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Shopping around: the cost-benefit of emerging rehabilitation technologies

09 August 2016

The disability market is benefiting from an expanding range of innovative equipment, fuelled by a combination of technological advances and by crossover into the civilian sector from military aftercare of combat veterans.

Healthcare Brief July 2016

21 July 2016

Welcome to the first edition of the newly named Healthcare Brief, formerly published as Medical Law Brief.

Brexit risks and issues for insurers

27 June 2016

All eyes are now on the Leave campaign’s leaders and how the UK will enter an exit negotiation (once Article 50 is triggered).

Healthcare: cyber attacker’s new prime target

15 June 2016

Cyber attacks focus on healthcare more than any other industry. According to a recent report published by IBM, the rate of cyber attacks against the healthcare sector climbed to the highest level of all industries studied. In the US healthcare data breaches accounted for 35% of all reported data breach incidents last year.

Projects for NHS providers: changing, growing and improving

15 June 2016

Across the country, NHS providers and their partners continue to look for efficiencies in the delivery of services.

Public procurement: minimising costs for healthcare providers

15 June 2016

Whilst the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 may appear daunting they should be welcomed as a wide range of potentially confusing case law has now been codified.

Treatment decisions: applying the best interests test

15 June 2016

In 2013, the Supreme Court established the test for deciding whether a particular course of treatment is in a patient’s best interests in Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v James. We explore how this decision has been applied in practice.

Wait, Nip and Tuck: New guidelines for Registered Medical Practitioners who perform Cosmetic Medical and Surgical Procedures

01 June 2016

Guidelines for Registered Medical Practitioners who perform Cosmetic Medical and Surgical Procedures” (“Guidelines”) have been released by the Medical Board of Australia (“the Board”) pursuant to section 39 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law. These guidelines apply to registered medical practitioners who perform cosmetic medical and surgical procedures and take effect from 1 October 2016.

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