Results Showing | 1 - 10 of 100
MDDUS teams up with RCGP to provide substantial savings for new GPs
MDDUS is proud to announce a new partnership with the RCGP that reduces the cost of indemnity and RCGP membership for newly qualified GPs in their first five years after qualification.
Good practice in consent – RCGP accredited course
MDDUS members can learn how to get it right when obtaining consent with our new online course – accredited by the Royal College of GPs.
MDDUS launches new mission statement and brand values
MDDUS has launched a new mission statement and set out its brand values after an extensive consultation involving staff, the Board and a membership survey and working group.
Sign up for new risk webinars
FIND out more about managing incapacity in adults, the new NHS Scotland complaints handling procedure and the use of chaperones in the latest MDDUS risk management webinars.
MDDUS input on new GMC indemnity guidance
MDDUS is pleased the GMC has addressed concerns on how "adequate and appropriate indemnity and insurance" is interpreted as part of new updated guidance.
Discount rate change in Scotland will further increase legal costs
THE Scottish Government has announced its intention to follow the decision made in England by the Lord Chancellor to cut the discount rate applied to personal injury claims from 2.5 to -0.75 per cent. This will result in an increase in the size of compensation payments, leading to significant new costs for the NHS in Scotland and medical defence organisations (MDOs), such as MDDUS.
Book now for MDDUS Practice Managers' Conference
THE popular MDDUS Practice Managers’ Conference is being held this year at the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews on Thursday 30 November and Friday 1 December.
Insight Spring Q1 2017 puzzle solution
Solution to Insight Spring Q1 2017 crossword puzzle
Compensation reform will lead to significant legal cost rise in England
THE Lord Chancellor, Liz Truss, has today announced a cut to the discount rate applied to personal injury claims from 2.5 per cent to minus 0.75 per cent. The effect will be an increase in the size of compensation payments, leading to significant new costs for the NHS and medical defence organisations (MDOs), such as MDDUS.
Advice line there to be used
MDDUS is keen to dispel the myth that contacting its advice line impacts on the subscription rates members pay.