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Jeremy has overall responsibility for the delivery of commercial services nationally to our NHS clients. Jeremy's work has included PFI contracts for key worker accommodation schemes, and projects involving an NHS Trust main entrance scheme with retail and catering units, two NHS LIFT schemes, energy services schemes scheme and various IT schemes for central and local Government and the NHS, as well as general and EU procurement advice and non PFI work such as outsourcing and joint ventures.
Jeremy has been lead partner since 2003 for advising the NHS in Wales in respect of its Informing Healthcare programme to develop an individual electronic health and social care record for the population of Wales.
Jeremy acted for Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust in its acquisition of Good Hope NHST, the first acquisition of its type in the NHS. Jeremy has since acted for South Essex Partnership NHSFT in its acquisition of Bedford and Luton Partnership NHS Trust following a tender exercise run by the East of England SHA.
He is currently advising PCTs on the divestment of their provider arms and Foundation Trusts interested in acquiring provider arms, and on a franchise procurement for operating an acute trust.
He was also lead partner in the establishment of a £240m mental health framework provider contract (under competitive dialogue) for the West Midlands Specialised Commissioning Team, working in conjunction with the Commercial Directorate.
He was also in the DAC Beachcroft team advising the Department of Health and PCTs on the dental access programme.
He also advises commissioners and providers on a wide range of procurement, competition, contractual and regulatory issues. He advises on s 75 and 256 agreements, Dental and Equitable access contracts, APMS and related agreements and issues involving the Cooperation and Competition Panel.Jeremy Roper is actively involved in healthcare industry M&A transactions. His recent highlights include advising 45 clinical commissioning groups on the process of receiving authorisation from the NHS Commissioning Board.Chambers and Partners UK 2014 Edition, Healthcare, UK Wide