BMA guidance on fees for non-NHS work

The BMA is looking at designing a calculator which would help practices to set fees for non-NHS work.

John Canning
John Canning

Dr John Canning, chairman of the BMA's professional fees committee, explains the idea in a four-minute video posted on YouTube.

In a section entitled How do I work out a fair fee to charge?, he says: ‘It's a combination of two things: What is a market rate? And how much profit you expect to have?'

He explains that issues to consider include expenses, for example staff costs, and says that the BMA is designing a calculator to help people address this.

neil.durham@haymarket.com

Medeconomics Non-NHS fees

 


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