What you will learn
Doctors working within independent healthcare are continually having to adapt their practices to an ever-changing landscape. This conference will look at the “ins and outs” of private practice from the logistics of setting up a private practice for the first time to making sure established practitioners are reaching their maximum potential. For new entrants to the private sector, attending the conference in person will offer a chance to network with colleagues who have already established and run successful practices.
The conference will also include presentations on ‘Investigations’ and cover the top three mistakes doctors engaged in private practice make and how Medical Defence Organisations can help its members.
- An overview of private healthcare
- The interface between primary and secondary care
- Self pay and private medical insurance patients
- Multi-disciplinary teams
- An update from the Private Healthcare Information Network.
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: primary care
This session will focus on providing practical advice GPs will find very helpful when setting up in private practice and will also cover current issues facing private GPs
- Parallel session 2: secondary care
This session will give advice on aspects of contemporary secondary care consultants will find very useful as they set up in private practice and relevant discussions on engagement with private medical insurers and private hospital groups.
A drinks reception offering more information and networking opportunities will be held at the close of the conference programme from 4.30 – 5.30 pm for those people attending in person.
In person attendance at BMA House, London including trade displays, networking opportunities, refreshments and lunch:
BMA members: £160.00 + VAT (total £192.00)
Non-members: £260.00 + VAT (total £312.00)
A limited online package is also available for those unable to attend in person: this includes access to the conference live stream (including one parallel session) and the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers for possible selection by the conference chair. Please note that the conference presentations will NOT be recorded.
Online registration for BMA members: £140 + VAT (total £168.00)
Online registration for non-members: £240 + VAT (total £288.00)
CPD accreditation has been applied for.