“A professionally organised event with quality presentations relevant to today’s general practice” – Mark Woodhouse
The first Management in Practice conference of the year took place last week in Manchester at the Bridgewater Hall. This year we saw over 370 Practice Managers, Practice Directors, and Administrators attend the event, with sessions full throughout the day.
There were many engaging topics on the programme this year, with particular interest surrounding the morning keynote panel on devolution, and Ben Saunders’ motivational speech on the importance of teamwork and how best to tackle challenges.
Other highlights included; avoiding harm in primary care – a session led by MDDUS, streamlining practice processes to maximise income for personally administered items and a panel session on what it takes to be an outstanding practice – with advice from practices who have received an outstanding CQC inspection.
The Management in Practice events team are conscious of bringing together the healthcare community with other key stakeholders from the industry, with the event offering an exhibition alongside the conference. Leading service providers and associationswere able to discuss the latest cutting-edge solutions and showcase their latest products and services to attendees.
What did our delegates think of the event?
“A good, informative day away from the Practice. Topics were relevant and enjoyable.” – Andrea Conway
“Enjoyable day with some very good speakers. Up to the minute news & information – something to take back to the practice every year!” – Wendy Ryder
“Enjoyed the day [it] was a great networking opportunity. [I]really appreciated the (valid) day out of the practice!” – Kelly Atkins
“I really enjoyed the event and attend every year. The topics keep you up to-date and it gives you a chance to reflect on how you do things in your practice.” – Brenda Nasr
“An excellent and well-organised event with interesting and thought provoking presentations! A great opportunity to network and gather valuable information. Thank you MIP!” – Rachel Kennouche
Management in Practice events are free to attend for Practice Managers, Practice Directors, Practice Administrators, GP Partners and Secretaries. The events have been designed to support those at the forefront of primary care business management in staying up to date with policy change, developing long term business strategy and seeking practice efficiencies. Management in Practice will be travelling to Birmingham on13th September and then on to London on16th November.
More information can be found here.