Turn your building into an investment

Dosani, Sabina
April 2007
New Zealand Doctor;4/11/2007, p29
The article offers pieces of advice on how general practitioners (GPs) can have a sustainable return on investments as they shift to primary care business from secondary care. The author says that GPs need the right information to make the best decisions commercially and clinically to make the most out of their businesses. She asserts that performance can be improved by reconfiguring a practice into a larger entity and housing it in purpose-built facilities.


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