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On completing her studies in 2013 Rebecca joined Monitor (now part of NHS Improvement) as part of the co-operation and competition directorate. Whilst there Rebecca worked on a number of investigations into the commissioning of NHS services and operation of patient choice under the National Health Service (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No.2) Regulations 2013. Rebecca went on to train in-house at Monitor, with secondments to the Care Quality Commission and Government Legal Department where she completed seats in adult social care regulation and immigration judicial review respectively.
On qualification Rebecca joined the NHS Improvement legal team advising on a wide range of regulatory and governance matters including the assessment of NHS trusts for NHS foundation trust status, investigation and enforcement under the NHS provider licence, regulation under the single oversight framework, transactions involving NHS trusts and NHS foundation trusts, and licensing of independent providers. Rebecca also advised on internal procurement and contracting matters.
Having graduated in 2009 in anatomy and human biology, Rebecca completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course whilst working as a healthcare commercial paralegal.
Rebecca joined Hempsons in 2017 and is currently working on a number of projects involving NHS trusts and NHS foundation trusts.
Main areas of expertise
- NHS commissioning and procurement
- Judicial review
The clients she works with
- NHS trusts
- NHS foundation trusts
- Clinical commissioning groups
On 1 October 2017 Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) and University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust (UHSM) merged to form the largest NHS foundation trust in the country: Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT).
Newsflash: New competition law requirements for the private healthcare sector including NHS private patient units
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has made an order to implement the “consultant fees remedy” under the Private Healthcare Market Investigation Order 2014 (the Order).
Newsflash: NHS England and NHS Improvement publish long awaited Integrated Support and Assurance Process Guidance
NHS England (NHSE) and NHS Improvement (NHSI) published an introduction to the Integrated Support and Assurance Process (ISAP) in November 2016. This somewhat sparse guidance gave an initial outline to the process and what could be expected but left emerging accountable care systems guessing as to the detail of the process.
NHS Improvement (NHSI) has published Transactions guidance - for trusts undertaking transactions, inlcuding mergers and acquisitions which replaces Monitor’s previous guidance supporting NHS providers: guidance on transactions for NHS foundation trusts (updated March 2015) and the NHS Trust Development Authority’s transactions guidance in delivering for patients: the 2015/16 Accountability Framework for NHS trust boards (June 2015).