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The march towards mandatory Covid-19 vaccination for healthcare workers across different jurisdictions is the subject of complex moral debate, but on a practical level...

Investing in fertility: from seed to maturity

Heightened demand coupled with innovation and emerging technology are helping turn the fertility market into an investment hotbed. Dorian Rees, senior corporate associate at...

Building for the future

Activity remains high in the healthcare real estate market, but the sector still faces funding and staffing challenges, explains Louise Crook, partner at law...

MedTech and digital health

David Beynon, partner with Harrison Clark Rickerbys, looks at how healthcare businesses can identify and exploit new opportunities arising from inherent intellectual assets Medical technology...

Braced for change: the shape of post-pandemic dentistry

The dental sector is emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic in better shape than many anticipated during the first lockdown. Clare Emery, partner at law...

The White Paper and the future of system leadership

Udara Ranasinghe, partner at DAC Beachcroft, considers how system leadership in healthcare has manifested itself during the pandemic, and how these may develop in light...

The future of regulation

Corinne Slingo, partner at DAC Beachcroft, explores the future of regulation for health and social care providers in light of the White Paper and...

The White Paper’s impact on procurement in healthcare

The government’s recent White Paper seeks to ‘bust bureaucracy’ by removing healthcare services from current procurement rules and replacing them with a new provider...

Buy and Build – the best of both for healthcare growth

Natalie Wade, corporate and health partner at Mills & Reeve, explains why buy and build can present an alternative strategy for healthcare providers looking...

Covid-19 a catalyst for digital transformation but … challenges persist

Charlotte Lewis, commercial health and technology lawyer at Mills & Reeve considers whether Covid-19 has pushed healthcare systems over the technology tipping point –...