Introduction to medical practice business solutions
Hosted by Shannon Murphy, a partner at MLPC, a firm that specialises in the medical sector and with a strong focus on utilising cloud technology to enable practices to become more efficient and empowered.
Shannon will conduct an introduction to Xero and how this market leading accounting software can be utilised within medical practices.
As well as an introduction to the extremely powerful and multi-faceted KPeyes management reporting and automated doctor’s disbursement platform.
These two systems once integrated with a medical practices practice management system (PMS) can assist practice managers and practice owners in raising their overall understanding of their medical practice as well as automate laborious time-consuming tasks.
We welcome all practice managers and practice owners to this free event and hope that you will find the information presented of interest. MLPC looks forward to meeting you all.
Please allow for an hour for the presentation and some Q&A, if Q&A does go for longer than anticipated more than happy to try facilitate where possible.
Limited seats (12)
ML Private Clients
Shannon Murphy is a qualified accountant and founding partner of MLPC, who provides management accounting, financial, operational and tax accounting services to astute, high net worth clients in the medical, dental and allied health industries.
Shannon’s expertise is in using cloud technology to assist practice owner clients to create efficiencies within their medical practice and enhance their understanding of both their business and individual situations.
Specialising in the medical sector, Shannon and the team from MLPC, have a in-depth understanding of the key performance indicators that relate to medical practices/businesses and what critical KPI’s contribute to success.
Shannon is also a guest speaker and presenter at this years RACGP National Practice Owners conference being held in Sydney in May. Talking about minimising MBS Audit Risk.
Please register to the event by using the following form.