The focus on integrated care systems means workforce matters remain a key priority. Our well-recognised knowledge of the health and care sector and our strategic advice help clients to maximise workforce performance and flexibility by empowering you to get the results needed – whether in complex medical staffing disputes or multi-party transactions with TUPE issues.

Blogs from our legal experts:

  • Supporting the transition to statutory ICSs
    NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE/I) has published a flotilla of guidance documents designed to support Integrated Care System leadership teams establish integrated care boards by 1 April 2022. The interim guidance aims to provide as much clarity as possible to support ICS teams with managing the transition in time for the April deadline – this is, of course, subject to parliamentary scrutiny as the Health and Care Bill enters the Committee stage on 7 September. All policy documents, guidance and resources can be found on the dedicated ICS Guidance webpage and on NHS Futures platform.
  • New report finds NHS and social care staff burnout at ‘emergency’ levels 
    The Health and Social Care Select Committee’s new report from its inquiry into workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care makes clear that burnout is a “widespread reality” and has negative effects on staff mental health, impacting staff and patients. Read more...
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