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who pays? And community health centre (CHC)

30 September 2020

These webinars took place on Tuesday 22 & Tuesday 29 September 2020 and are now available on-demand.

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This session discusses the new Who Pays? guidance, how it interacts with the Discharge to Assess CHC guidance and also the underlying legal principles for each.

To view the on-demand video from the 22 September click here

To view the on-demand video from the 29 September click here

Browne Jacobson supported NHSEI in re-writing the Who Pays? Guidance so we are very pleased to be able to expand on our work and help you to understand the changes that you will need to make as a result.

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our speakers

Gerard Hanratty

Gerard Hanratty

Partner and Head of Health

Gerard provides specialist public law input, especially on NHS commissioning and provider functions and powers, as well as how to integrate and work jointly with local authorities within an STP/ICS footprint. Gerard has significant knowledge of statutory interpretation and functions, service reconfiguration and consultation, judicial review, regulatory processes and information law.

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Dmitrije Sirovica

Dmitrije Sirovica

Senior Associate

Dmitrije Sirovica specialises in matters of public law including judicial review; experienced in planning and environmental law.

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