Specialisations

Medical & Health Services

BDH Leaders have worked with medical practitioners, pharmacists and business in the health industry since our inception.

Services to business

The following is a list of the services that we offer to our medical practitioners, pharmacists and health professional businesses.

  • Succession planning
  • Advice and management of self managed superannuation funds
  • Business planning and implementation
  • Strategic planning services
  • Financial performance review on a regular basis including cash flow and budget analysis
  • Business benchmarking
  • Key performance indicator development and reporting
  • Taxation planning
  • Review of remuneration packages, conditions of employment and bonus schemes
  • Financing – bank and leasing
  • Investment and wealth creation plans and strategies

Consultative Committees

Gede Barone also sits on a number of consultative committees that meet on a regular basis. The purpose of these meeting is to ensure that the principals of the business are held accountable in achieving their objectives and goals in respect of their business.

Let us help you create a stress free business environment so you can continue to focus on what you do best, helping others with their health.

If you would like to discuss any of these matters please contact Gede Barone

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