About Australian Medical Benchmarks

 

The Australian Medical Benchmarks program was originally a joint initiative between Cutcher & Neale, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), new technology enterprise RACGP Oxygen and Australian Association of Practice Managers (AAPM) and has been collecting information since May 2010. Throughout this time, the program has continued to grow the active number of participants in order to provide you with the most accurate, up to date and geographically diverse industry benchmark in Australia.


Being the first of its kind within Australia, the principle objective was to develop a benchmarking tool that could provide medical practices with a current, detailed and broad geographic report. Today, the Australian Medical Benchmarks continues to grow its member base and adapt its capabilities to suit the needs of medical practices and professionals.

About Cutcher & Neale

The Australian Medical Benchmarks program is owned and powered by Cutcher & Neale Accounting and Financial Services.

Established in 1953, we are one of the leading regional accounting and finance consulting firms in Australia. Located in Newcastle's CBD, the firm comprises nine Partners and over one hundred staff within nine specialist divisions.

From the day the firm first opened its doors, Medical and Dental clients have been at the heart of our business. As a result, we have an intimate understanding of the unique requirements of both professions acquired over 60 years. Our passion for assisting Medical professionals to achieve their personal and financial goals has been one of the driving forces behind the creation and continual growth of the Australian Medical Benchmarks program.

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