THE ROLE OF MEDICAL PRACTICE ASSISTANTS IN A CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE SETTING
Busy practices are often looking for innovative and efficient ways to improve their businesses, often with diminishing resources at their disposal.
Medical Practice Assistants (MPAs) are highly valued, multi-skilled team members of the medical practice, formally trained to provide administrative and clinical assistance to health practitioners.
RDN’s Workforce Retention Manager recently attended the inaugural Medical Practice Assisting Conference in Newcastle. The conference was hosted by the HNECCPHN in collaboration with University of New England Partnerships (UNEP) and the AAPM, and focused on the role of the MPA in the contemporary general practice setting.
Pictured: MPA Carla Barkwill (left) and MPA Sharon McSwan (right) from Gloucester Medico, with RDN Retention Manager Kristy Seysener (middle) at the Medical Practice Assisting Conference in Newcastle.