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If you are a general practitioner with a special interest in general dermatology and would like to have input at the national RACGP level, HealthCert Education alumni are invited to join the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Specific Interests (RACGP SI) Dermatology body. Dr Jeremy Hudson, Chair of RACGP SI Dermatology, extends this invitation in the below letter. Continue reading “Invitation to join RACGP Special Interests Dermatology”
[PARTNERSHIP] There’s not much you can do without an income. In monetary terms, your ability to earn an income is your biggest asset by far – which is why income protection is so important. As a medical professional when you’re protecting your biggest asset, there are 4 things you need to understand so you know what you’re covered for, and what that means at claim time: Continue reading “Income protection 101 for primary care doctors”
Based on the questions received during a recent webinar, Financial Adviser Stephen Price (Integer Financial Group) shares some advice.
We all understand the necessity and importance of insurance, but most don’t know where to start looking when it comes to finding cover that is a right fit. Researching insurers can be tedious, confusing and potentially incredibly costly if you get it wrong. As frustrating as it may be spending money on something you hope to never use, if an event occurred where you had to make a claim then you would be relieved knowing that you have the protection required to see you through. It’s critical that we get this right. Continue reading “[GUEST ARTICLE] Insurance Premium Structure: Getting it right from the start”
In this webinar, Paul Elmslie (Founder and CEO of National Skin Cancer Centres and HealthCert Education) and Ben Williams (COO, Medical and Surgical Requisites) offer expert advice on how to save money and time on medical consumables and equipment in your practice, including how to do a health check of your clinic’s bottom line. Continue reading “[WEBINAR] COVID-19 Management Advice with Paul Elmslie and Ben Williams (Week 4)”
In this podcast, Paul Elmslie (Founder and CEO of National Skin Cancer Centres and HealthCert Education) and Ben Williams (COO, Medical and Surgical Requisites) offer expert advice on how to save money and time on medical consumables and equipment in your practice, including how to do a health check of your clinic’s bottom line. Continue reading “[PODCAST] COVID-19 Management Advice with Paul Elmslie and Ben Williams (Week 4)”
Why is it important for general practitioners to increase their understanding of mainstream sleep disorders and snoring?
As community awareness about inadequate sleep rapidly grows – boosted by publicity around excess screen time – more and more people are trying to self-manage their sleep patterns. Commonly, they gather data from smart watches and apps that monitor the duration and quality of their sleep. Continue reading “[6 min read] Why GPs need to increase their understanding of sleep disorders and snoring”
Why are general practitioners and skin cancer doctors ideally positioned to provide aesthetic services in their practice?
The latest trends in health and skin care result in an increased demand for skin repair and rejuvenation services – and skilled practitioners. Patients with clinical skin conditions prefer to receive these services from a trusted, qualified doctor rather than from a beautician or cosmetic nurse. GPs and skin cancer doctors are optimally placed to provide these services because they already share a high level of rapport with their patients. Continue reading “[3 min read] Why GPs and skin cancer doctors are best placed to provide aesthetic services”