As a healthcare professional, you strive to provide your patients with quality, personalised care and empower them to engage in their own healthcare journey. However, the daily operational pressures and the unique needs of every patient means navigating patient care can be fraught with risk.
Thinking about setting up your own medical practice? Without doubt, 2018 is bursting with potential for medical practice owners. We’ve explored the latest legislation, industry trends and insights, so you can turn our 2017 learnings into your 2018 success. Here's what we've learnt.
After many years of hard work, you’re finally reaching the culmination of your medical training and chances are you’re weighing up options for your next move. While a common choice for a young fellow is to work in an established clinic or retain a post at a hospital, you may decide take the leap set up your own private practice. It’s a challenging road for any medical professional, especially so for new graduates — but it can be done and the rewards are significant.
2018 is ripe with opportunity for multidisciplinary clinics. The growing accessibility of data allows healthcare professionals to create more personalised and positive experiences for patients; however, the changing healthcare landscape also poses several challenges. For healthcare leaders, championing change management is crucial for staying ahead of the curve. We've explored the practical steps you can take in order to future-proof your organisation and pioneer steady growth for years to come.
Microsoft Australia hosted their first annual summit in Sydney this week, which I was fortunate enough to attend. Microsoft’s mission to Empower every person and every organisation on the planet to achieve more is aspirational to say the least. Through listening to the key notes, attending the focused sessions and meeting with some of the global leaders, I’m now convinced that Microsoft may actually pull it off.
Transforming the lives of patients for the better is one of the most rewarding aspects of delivering the highest quality patient care. However, medical professionals also carry considerable levels of responsibility and risk. There are many aspects of implementing appropriate systems and processes to manage the high levels of medical and procedural responsibilities required to operate a modern medical practice.
Like every business, medical practices face the same challenges of operating profitably while also delivering the highest quality of service. From cash flow to capital, unlocking opportunities also comes with associated risks.
Opening a new medical practice can be fraught with the challenges of servicing today’s dynamic healthcare industry. Despite the challenges, establishing a medical private practice can be an incredibly rewarding accomplishment for a medical professional, providing the chance to make key decisions that directly influence the standards of care delivered to patients. It is therefore crucial to strike a balance between being a leading medical practitioner and an innovative business owner.
Opening your own medical practice is a rewarding endeavour. As a new business owner, you'll need to establish efficient processes and smart finances. This practical guide aims to streamline your operations and simplify your finances, from day one.