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Commissioning Health Tech in an ICS World

4 March 2022

This webinar took place on Wednesday 02 March 2022 and is now available on-demand.


We invite you to watch our on-demand webinar which looks into how healthtech is commissioned from a health and tech perspective.

During the session, our speakers delivered short talks on the following subjects:

  • ICBs provider collaboratives etc. And how contracts for technology may need to be varied, extended or procured as part of this restructuring - Clare Auty and Rachel Whitaker
  • Key contractual considerations in procuring healthtech - Kay Chand
  • IP considerations in commercialising - Giles Parsons
  • A litigation perspective of IT contracting - Sophie Ashcroft

This on-demand session is of interest to those involved in the commissioning and procurement of healthtech, including IT, and those who provide healthtech to the sector - both public and private.

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Our speakers

Clare Auty

Clare Auty

Partner

Clare is Head of our Commercial Health Team and leads the Independent Health and Social Care Sector across the firm.

Clare’s team focuses on Independent Sector health and social care transactions together with commercial contracting for both public and private providers of health and social care services and providers to the sector. Clare has over 20 years’ experience of corporate and commercial matters and private sector governance having spent over 16 years in-house, the vast majority of which has been at Board level and 12 have been in the healthcare sector including secure mental health and IT.

Since joining, Clare has acted on a number of disposals and acquisitions of care homes, supported living businesses and children’s services. Clare has also advised on a number of healthtech start-ups and complex R&D arrangements in both the independent sector and NHS as well as EPR contracting and licensing of Health Apps including those licensed by NHSE on a pilot basis. Clare advises NHS bodies wishing to engage with the Independent Sector and third sector organisations including negotiating JVs and collaboration agreements. Clare runs the popular independent health in-house lawyers forum and annual healthtech forum.

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Kay Chand

Kay Chand

Partner

An end to end technology specialist, advising on novel or complex transactions within health, insurance, financial institutions & government.

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Giles Parsons

Giles Parsons

Partner

Giles Parsons specialises in intellectual property including patents, trade marks, designs and copyright.

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Sophie Ashcroft

Sophie Ashcroft

Commercial and Technology Disputes Partner

Sophie specialises in dispute resolution. She advises on a wide variety of contractual disputes, and has particular expertise in those arising from complex IT projects, digital transformation, outsourcing and managed services.

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