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Making a Profit in Testing Times

A one-day seminar offering innovative ways to boost your practice profits in lean times and to maximise the opportunities presented by primary care reform

A one-day seminar offering innovative ways to boost your practice profits in lean times and to maximise the opportunities presented by primary care reform

Whether you aspire to become a high-income practice or are simply struggling to maintain your profit base, this one-day seminar for GPs and practice managers will bring you inspirational solutions to your dilemmas. Our business-minded GPs and financial experts will identify the major threats to practice profits over the next few years and how to combat them – and turn them into opportunities. They will explore alternative income streams where traditional sources have dried up and guide you step-by-step through the process of setting up a new service.

You will hear case studies on innovative ways individual practices have worked with the private and third sector to boost their income and benefit patients. You will also be given advice on how to prepare for your new dual role as provider and commissioner – and ensure patient care isn't adversely affected by the pressure to be a ‘responsible commissioner', particularly at a time when the abolition of practice boundaries means patients can simply up sticks and go. They will look at how you could go about federating with neighbouring practices to increase your power within consortia and to cut expenses and pool staff and services. You should leave the event armed with a raft of practical solutions for boosting profits in your practice and ensuring your practice's success in the new NHS.

A must-attend for:

GP partners and practice managers looking to make cost savings and boost income

Choice of two venues:

  • London - 7 July 2011
  • Manchester - 14 July 2011

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Making a Profit in a climate of pay freeze

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