The BMA private practice committee (PPC) will be holding a virtual conference on Monday 15 November 2021.
Doctors working within independent healthcare are continually having to adapt their practices to an ever-changing landscape, never more so than during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This conference will look at the 'ins and outs' of private practice from the logistics of setting up in private practice for the first time, to making sure established practitioners are reaching their maximum potential.
For new entrants to the private sector, the conference will offer a chance to network with colleagues who have already established and run successful practices.
CPD accreditation has been applied for.
- Stephen Dorrell, chairman at LaingBuisson, will give an overview of the economics of private healthcare
- A presentation on the Ian Paterson inquiry and implications for the private sector
- Alexandra Harkins, responsible officer at Independent Doctors Federation, will give a talk on revalidations and appraisals in the independent sector
As part of the programme you will have an opportunity to attend one of the following parallel sessions scheduled to take place during the afternoon.
Parallel session 1: Setting up and developing in private general practice
This session will focus on providing practical advice GPs will find very helpful as they set up.
Parallel session 2: Setting up and developing your private practice - specialists
This session will give advice on aspects of contemporary secondary care consultants will find very useful as they set up.
Parallel session 3: Established GPs and specialists
You may be established but is your practice performing to its full potential? This session will cover aspects of how to get the most out of your practice.
BMA members: £75 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: £150 (incl. VAT)