Why Choose Tulsi Solutions?


Tulsi Solutions Co. is a professional consulting firm located in Harrisburg, PA that offers a full portfolio of services and solutions to assist medical practices with running a successful business.

Our goal is to partner with you to streamline your business practices to create efficiency and increase profitability, increase patient and staff retention and satisfaction, and reduce compliance risks. 

Our service includes a comprehensive practice analysis to help identify revenue gaps and improve business management, a thorough report of our findings, a cost analysis, and a schedule of next steps. We also offer  a suite of quality products, including medical financing, that will help you get there quickly and  smoothly. That’s how we ensure your success.

Our process is designed to empower your team and outfit them with the tools they need to succeed. Contact us today about how we can support your growth and put you on a solid track to success and profit.  

What does Tulsi Mean?

Tulsi is a basil that is used for medicinal and spiritual purposes. The word Tulsi means "The Uncomparable One". The Tulsi plant originated from India where it is considered a sacred plant in the Hindu culture. Tulsi is used predominantly in Ayurvedic medicine for lifestyle-related chronic diseases.

Several years ago, Melissa Brandt, CEO and Founder of Tulsi Solutions, took an interest in Ayurveda, which means the science of life. Her interest lead her to take a trip to Kerala India, the Ayurveda Capital of the World, to further understand Ayurveda and how she could incorporate it into her daily life. Little did she know this trip would be a life-changing experience for her. She completely fell in love with India, the people, and their culture. 

When she started this business, she wanted to call it something that was meaningful to her. Melissa thought Tulsi was the perfect word to marry her passion for holistic health and wellness, desire to offer top-notch service to medical providers - the uncomparable one, and her love of India.