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webinar: Keeping the business afloat Book Now

Status:
Archived
Dates:
2:00pm 26 May 2020 to 3:00pm 26 May 2020
Venue:
Online
Categories:
Leadership;Management;Webinar
Address:
Broadcast from Suite 7 19 Norwood Crescent , Moonee Ponds VIC 3039

Course Fees

Non-Member
$80.00
Member
$40.00

Course Description

The business world has changed.  Business survival will depend upon how quickly a business can adapt.


As the initial action phase of this health crisis has passed, management systems need to be put in place to pay the bills incurred during that action phase.  Cash flow is crucial for business survival and the decisions and actions made today can keep the business afloat.

In our one hour webinar you will learn;
- setting priorities
- setting a budget 
- communication with key stakeholders
- government incentives for business
- how to access government incentives and payments
- support and motivation

This webinar will include a 40 minute presentation, followed by 30 - 40 minutes open forum for Q & A.  Ask a question, have your problem solved today.
To ensure your question is dealt with during the webinar, send in your question to training@ahig.com.au by 5 pm Monday 25 May.

Presenter

Brett McPherson

Brett McPherson - Director Medical Business Network

Brett has 25+ years health management experience and currently works with and consults to a number of practices across Australia where adopting “Quality as a Business Strategy” and embracing e-Health through IT innovation has provided significant benefits to patients, practice services and overall practice efficiency and profitability. Brett sits and sat on many government and professional advisory groups, including PIP, PNIP, RACGP – GPAF, NW Melbourne PHN – Practice Managers Reference Group and St Vincent’s GP Liaison Advisory Group. Brett co-authored the AVANT Practice Manager Resource Tool. Brett consults widely to medical practices and is regularly sought as a speaker for international, national and local events on a variety of topics around practice management

Last Updated: 2020-05-27 9:05 AM
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