The English Health service has changed it’s mind. Doctors working part time may avoid public declarations of non-NHS / locum income. If this ruling had been enforced it would have to apply to Dentists, Lucum Nurses and Physiotherapists, Consultants etc. (Possibly even politicians!) But the other jurisdictions may choose to be different…. Readers should remember this is a market controlled entirely by government. Undercapacity and under resourcing are political rationing choices made over decades. Failing with a cap on pay is punishment for poor manpower planning…..
Chris Smyth reports in The Times 10th Feb 2017: Doctors win right to keep non-NHS income private
On October 4th he reported: Doctors split over NHS ‘loyalty’ plans
But earlier, on September 20th he reported: Doctors told to reveal all income from private work
On Jan 26th 2017The Times reported: GP plan to charge for weekend appointments
July 9th 2016: Locum paid nearly £500k despite curb on agency costs