Solicitors and plan providers unite
The partnership sees Goodman Grant sit as Patient Plan Directs preferred legal services provider and vice-versa. Both organisations intend to work together cohesively moving forward to ensure they deliver first class services to the dental industry.
Goodman Grant Solicitors was formed earlier this year, bringing together two of the most experienced lawyers in the country to provide expert legal services to dentists.
Both Ray Goodman and John Grant have over 20 years experience each in providing legal services to dentists and the dental industry. Ray Goodman is currently chairman of lawyers section of the national association of specialist dental accountants and lawyers (NASDAL), whilst John Grant is the immediate past chairman of the association of specialist providers to dentists (ASPD).
Patient Plan Direct has reshaped the dental plan sector with its market leading proposition charging dentists just £1 per patient per month including the provision of A&E patient insurance whilst at the same time giving more control to dentists, reducing the administrative burden and reducing plan administration costs. This all ensures that a practice’s plan delivers total flexibility and most importantly allows a practice to retain more of its own plan income and brand.
Conrad Broadbent, Patient Plan Direct managing director, commented: ‘Our carefully selected partner network ensures our clients have the option to access the best advise and support in other key practice functions in addition to the dental plan administration we provide. We’re delighted to have partnered with Goodman Grant who we¹re confident without doubt are the best around when it comes to all things legal in dentistry.’
John Grant of Goodman Grant added: ‘We recognise Patient Plan Directs approach to dental plans is one that works, ensuring dentists can cut costs and spend these savings on specialist and bespoke advice in areas that demand attention. We’re looking forward to working alongside Patient Plan Direct as we both continue to deliver services in line with demands of dentistry.’