Health law firm Browne Jacobson has launched a new offering designed to meet the information and networking needs of the independent health and care sector.
The initiative, Health and Care Connect, is focused on ensuring operators, suppliers, developers, investors, and advisers to the sector are kept abreast of the changing legal landscape as well as having the opportunity to better connect with each other.
The offering is aimed at those specialising in areas such as:
- Later living – care homes, domiciliary care and integrated retirement communities
- Specialist care and specialist clinics – children’s services, leaving care, learning disabilities, mental health, specialist clinics and fertility services
- Digital, diagnostics and pathology
- Private acute hospitals and private primary care services
On its launch this week Vicky Tomlinson, Partner in Browne Jacobson’s independent health and care sector team said :
“We are committed to forging strong, long term relationships with key stakeholders in the sector by providing them with the insights and connections that will help them to navigate the challenges and opportunities they face.
“Health and Care Connect will build on our extensive experience and knowledge of the sector and bring like-minded people together so we can all learn from each other about the challenges and issues the sector faces, discuss and develop creative solutions and open up new business opportunities.”
Members will receive regular legal and sector specific updates from the firm’s dedicated in house team of health lawyers as well as invitations to attend specialist round table discussions, the firm’s exclusive in-house lawyer events, external health and care sector events and the firm’s annual Health & Care Connect drinks and networking event.
Browne Jacobson’s 50 – strong independent health and care legal team is one of the largest in the country, supported by a wider, multi-disciplinary team of over 200 lawyers. The team has considerable experience advising sector clients on business critical areas such as corporate transactions, commercial matters, regulatory, procurement, funding, employment and real estate issues and developments.