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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 –...

Healthcare staffing beyond Brexit

The new year saw the introduction of the post-Brexit immigration system and with it, new rules for skilled workers coming from the EU. Alex...

Making infrastructure fit for (re)purpose 

As the future patient experience continues to change in response to general trends such as technological evolution, and in response to the more immediate...

DoLS under lockdown

DAC Beachcroft partner and expert in mental health, Gill Weatherhill, discusses what impact Covid-19 has had on DoLS, and whether we should expect the...

Continuing supply

As the Covid-19 pandemic forces more companies into liquidation, new rules introduced in June mean suppliers of goods and services could find themselves required...

Digital health: ensuring your business is investor-ready

The Covid-19 pandemic has put digital healthcare provision centre stage and with it, the potential for increased M&A activity. Jocelyn Ormond, corporate partner at...

Health sector HR practice: the unexpected impact of Covid-19

Furlough schemes, PPE and shielding are fast becoming areas where healthcare HR directors have had to develop expertise, but as the impact of the...

The Paterson Inquiry Report: HR processes and patient safety

Jog Hundle and Stuart Craig, partners at national law firm Mills & Reeve, ask whether HR processes enabled Ian Paterson’s unusual surgical character to...