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 […]
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.
If I had a dollar for every time a medical centre asked me if I knew of any GPs looking for a job, well you know my answer! Yes, I would be a millionaire. There is a shortage of General Practitioners in Australia, which makes the recruitment process a lot harder.
Please find below the first blog of the year! Firstly can I send my heartfelt thoughts for those Australians who are suffering in the fires. It seems that everyone you talk to has either been directly or indirectly impacted by the fires.
Acknowledgement: This article was originally published here at Health Law Solutions. As an employer, there is a range of processes your medical practice employees and contractors will need to follow. Doing so will ensure high quality patient care and maintain the professional reputation of your practice.
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.
The thought of setting up a new medical centre can be exciting and daunting all at the same time. Being an doctor, you have probably worked in a number of centres before making the decision to start your own practice.