Agility is the key to surviving the crisis

As the profession faces ongoing challenges over winter, how can consultants plan strategically for their practice while adapting quickly...

Some light for 2021

David Hare casts a look back at 2020 and is optimistic for independent practitioners in the year ahead. As we...

Price-fixing detectives are on your case

Louise Banér, director of the Competition and Markets Authority, gives advice to readers on how to avoid breaching anti-cartel...

The danger of too much showing off

Social media is, by nature, social – and like any social gathering, there are not only rules dictating acceptable...

Harness people power

Jane Braithwaite explores the broad subject of managing people and teams, covering topics such as our responsibility as employers,...

Reduce the risks of patients falling between two stools

Patients travel across bridges when they move from the care of one professional to another. Communication between clinicians forms...

You must give them all the information

The GMC guidance entitled ‘Decision-making and consent’ came into effect from 9 November and is intended to support doctors...

A new dawn in my fight for justice

Surgeon Mr David Sellu, convicted for gross negligence manslaughter of a private patient – overturned on appeal after a 30-month...

Much more than a bill clearing house

From invoice clearing to The Private Practice Register, Healthcode has been in the vanguard of a technology revolution in...

Charting these stormy waters

Simon Brignall provides ten simple medical billing rules to help you chart your practice through the current difficult economic...

Interest rates fall below freezing

Dr Benjamin Holdsworth shows why your cash is not a sensible long-term option. So ensure your longer-term assets are sensibly...

Renting property is now less daunting

‘Keep it Legal’ Independent practitioners need to be aware of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ updated Code for...
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