Healthcare Conference March 2024

We are delighted to invite you to attend BHP’s Healthcare conference week which consists of a series of webinars designed specifically for GPs and Practice Managers. These webinars will cover a range of topics that are essential for running a successful GP practice. With a lineup of expert speakers providing valuable insights, this is not to be missed.

Taking place across the week commencing 4th March, you can register for one or all of the webinar sessions. Each webinar will last 1 hour and there will be time to ask questions at the end.

Webinar 1 – Understanding GP practice accounts: Monday 4 March 12.30pm-1.30pm

Join BHP’s Senior Manager Conor Fields to gain a better understanding of what your accounts show you and how they can help you make decisions. Dr Carl Foster, Priory View Medical Centre will be joining the session to give his thoughts. To book click here.

Webinar 2 – Surgery Premises: Tuesday 5 March 1pm-2pm

BHP Healthcare Partner Jenny Hurst and guest Will Ellis from BW Healthcare Surveyors will look at ownership of GP premises including tax relief and cashflow, maximising the value of your premises and retirement and succession planning. To book click here.

Webinar 3 – Practice profitability/ drawings and cashflow: Wednesday 6 March 12.30pm-1.30pm

Join BHP Healthcare Partner Colin Haw and Sarah Fillipich from Wellbeck Road Health Centre to give a review of material income and expenditure covering budgets and systems. Partners’ drawings calculations and cash flow forecasting. To book click here.

Webinar 4 – PCN Ltd companies: Thursday 7 March 1pm-2pm

Neha Shah from Capsticks Solicitors and Jenny Hurst will cover legal and financial considerations including corporate structure, VAT cost sharing groups, access to NHS pension scheme, TUPE, service provision and taxation. To book click here.

Webinar 5 – Tax Update: Friday 8 March 12.30pm-1.30pm

BHP Healthcare Partner Rachelle Rowbottom will focus on the latest tax updates and changes that have been announced following the Spring Budget on 6 March. Rachelle will look at the impact of these changes on healthcare businesses and provide valuable guidance on tax planning strategies. To book click here.