The excitement of starting something new is eventually tempered by the reality of day-to-day operations. Even the greatest inspiration and degree of determination still require a well-thought-out and executed plan to increase the potential for long-term success. Regardless of any realities, it’s best to think big when setting up your own business, after all, you […]
Keeping yourself buoyant with managing a new or existing practice and introducing quality improvement. Whether you are managing an existing practice, in the process of setting up a new practice or have had a new practice for a few weeks or months, there always seems to be a tendency to become “bogged” down in the […]
Ask anyone about KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators), and you would be sure to find that the feeling most associated with them is dread. Understandably, having our work scrutinised may appear as micro-managed interference. Yet, KPI’s provide a measurable way to demonstrate how effectively a business is achieving key objectives.
A medical centre with optimised practice management has a better chance of having satisfied clients, relaxed staff and focused doctors. Achieving all three may seem unattainable, yet even if one of these areas is focused upon there is sure to be a follow-on effect.
Several factors can lead to a medical practice losing money, yet don’t think for one moment that your medical practice is different from any other. If you do not have robust systems in place for every aspect of your medical practice, you will be losing money.
Space planning for your new surgery can be far more complex than deciding where to put the stereo. Andrew Campion counters your perplexity with some guidelines for successful design. After you’ve made the decision to refurbish or relocate your practice, and ideally prepared a brief, space planning can begin.
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.
Welcome to the 2019 financial year! There have been a lot of changes this year. The introduction of QIPIP, new MBS items numbers and interesting new technology being incorporated into general practice. It is a very exciting time for general practice.
I get asked this question several times a week and the best way to explain it is how I developed this system for virtual practice management many years ago, and the momentum it has created since that time. I managed a large general medical centre in Queensland. Ten consulting rooms, sixteen doctors and around ten […]