Upcoming AGPAL webinar: Coffee with Gary | September 2020
Gary Smith, AGPAL Director and Co-Surveyor, and Chair of Quality Innovation Performance Limited (QIP), has a wealth of experience from his 34+ years in general practice. We are delighted to invite you to join us for our second edition of ‘Coffee with Gary’ AGPAL webinar series. Combining his wealth of knowledge in general practice and its management, practice accreditation, and his real-world approach to business – these webinars are a must for all general practice staff.
This open and engaging conversation is your opportunity to discuss those questions and concerns you have but haven’t been able to get the chance to talk about. In an understanding and honest discussion, we invite you to bring your operational issues to the table.
Despite general practice accreditation remaining suspended, continuous quality improvement has not stopped. Useful for all roles, including practice managers, GPs, and medical administrator–we can offer support and advice to help keep you and your team in moving forward. Maybe it’s human resources, staff morale, medical accreditation-related systems, Primary Incentives Payment (PIP) incentives, medical resources or financial concerns you may be dealing with.
Meet and network with other health team members experiencing the same struggles and experiences. This is your opportunity to share how you resolved or continue to resolve these issues.
At AGPAL, we view accreditation as a continuous improvement journey that we guide general practices through to ensure their patients, staff, and community receive the best quality care and support. To assist throughout this process, our Education and Training team endeavour to provide on-going support and resources for your practice team to learn and benefit from.
As part of these offerings, we host live webinars, some available to the public, and other complementary to AGPAL clients. These provide accreditation guidance, standards advice, policy and procedure tips, and highlight major updates as they arise.