This week we speak to leading thinkers in social care innovation, to find out why social care is ripe for innovation and what might be holding it back. Thanks to our guests: Sophie…
Articles by ‘Mei-Ling Huang’
The Impact of Gardner & Harris v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care In April 2022, the High Court concluded that the government’s policy to discharge patients from hospitals in to care…
The long-awaited White Paper on Social Care reform was published by the Government today. It will disappoint and frustrate social care providers as it fails to address the lack of adequate funding into the…
At our latest In conversation webinar, we were joined by leading legal authority on ESG Professor Paul Watchman, Special Legal Adviser at UNEP Principles of Sustainable Development Net Zero Insurance Underwriters Alliance. Paul looked at the opportunities General Counsel and in-house lawyers have to drive change and deliver value through greater engagement in environmental, social and governance (ESG).
We’re delighted to announce our next In conversation with… Professor Paul Watchman.
On the 21st of July 2021, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will release data on Covid-related deaths notified to them between 10 April 2020 and 31 March 2021.
We have recently announced the appointment of Partner Mei-Ling Huang as its new Chair.
We’re delighted to announce our next In conversation with… Dr Catherine McGregor, author of Business Thinking in Practice for In-House Counsel: Taking Your Seat at the Table.
At the start of the year, CQC launched a consultation, entitled “Consultation on changes for flexible regulation”, which is focused on health and social care providers. So what are the implications?
A Care Quality Commission consultation on a new regime of regulating care providers will close on 23 March. It proposes a radical reform of care home assessments, including the prospect of changes to ratings without inspections.
The government has published its white paper outlining proposed reform of the NHS and social care.
Businesses face difficult decisions over the coming months as furlough comes to an end and the reality of the new order starts to become clear. For businesses this might involve redundancies or employees moving on as the job market reopens. Either way, there is likely to be movement within the jobs market. Employers therefore need to be aware of the increased risks that leavers pose in terms of confidential information and intellectual property whilst employees continue to work from home.