Alarm bells are ringing with a recent Medical Centre Queensland Payroll Tax Ruling spreading fear nationwide. Fortunately there is a 15-minute confidential self-assessment Payroll and Income tax checklist to address this recent “Medical Centre” Payroll Tax and Federal Court Ruling that targets how you run your practice. Please take the time as a medical practice […]
Setting up a general medical centre can be daunting anyway, and then you have to deal with the acronyms i.e. PRODA, PKI, HPOS, SEED, NASH etc. I swear that my partner thinks I am speaking another language when I am on the phone. So, let us start at the beginning so you know what is […]
When designing a new medical practice setup or refitting an existing one, there are many factors to think about. The standards set by RACGP, your clinic workflow and patient experience are all important to ensure your facilities are “fit-for-purpose” to provide quality patient care.
Whether setting up your practice from scratch or running an existing medical centre, many roles must be maintained to service all facets of a business. Marketing may not be high on the list of priorities when planning your practice set up, yet your reputation is slowly building from the first moment you mention your new […]
Acknowledgement: This article was originally published here at Health Law Solutions. An important part of medical practice management is understanding the charging of lease to pathology and imaging providers.
Acknowledgement: This article was originally published here at Health Law Solutions. The Medicare Shared Debt Recovery Scheme (Scheme) commenced on 1 July 2019.
Setting up medical practice advertising that is cohesive, cost-effective and compliant with Australian Law requires many considerations. Just getting to the stage of setting up a medical practice ready to take bookings, involves a plethora of tasks.
We have expressed, on many occasions, the importance of having doctors on binding written contracts to ensure the continuity of their services to your practice and to protect your goodwill. Contractor or employee? Don’t forget, how hard it was and how much it cost to recruit them!
A partnership of trusts is not an uncommon structure for the operation of a medical practice. But are you aware that at law there is a rule against self-dealing? Now consider for a moment the not uncommon structure for the ownership and operation of a medical practice where a company was incorporated (A Co. Pty Ltd)