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Kirsty Odell sets out some of the key stages to buying or selling a practice, which will keep you on the right track for a smooth transition from buyer to practice owner.
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.
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.
NHS England issued a letter on 21 January 2021 summarising changes to the GMS contract for 2021/2022. Ongoing uncertainty arising from the pandemic means that there will need to be further changes to the contract in the course of the year.
Following the letter of preparedness issued on 22 December 2020, NHS dental practices should be aware of their increased targets for the last quarter of the financial year and the proposed reconciliation and abatement processes for calculating any clawback and deemed activity.
We are delighted to announce a new partner and several associate promotions, providing a major boost to our healthcare advisory, healthcare litigation, commercial and real estate teams.
Justin Cumberlege from specialist healthcare law firm Hempsons, provides some guidance on incorporating a primary care network
Successful Corporate Transaction by Hempsons' commercial lawyers for our client RD Capital Partners (RDCP).
GP practices wanting to incorporate will be considered in line with new guidance issued by the NHS. GP enquiries about incorporating their practices or forming PCN companies have risen in part driven by the added liability created by PCNs and other "at scale" providers.
We are increasingly being asked by PCNs to advise on whether they can form companies to carry out network activities.
We are delighted to announce another outstanding year for Hempsons in The Legal 500. Our team has been praised for its exceptional reputation and high quality of work over the past year.
NHSE has now published an amendment to the network contract DES for 2020/21. PCNs will be able to opt out of the Network Contract DES by giving notice to its CCG by 17th October if they do not wish to accept these revised terms.
In this brief note we provide a short summary of the new Regulations which bring into legal force, the restrictions announced by the Prime Minister on Monday 23 March 2020.
For businesses both big and small it is all too commonplace for contracts to be agreed without either reading or understanding them.