As a practice owner, you need to run a tight ship to make sure that everything in your practice ticks over as it should. Time is precious and when you’re busy your priority is your patients rather than insurance. But dropping one ball can lead to a cascade of organisational mayhem. This is where your practice manager is vital.
Your practice manager plays an extensive role in your practice
From delegating tasks to non-clinical staff, managing any projects your practice has on the go, to even hiring key members of staff, your practice manager is a vital cog in the wheel of your business.
They look after both the non-clinical and business side of your practice to make sure it offers the best possible care for your patients and the best working environment for your team. They are responsible for the smooth running of your business.
Their day to day activities could range from:
- Financial management
- HR services
- Strategic planning
- IT management.
A practice manager needs excellent organisational, communication and leadership skills.
The practice manager is in charge of making sure that crucial legal, ethical and organisational guidelines are adhered to by all staff members and that your practice obeys industry and government guidelines.
Making sure you’re fully covered is one of the most important tasks for any practice
As a practice owner, you need to make sure you have the correct insurance up and running should anything go wrong. But who is in charge of making sure you have all the cover you need at the best price?
Have you got time to source the best insurance possible for your practice?
Looking into insurance can take a while – there are so many options to run through to make sure you have the most suitable cover.
Should something go wrong you need to know that you have the most suitable insurance to cover your practice needs. And apart from yourself, who is best to know what those needs are, other than your practice manager?
With their insight across the business, from legal to finance, they are in the perfect position to support you with choosing insurance.
So why not free up some of your own time by delegating the important task of hunting for great insurance to them.
What is included in Practice insurance?
Practice insurance can include:
- Buildings or Tenants Improvements Cover
- Practice Contents Cover
- Computers Cover
- Stock Cover
- Pressure Vessel Insurance
- Public and Employer’s Liability Insurance
- Full Equipment Breakdown Cover
- Walk-in Theft Cover
- Loss of Gross Revenue
With the additional option of:
- Terrorism Cover
- Cyber-Liability Insurance
- Key-Person/Locum Cover
- Pressure Vessel Inspection Cover
Find out more about Practice insurance from All Med Pro.
We can help your practice manager
Let us help your practice manager find the best rates and ensure the most appropriate cover for your practice. All Med Pro offers market-leading cover and competitive premiums. We only work with the best insurers, many of whom have won awards for the way they handle insurance claims. Contact us today to find out more.