We can take off like the travel industry

Today, the appointment booking process in the private healthcare sector is so fragmented, inefficient and limited in scope that...

Where cardiologists go wrong

Clinical negligence claims notified by Medical Defence Union cardiology members are analysed by Dr Claire Wratten, who advises on...

Devices are to be better monitored

Devising a new strategy – David Hare explains what the Government’s response to the Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review...

What the court expects of you

Lord Hodge, deputy president of the Supreme Court, gave the keynote address at this year’s Expert Witness Institute online...

Safe messaging

Can you guarantee the safety and confidentiality of your patients when using digital messaging apps? Security and compliance should...

Avoid going to the dogs

Thinking long term is key when it comes to investing. Dr Benjamin Holdsworth on why the noise of short-term performance...

Five key steps to sell a private practice

Keep It Legal Whether you’re looking to retire or planning your next venture, it is essential you make the...

Ensure you get paid

In the first of two articles, Simon Brignall discusses five common themes arising from his conversations with consultants wanting...

Knowing the limits of your expertise

Scope of practice and acting within your skill set is important as a doctor, but what happens when someone...

When asked to be an influencer

Business Dilemmas Dr Ellie Mein discusses the issues to consider if you are approached to partner with well-known health, exercise...

‘X’ is for eXit strategy

The building blocks of accountancy is for eXit strategy In our A-Z of top tips, Julia Burn reaches the...

A region that’s ripe for collaboration

Our regional round-up of PPUs’ progress continues with Philip Housden’s look at the private patient services in the nine NHS...
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