September Edition of Stay Connected

September Edition of Stay Connected

Stay Connected

In this month’s edition of Stay Connected, our Head of Accountancy has taken the work out of the Government’s mini budget and gives you the salient details of how it will affect you and your practice.

When was the last time you analysed your patient journey or even how your business functions in general? This month we look at how you can best do this to ensure your practice thrives!

We have examined how you can streamline and improve your patient journey to make onboarding new patients easier and ensure that they return to your practice long-term, helping boost patient retention and increase profits.

Our specialists have examined how strategic reviews can benefit your practice, helping you identify your strengths and weaknesses. Conducting a well-rounded evaluation across all elements of your business can help you adapt and grow and remove any issues before they become detrimental.

And finally, we know that NHS wait times are encouraging people to turn to private medical care. We have looked at 5 things private practices should consider to meet the needs of self-pay patients to help grow your practice and ensure their needs can be met.

Best wishes,

Designated Medical Team.

July Edition of Stay Connected

July Edition of Stay Connected

Stay Connected

Hello and welcome to the July edition of our newsletter.

he sun is shining and everyone’s getting ready for the first Summer of restriction-free travel, more importantly, business seems to be booming for many of you, which is great to see!

For the last few months, one of the top news stories each day has been related to the increasing cost of living in the UK. In this issue, we are taking a more in-depth look at the cost-of-living crisis and what this means for employers.

Our Managing Director, Jane Braithwaite has also been busy answering Independent Practitioners’ FAQs on how to take advantage of the self-pay boom to increase your profitability and grow your business.

We would like to round up the issue by introducing you to our management team who head up our specialist teams across the business.

We are here to help provide professional services and advice for your business’, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team.

Best wishes

Designated Medical Team

March Edition of Stay Connected

March Edition of Stay Connected

Stay Connected March

Hello and welcome to the March edition of our newsletter.

e have a lot to cover this month so we’ll jump right in! Our HR and Recruitment Manager has written an insightful article this month on diversity and inclusion. We shine a light on recruitment tools, resources and techniques to help meet your diversity goals.

We take advice from experts at XERO on how to manage cash flow and income, particularly in these inflating and politically turbulent times.

At Designated we are delighted to introduce our newest member to the leadership team. Our new Head of Medical PA Services, Jo Mitchelson. I’m sure she will be in touch with you all shortly. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with her at jo@designatedgroup.com

Finally a few admin notes, we have updated the company terms and conditions and these are available on our websites should you wish to review them.

Going forward we will be distributing our newsletters on a quarterly basis, this helps us to ensure we are serving up the most valuable content and information within every communication.

Best wishes

Designated Medical Team

February Edition of Stay Connected

February Edition of Stay Connected

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Hello and welcome to the February edition of our newsletter.

Where has the year gone already?! We do hope you have gotten off to a good start though, and business is going well. In this months newsletter, we’re talking HR, Recruitment and Accountancy. In a new series for The Independent Practitioner Today, our Managing Director, Jane Braithwaite answers reader questions relating to running and staffing a private practice. This month looks at the responsibilities around hiring a personal assistant from an employers perspective. This ties quite nicely to our next article on how the recruitment process of a new team member isn’t over once the contract is signed, induction is still a major part of the process and how the first few months are highly important for both parties. Finally, we look at some of the recent HMRC announcements and what this means for private practitioners.

Best wishes

Designated Medical Team

January Edition of Stay Connected

January Edition of Stay Connected

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Hello and welcome to the January edition of our newsletter.

The New Year is an ideal time to take a fresh look at your business operations and make any changes to areas you feel are stagnant or not working as efficiently as they should. In this months newsletter our Managing Director, Jane Braithwaite shares an article originally written for Independent Practitioner Today on ‘How to get off to a good start in 2022’.

With that in mind, we are launching a January competition for all of our existing clients and contacts to help you kick start 2022! Read below to find out more.

Continuing our focus on HR, we look at writing your employer value proposition. Research from Gartner discovered: Organisations that effectively deliver on their EVP can decrease annual employee turnover by just under 70% and increase new hire commitment by nearly 30%”

So getting it written is a great step into 2022!

Best wishes

Designated Medical Team

January Stay Connected

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