Articles - DAC Beachcroft

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Health and Social Care - NHS/Public Sector

NHS Estates Report: report summary

NHS Estates Report: report summary

This report shares some novel and exciting ideas for raising capital, and locally effective and accountable ways of using it, that take into account f ...

Happy people in healthcare

Happy people in healthcare

With 103,000 vacancies and high rates of sick leave, presenteesim and churn, the NHS has realised that it needs to invest more in the health and wellb ...

Mustard v Flower: Is it Fair Game for a Claimant to Covertly Record Examinations by Medical Experts?

Mustard v Flower: Is it Fair Game for a Claimant to Covertly Record Examinations by Medical Experts?

The question of what was said by a Claimant during an appointment with a medical expert can often become a key issue in clinical negligence claims, pa ...

How MedTech can strengthen the patient-doctor relationship

How MedTech can strengthen the patient-doctor relationship

The drive to transform healthcare services enhanced by technology has, at its heart, a very human aim: to enable clinicians to strengthen the patient- ...

Statutory patient safety investigations now just around the corner?

Statutory patient safety investigations now just around the corner?

Plans for a new statutory patient safety investigations system took another step forward this week with the publication of the Health Service Safety I ...

CMA decision on the anticipated hospital acquisition

CMA decision on the anticipated hospital acquisition

Competition is no longer a primary organising principle in relation to the National Health Service (NHS) Trusts and Foundation Trusts and is not a key ...

NHS competition: Will collaboration and integration become easier?

NHS competition: Will collaboration and integration become easier?

The Health and Social Care Committee has backed calls to remove competition rules and focus on collaboration in order to manage the rising demands on ...

Deprivation of liberty for 16/17 year olds - Supreme Court decides

Deprivation of liberty for 16/17 year olds - Supreme Court decides

Can a parent consent on behalf of their 16/17 year old to care/residence arrangements that would otherwise amount to a deprivation of liberty?

Making a Difference: The Early Notification Scheme Progress Report

Making a Difference: The Early Notification Scheme Progress Report

Don’t miss NHS Resolution’s latest report: The Early Notification Scheme progress report: collaboration and improved experience for families which was ...

NHS Charities: An Untapped Resource

NHS Charities: An Untapped Resource

New initiatives are aiming to highlight the potential contributions to patient care that NHS charities can make, if utilised correctly.