As you go into 2018, I’m sure you’ve had at least some fleeting thoughts about a New Year’s resolution, or two. Perhaps a couple have already ‘slipped through to the keeper’!

Changing habits can take real commitment and with a busy schedule it can be all too easy to slip back into your old routine or way of thinking.

If you are looking to make changes in your practice this year, there are many ways in which MIGA can help you and make achieving your goals much easier. Here are some of the ways we can help:

Quick wins
Here are a couple of quick ways to make a change that will pay dividends for you in 2018:

– Stay up to date – follow us on social media, either through LinkedIn or Facebook to stay up to date with what is happening at MIGA and issues impacting delivery of healthcare services

– Register for Qantas Points – If you haven’t already registered, visit our website to register your details and reward yourself in 2018!

Dealing with liability issues
If you have any liability issues impacting your practice that are worrying you or causing concern, give us a call. Our team are available to assist on a variety of matters and if it’s outside their expertise they will be able to point you in the right direction to get the help you need.

Making change sometimes requires new learning. MIGA provides access to a broad range of risk education activities  that can help you understand and deal with risk in your practice. A range of participation modes are offered to provide easy access. Through our partnership with The Private Practice you can also access a number of courses designed to help you better manage your business. These are offered to you at a significant discount through MIGA’s preferential pricing.

Safeguarding your business
None of us really knows what lies around the corner, but being prepared is our best protection. Protecting your practice through professional indemnity insurance and Business insurance with MIGA will help your practice prepare for any eventuality. Our expert staff can help you put these covers in place.

We wish you all the best with your 2018 New Year resolutions and encourage you to consider the tips and stick with it. We also draw your attention to the last tip, ‘Ask for help’. We are here to help if you need it, please don’t hesitate to ask!

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