Is there a doctor on the payroll?
There is an increasing trend towards employment of doctors in the private hospital sector, marking a shift away from traditional models of self-employment. James Rhodes, partner at international law firm, DAC Beachcroft LLP, takes a look at those factors and the employment law implications for…...
The chance to get personal
Consumers are increasingly paying for their own genetic profiles and becoming aware of their health risks but who will step in to help them proactively address the health risks they have unearthed? Emmanuel Aisabokhae and Ben Enejo of Arthur D Little explain how the increase…...
Dealing in the basics
Much-need Capex for the NHS and dependable returns for long-term investors: the investment case for NHS infrastructure sounds like a no-brainer. So why aren’t more deals being done? asks Ann McGauran How keen is the private sector to invest in the NHS, and what factors…...
Slowdown in the city
The latest Private Acute Medical Care in Central London report from LaingBuisson points to a slowing of the growth enjoyed by central London’s private hospitals over the last decade. But, according to report author Ted Townsend that’s not putting off overseas investors Growth for independent…...
Major independent hospital groups have reported a slowdown in NHS activity over the last 12 months as the financial noose tightens and the service turns its attention away from electives and onto A&E. However, while NHS demand may have weakened Maria Davies discovers that rumours…...
HM meets… Hedley Goldberg
A weak government, political uncertainty and imminent withdrawal from the world’s largest trading block could make for an unsettling investment environment. But Hedley Goldberg, managing director and head of healthcare at Rothschild tells Maria Davies that investor appetite for high quality assets will make 2018…...
A busy year for independent healthcare
AIHO CEO Fiona Booth sets out the major challenges and events that could impact on the healthcare industry in 2018 With 2017 already a distant memory, and with no crystal ball, AIHO has identified some known challenges and events for 2018. In January, the Bishop…...
Spotlight on STPs
As the Health Select Committee resumes its inquiry into STPs, independent providers call for a more inclusive approach to local plans By David Hare, CEO of the NHS Partners Network More than a year after the deadline for Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) leaders to…...
What will the Autumn Budget mean for healthcare in 2018?
NHSPN CEO David Hare looks at what the £6.3bn of additional funding for the NHS in England really means for the NHS and the independent sector With stagnating economic growth and Brexit just two of the many challenges the government is currently contending with, few…...
An app a day…
Long waits and inconvenient appointment times are fuelling increased demand for private primary care services. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the rise of the ‘virtual GP app’, which is tapping into a new, young and technically savvy market with enhanced accessibility and a…...
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