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Social Enterprise UK's Andy Daly talks to Skill Mill Managing Director David Parks and Hempsons partner Crispin Pettifer about The Skill Mill's exciting project to extend the programme they deliver to more vulnerable young people to help them break the cycle of re-offending and gain work experience.
As a Registered Manager of a regulated activity, you have a personal responsibility to ensure your service operates in accordance with the Fundamental Standards as set out in the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014.
Key Lines of enquiry, prompts and ratings characteristics for adult social care services
New PPN published; Requirements for contracts covered by the WTO Government Procurement Agreement & the UK-EU Trade &...
The second Procurement Policy Note of 2021 was published at the end of last week.
Justin Cumberlege, partner at specialist law firm Hempsons, looks at what you need to do to obtain consent if you want your practice to become a company
The government’s health and care white paper “Integration and Innovation: working together to improve health and social care for all” was launched last week. It paves the way for a Health and Care Bill intended to increase collaboration and co-operation across the health and social care services.
Hempsons' Regulatory & Crime Team has successfully defended an Associate Specialist in Emergency Medicine, following a two-week Medical Practitioners Tribunal hearing.
The main thrust of the paper is to put ICS (integrated Care Systems) onto a statutory footing, and provide the statutory foundation for the reforms which are a progression of the Five Year Forward View (which was published 7 years ago now) and the NHS Long Term Plan published in 2019.
The regulatory process for recognition of dental qualifications obtained outside of the UK has always proven somewhat challenging.
Linda Metcalf has received an immediate 6-month custodial sentence for her deliberate attempt to defraud the NHS and deceive the Court. She has also been ordered to pay the Trust’s costs of the proceedings. Sentence was passed by Mr Justice Griffiths in the Leeds District Registry on 11.02.21.
NHS England has today published its consultation on the proposed NHS Provider Selection Regime. The consultation on these proposals will run until 7 April 2021.
With the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area, both UK and EU data controllers are now having to grapple with cross-border data requirements where previously there were none. Chris Alderson discusses the issues
While many doctors find their businesses suffering in the lockdown, others are planning to set one up. So what do you need to know to be within the law? Read our guidance on the legal considerations that you need to think about if you are setting up a UK healthcare business.
The Government has issued the first Procurement Policy Note of 2021, applicable to all contracting authorities.