and we consider this to be an important part of the story. From telehospital services to urgent care Canada, the management team has an attractive expansion strategy and we believe the market is not assigning any value to this part of the business.

Negotiated More Favorable Terms for an Acquisition 

Last month, LevelJump reported that it completed its preliminary due diligence and agreed to amending agreements with the sellers for the proposed Alberta IHF acquisition. The deal was initially announced in November 2022 and we are favorable on the updated terms of the transaction. 

Based on the new agreement, LevelJump will be paying less for the acquisition as the purchase price has been reduced to $5.76 million. The company plans to acquire the asset for a combination of cash and stock and we expected the transaction to immediately prove to be accretive. 

The acquisition is expected to close in May (based on satisfying several conditions) and we are bullish on the growth prospects that are associated with the deal. According to public information, IHF is generating approx. $4.75 million of revenue and we expect this number to increase post-acquisition. 

We are bullish on the transaction due to the services that are provided by IHF (i.e., x-ray, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, and bone mineral density scans). We expect the companies to find synergies between the business units and believe the growth opportunity for the combined company is much more significant.

Issues a Dividend For Certain Preferred Shareholders

A week after LevelJump issued an update on the pending acquisition, the company announced that it had declared its first dividend on its Class A Series 1 8% Cumulative Redeemable Convertible Non-Voting Preferred Shares. 

The dividend issued by LevelJump was $0.02 per share and we find this to be an important development. By providing a dividend, the company was able to start returning value to its investors and we believe this is an important aspect of the story. 

We have analyzed a number of telehealth companies and only few have been able to return value to shareholders. We believe that LevelJump is led by a management team that cares about its investors and consider this to be a very important trait of the company.

Led by a Management Team with a Proven Track Record

When analyzing any company, we first look at the management team to decide if the business is worth looking into. With regard to LevelJump, we believe the company is led by a management team that is focused on execution and value creation. 

LevelJump CEO Mitch Geisler has played the most important role in the growth of the business and has overseen operations since 2010. We are bullish on how the business has evolved under Mr. Geisler’s leadership and believe he is bringing the company on a path to profitability. He has a proven track record of success and is a seasoned entrepreneur in multiple sectors including healthcare, mining and hospitality.

LevelJump CFO Rob Landau has been with the business for more than 10 years and became its CFO in 2019. While working for the company, he has advised on its operational growth and accounting matters. From corporate accounting to capital raising, Mr. Landau provides LevelJump with a wide range of expertise and we consider him to be a key member of the team. 

An Undervalued Growth Story 

During the last year, LevelJump has been nothing short of an execution story and we believe the business is undervalued at current levels. Some of the most important highlights from the last year include:

  1. Generated more than $9 million of revenue (not including $2.1 million share of real time revenue)
  2. The company acquired three x-ray and ultrasound centers (IHFs) in Ontario and an x-ray and ultrasound IHF license in central Toronto (plans to open a new clinic in second quarter of 2023)
  3. Grown the business by adding two new teleradiology contracts
  4. Currently developing new operations both in-patient and online for urgent care
  5. Acquired 25.6% of Real Time Medical, a Teleradiology business in Canada

At current levels, LevelJump is trading for less than 1x revenue and we expect this to change over the next year. As the management team continues to execute, we believe the stock will attract more attention and want our readers to be aware of it. 

Over the next year, we expect LevelJump to announce a series of positive developments and believe the business is well positioned for growth. For more than a decade, the company has reported strong growth and has an established operating history with long lasting client relationships.

We consider LevelJump to be a company that has significant potential growth catalysts and believe the market is undervaluing the business. From the growing IHF footprint to the new radiology contracts, the company is well positioned to capitalize on a burgeoning market and we are favorable on how the management team is executing. 

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