A test example of the dashboard profile of a consultant on The Private Practice Register. The blue tabs show different areas including NHS and private practice and indemnity
The Private Practice Register has taken off as a useful resource for independent practitioners to upload and control all their practice information and supporting documents in one secure place. Healthcode’s managing director Peter Connor outlines its advantages.
Data errors can have serious consequences for your private practice.
Whether it is an incorrect address that leads to a missed delivery or the wrong digit in a bank account number that results in a payment going astray, inaccurate data can be exasperating and costly.
And, of course, you then have to spend valuable time chasing offending companies and correcting mistakes.
If you are a consultant, it is incumbent on you to ensure that private medical insurers and hospitals hold accurate data about your practice and professional credentials.
However, until a few years ago, the process of submitting this information to each organisation was time-consuming and repetitive for anyone just starting out in practice. And a change in details later usually meant contacting everyone in turn to update them.
It was an administrative treadmill that technology is supposed to eradicate.
This was the thought that first inspired and motivated Healthcode to create the Private Practice Register (The PPR) in 2016.
We wanted to use our expertise in online technology to develop a directory where every independent practitioner could upload and control all their practice information and supporting documents in one secure place.
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