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NHS U-Turns on Blanket IR35 Decisions

Monday, 12 June 2017

The NHS has revised its decision to put all contractors working through an intermediary, such as a personal service company (PSC), onto the payroll following the recent changes to IR35 in the public sector.

NHS U-Turns on Blanket IR35 Decisions

Blogs Healthcare

Are You Looking to Develop Your GP Surgery? Useful Tips to Consider

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

The development of GP surgeries is a complex process and there are many different factors to consider before proceeding with the overall project. Here we briefly explore the different procurement options.

Are You Looking to Develop Your GP Surgery? Useful Tips to Consider

Blogs Divorce & Family Healthcare Private Client

The Blame Game - A Case for No-Fault Divorce

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

If you're a healthcare professional living in England or Wales, you will unfortunately not be able to get a no fault divorce...

The Blame Game - A Case for No-Fault Divorce

Blogs Healthcare Property

NHSPS Lease Regularisation Programme and Increased Service Charges

Tuesday, 02 May 2017

Many GP practices around the country occupying buildings owned by NHS Property Services Ltd (NHSPS) have received updated NHSPS Charging Schedules, dramatically increasing their property costs.

NHSPS Lease Regularisation Programme and Increased Service Charges

Blogs Data Protection Healthcare

Information Commissioner's Office Issues Resources Designed To Help The Healthcare Sector - Are You Prepared?

Tuesday, 02 May 2017

The ICO is focussing on the effective logging, tracking, movement and storage of manual records across the health sector. The resources are designed to address shortcomings found by the ICO when conducting audits in a range of health organisations.

Information Commissioner's Office Issues Resources Designed To Help The Healthcare Sector - Are You Prepared?

Blogs Employment Healthcare

What Does the New Government Paper on 'Work, Health and Disability' Mean For Employers?

Tuesday, 02 May 2017

The government's green paper, 'Work, health and disability: improving lives', set out the nature of the problem and why change is required from employers, the welfare system, health and care providers and the public.

What Does the New Government Paper on 'Work, Health and Disability' Mean For Employers?

Blogs Healthcare Property

Should I Purchase My Dental Surgery Premises Through a Self-Invested Personal Pension?

Monday, 20 March 2017

The decision whether to own or rent your premises depends on countless factors, and you may well have a strong opinion as to which is better for your practice.

Should I Purchase My Dental Surgery Premises Through a Self-Invested Personal Pension?

Blogs Healthcare Partnerships & LLPs

Cautionary Notes on Partnership Deeds

Monday, 20 March 2017

We know that many practices have a Partnership Deed “floating around” the surgery somewhere, although some are out of date and no longer fit for purpose.

Cautionary Notes on Partnership Deeds

Blogs Healthcare

Facing a Court Case? What You May Need to Consider

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

We understand the importance of having alternative settlement options for pursuing or defending a legal case all the way to trial, the potential routes to achieving settlement as well as the non-court alternatives to settlement.

Facing a Court Case? What You May Need to Consider

Blogs Healthcare Property

When Do You Need a Lease of Your Surgery?

Thursday, 02 March 2017

The question of when a GP partnership should put a lease of the surgery in place comes up frequently, usually where the makeup of the group of partners (or former partners) who own the surgery is not the same as the medical partners.

When Do You Need a Lease of Your Surgery?

Blogs Healthcare Partnerships & LLPs

The Pitfalls of a "Partnership at Will"

Thursday, 02 March 2017

We understand that it is important in having a well-drafted, effective and current Partnership Deed containing the basic necessary information to ensure the partnership operates smoothly.

The Pitfalls of a

Blogs Healthcare Property

Third Party Occupiers Within GP Surgery Premises

Thursday, 02 March 2017

Letting out a room in your surgery can help generate income and improve the services available to patients. Many GPs, as well as other healthcare professionals do this frequently and there are important considerations to bear in mind before letting a TPO.

Third Party Occupiers Within GP Surgery Premises

Blogs Healthcare

Case Update - Why Break Clauses Are Never Straightforward

Friday, 13 January 2017

Many leases contain break clauses and often these break clauses contain certain pre-conditions, which must be satisfied for the break to be validly exercised.

Case Update - Why Break Clauses Are Never Straightforward

Blogs Healthcare

Addressing Performance Concerns With an Employee on Sickness Absence

Friday, 13 January 2017

It is not infrequent that a Practice's concerns about an employee's conduct or performance will overlap with a period of sickness absence.

Addressing Performance Concerns With an Employee on Sickness Absence

Blogs Healthcare

Sale and Leaseback in Primary Care - What Could it Mean for Your Practice?

Friday, 13 January 2017

Whether to own or rent premises is a decision which affects all businesses. Historically, the majority of GP surgeries have been run from freehold premises owned by the partners as partnership property.

Sale and Leaseback in Primary Care - What Could it Mean for Your Practice?