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The continued uncertainty as to the form of any "deal" between the UK and the EU or indeed whether the UK and the EU will reach a "deal" has meant that many businesses have postponed taking steps to assess the potential supply chain impact of Brexit.
12 November 2018
A new decision highlights issues around the lack of use of protocols concerning the disclosure of information in child abuse and linked criminal and care proceedings.
07 November 2018
We look at the steps health and care organisations can take to avoid the financial distress caused by the insolvency of contractual counterparties.
18 October 2018
In the current climate both commissioners and providers are, more than ever, grappling with the need for service change. Unfortunately getting patient and public involvement (whether that be by way of engagement or consultation) wrong means that a legal challenge, by way of a Judicial Review, could beckon with consequent delays, legal fees and reputational damage.
08 October 2018
NHS England’s consultation on the contracting arrangements for Integrated Care Providers (ICPs) was launched on 3 August 2018 and remains open for feedback closing on 26 October 2018.
08 October 2018
In September, NHS Improvement told NHS providers to stop creating or changing subsidiary companies, because it will be publishing a consultation in October on a new regulatory approach to subsidiary companies and, following the consultation, will be issuing new guidance.
08 October 2018
Deal or no deal, how will the UK establish a new legal framework after Brexit?
25 September 2018
Committees in common are an increasingly popular mechanism for organisations to take decisions together on projects that cross organisational and geographical boundaries.
24 July 2018
In addition to all the other problems you knew you had, you can now add the risk that your decisions might not be lawfully taken. Unfortunately, it is quite easy to get it wrong. The consequences can be horrendous, causing expense and delay, and even resulting in the abandonment of otherwise great proposals.
17 July 2018
Government has at long last published full details of the post-Brexit Settlement Scheme for EU nationals in the UK.
05 July 2018
The way the Bill has been amended in Parliament on the way to becoming an Act offers some intriguing clues about how the next phase of the Brexit negotiations may unfold.
04 July 2018
In 2013, Monitor published its independent review for the Secretary of State on the NHS “playing field” (presumably consciously steering away from the word “market”), which looked at whether there were market distortions that affected public, private and charitable providers differently.
08 June 2018
You are a foundation trust looking to procure new premises. How can you plan for that?
08 June 2018
The momentum behind the concept of General Practice working at scale has increased exponentially over the last couple of years. Find out more...
08 June 2018
Preparation for the General Data Protection Regulation date of 25 May is, for many health and care organisations, at an advanced stage. That said, at a recent in-house seminar for health and care providers, a number of important issues were discussed – and we share these with you.
17 May 2018
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