365 patients =$109M/year revenue and $21.75M this Q
If they had 215 patients last quarter and started the quarter with 65 then that means they added 150 patients, or 50 patients per month. If that trend continued this quarter, and they added another 150 patients, that would put them at 365 patients, and at $300K/patient/year, that is $109M/year in revenue.
An argument can be made for fewer patient additions, or higher patient additions due to the EU starting up, but stay with the baseline for now.
If we normalize he 150 patients over the quarter and assume half (75) for revenue, then that puts this Q around $21.74M for revenue.
I think system_architect's numbers are right on the money, give or take a million. I was coming in at around 22 mill. In any case, I think we will have a win here. the analysts didn't put up big numbers for this quarter.