This is a draft agreement between a legal entity administering parts or the whole of the practice. These agreements have to not only pass legal muster, but also align with HPCSA rules in not constituting the hiving off of fees, and not constituting fee-sharing. It must allow the practitioners to retain de facto and de iure control over the practice, where the administrator only renders a supporting and contracted-in service.
This substantive draft policy document guides employees in the Practice as to how personal- and health information must be handled. It also includes the PAIA Information Requester Forms and extracts from relevant legal provisions dealing with confidentiality.