A few years ago medical professionals would have felt the need to hide when depression was eating away at them, or that their workload was becoming a problem. Now the subject of mental wellbeing is welcomed. The taboo over mental health has been slowly chipped away.
If one or more key members of staff is on sick leave or unable to work, your practice still has a number of financial commitments to make. Business (or Practice) Overheads insurance can support you through these periods – have you considered the worst-case scenarios?
Risk management is all part of running a practice – whether that is NHS or private. Here are three of the big risks facing practice owners in 2019. 1. Attracting and retaining talent to the healthcare sector It is no secret that many doctors and dentists are leaving the NHS, or the healthcare profession altogether,…
Covering your practice’s obligatory costs if a key clinical team member is sick or injured can be stressful – but help is here for the smart practice owners who choose Business Overheads Insurance. Review these scenarios where Business Overheads Insurance can be vital.
Working in the healthcare industry comes with high levels of stress. The media regularly reports on overstretched GP surgeries, busy A&E departments and unsustainable long shifts. However, the focus is often on outcomes for patients or physical exhaustion of medical staff, and not mental health.