Managing Your Practice
Medical Practice in Nova Scotia is more than just treating patients.
In addition to managing patients, a physician in private practice also needs to manage premises, staff, and finances. These can be broadly grouped into clinical and non-clinical skills.
Medical workers need considerable knowledge, skills, and proficiencies to provide standard healthcare. Some of these are mandated by the Medical Act.
- BLS and ACLS competency
- Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- Physician Peer Review (PPR-NS)
- Maintaining medical records
Heart and Stroke Foundation
These include managing staff and billing. The well-being of physicians is essential so they can provide healthcare to others.