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On-demand 30 May 2013   Budgeting and Cash Flow
Anxiety about finance can affect people throughout their lives, even when they have high incomes which is common for healthcare practitioners. However, budgeting can reduce anxiety and pave the way fo ...
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On-demand 30 May 2014   Debt Management
Whether it’s your own personal finance or that of your clinic/practice, people and businesses will almost always acquire a loan, and thus debt, at some point. Most individuals will acquire a loan for ...
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On-demand 30 May 2014   Understanding Insurance
Insurance policies can be complex and even the policies we may understand more readily such as car and home & contents insurance policies can be hard to understand. This module covers basics such as t ...
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webinar
On-demand 11 Jun 2016   Medicare and the PSR - update and emerging issues
Daniel Davison (Meridian Lawyers) and Dr Peter Simpson (MIPS) will highlight the recent developments regarding recovery from practices and the strategic direction of Medicare and the PSR. Medicare bil ...
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On-demand 11 Jun 2016   Online interactions - What should you do?
Healthcare practitioners deal with several communication mediums daily from practice websites, appointment platforms, apps and social media. These are all subject to the typical rules of ethical and p ...
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On-demand 11 Jun 2016   Common practice scenarios - what would you do?
MIPS members contact our clinico-legal advisory team almost daily for advice on the following aspects of practice where they could potentially place themselves in the path of an adverse outcome. Dr ...
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webinar
On-demand 12 Jun 2016   Diagnostics: Improvements in healthcare
This is the second part of our error in diagnosis webinar series which is to be presented by Dr Carmel Crock who is convenor of the Australian Diagnostic Error in Medicine Conference, ED Consultant a ...
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On-demand 12 Jun 2016   Diagnostics: A team sport
David E. Newman-Toker is Professor of Neurology, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology, and Emergency Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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On-demand 13 Jun 2016   Calamities in endodontics
Calamities in endodontics hosted by Doctor Omar Ikram. Dr Ikram is a Specialist Endodontist and practice owner of Specialist Endo Crows Nest (based in Sydney's lower North Shore). He is also a Specia ...
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On-demand 13 Jun 2016   Life and times of a rural and remote practitioner
Dr Nicol is a dedicated rural doctor who is providing crucial medical services to the Queensland community of Winton. He has worked hard to rebuild the doctor workforce in the town,receiving the ACRRM ...
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On-demand 13 Jun 2016   Just tell the truth - reports, certificates and evidence
Learn your requirements for authorising documents and providing reports, your AHPRA code of conduct and the obligations on you by the courts. Emma Harman is a senior associate specialising in medi ...
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On-demand 13 Jun 2016   The heavier side of practice - A Dietitian's advice on discussing obesity with patients
We examine a variety of challenges primarily dealing with the assessment and treatment of overweight and obese patients. The discussion will focus on the clinico-legal risks of failing to address obes ...
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On-demand 13 Jun 2016   Practising under adversity - claims, complaints & investigations
Practising under adversity - claims, complaints & investigations
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On-demand 13 Jun 2016   A risk mitigation guide for international graduates
International practitioners make a valuable contribution to Australian healthcare, especially in rural communities. Without you, many Australians would find it difficult and in some cases, near imposs ...
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On-demand 13 Jun 2016   Contemporary patient communication
In recent years many medical and dental practices and practitioners have increasingly communicated with patients via email, SMS or phone. Examples include confirming appointments and recalls/follow up ...
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