Patients want it, but should GPs offer 'buy now pay later' services?
The AMA’s Ethics and Medico-Legal Committee recently discussed whether it is ethically appropriate for a doctor to offer Afterpay (or similar) financial payment services in their medical practices.
Afterpay is a payment service promoted as an alternative to credit.1 It charges retailers to offer customers interest-free instalment plans by splitting a purchase amount over four fortnightly instalments.
The service is free to customers who pay on time, with no interest and no contracts. Unlike other payment products, Afterpay does not