Transitioning in and out of General Practice Ownership
Webinar 29 Oct, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (AEDT)
General practice ownership can be confusing to navigate. There are lots of considerations to make when buying into a practice as well as the other end of the scale when an owner is looking to sell a practice.
This webinar explores the key areas of general practice ownership from both the current ownership perspective and a potential buyer perspective. This webinar will provide an overview of the transition process between general practice ownership, the benefits of your business plan and also how to de-risk the transition process in and out of general practice ownership.
Relevance to general practice: This webinar is relevant to both existing practice owners and those looking to buy into or set up a practice. The key areas for consideration when buying will be covered, along with an overview of the transitioning out of practice ownership and how to de-risk the process for yourself as an owner.Learning outcomes
This event attracts 2 CPD points
FacilitatorDr Cathy Kan
I have been working at Spencer Road Family Practice, Huntingdale WA, for 25 years since I obtained my RACGP Fellowship. A joint owner of the practice for 10 years and a principal supervisor for RACGP registrar trainees in the practice. I have just started in the role of Chair, RACGP Specific Interests Business of General Practice.Presenters Dean Crozier
CEO Health Project Services
The founding CEO of the group, Dean established Health Project Services with the goal of transforming how Australia meets its future healthcare infrastructure and operational needs. Previously both a builder and developer, Dean has worked with clients ranging from small private healthcare practices, such as local GPs, to larger government healthcare precincts, not-for-profit organisations and corporate healthcare operators. His motto for project success is: research, analysis, strategy, delivery.Graham Lawrence
Head of Business Services Health Project Services
Graham has more than 20 years senior leadership experience in health care; covering private hospitals, pathology, medical research and clinical trials, integrative health care, specialist centres and primary care. Prior to health care, he worked for IBM, News Corporation and Foxtel, and has expanded that commercial experience to private, public and not-for-profit health care organisations. Graham has significant track record in business start-up, business turnaround, and culture change, and brings a partnership approach to all engagements.