This survey outlines the basis from which we can monitor the uptake of technology across the sector and assess how it is working in healthcare now, and how it develops in the future.
Trowers & Hamlins
We provide practical, tailored and targeted advice to private equity firms operating in the mid-market. Our team of capable and commercially minded lawyers act for a range of mid-market private equity firms in the UK and regional private equity firms in the Middle East. The team offers a holistic service ranging from advice on initial investment and capital arrangements, complicated shareholder and investment structures, management buy-ins/buy-outs, co-investments, bolt on acquisitions and exits.
Our vibrant, international corporate team advises clients across the full range of corporate issues in an ever increasingly complex business environment.
Through the creation of industry focus groups we offer sector specific services especially in the healthcare, hotels and leisure, logistics and construction industries.
At a roundtable jointly hosted by Grant Thornton and Trowers & Hamlins, a select group including healthcare providers and commissioners, investors and entrepreneurs debated who will win in the technology race to save the UK healthcare system.
The new Prime Minister has re-affirmed that "Brexit means Brexit" and whilst it is impossible to predict what this may look like, it could have a major impact on the health and social care market in the United Kingdom. There are many issues which will need to be thought through and resolved, some of which are set out here.
There has been much speculation over recent months as to the impact of national minimum wage and living wage increases on private providers of care and whether the increased financial burden would put a number of them out of business.
In light of this, Trowers & Hamlins partner Paul McDermott details how private providers can best engage with commissioners to ease the financial repercussions of national living wage.
Quality housing is vital to sustaining good quality mental and physical health, argues Hilary Blackwell, partner at Trowers & Hamlins
Trowers & Hamlins presents a Q&A and decluttering tool to help businesses determine whether a practice or procedure should be implemented in a given situation or whether there are other ways to achieve the desired objective.
Three reports have recently been published on the English mental health system. Here, Trowers & Hamlins summarises the key recommendations set out in each report in this table.
In a follow-up to their last podcast, specialists from Trowers & Hamlins look at what the Autumn Statement delivered in terms of increased funding for adult social care, whether this will go far enough to ease the pressure and, if not, what other options remain available for the future.
Trowers & Hamlins assesses the crisis in the UK adult social care sector, analyses the backdrop of government financial and legislative support, and explores what needs to be done to ensure the care of the nation's elderly is adequately underwritten - both now and in the years to come.
The perfect storm is brewing in social care – is it about to come crashing onto our shores?
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA) has been introduced to consolidate slavery-related offences and large care businesses need to take note
In October 2016 the Law Commission published its consultation ‘Transfer of title, change of occupancy and other events’ and this has implications for ‘event fees’ in retirement housing with care
Tim Nye, head of UK private equity and co-head of the health and social care team at Trowers & Hamlins, examines the M&A market and identifies the key themes to consider in 2016
Devolving powers to the regions in England would constitute evolution not revolution for health and social care providers
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