What’s the right level of risk?

In this on-demand webinar our procurement, health and social care and risk experts will discuss ‘what’s the right level of risk’. They also discuss what can be done to mitigate risk.

01 July 2022

July 2022 sees the beginning of a new era. Senior leaders across the public sector have the opportunity to do things differently, to collaborate and to put their communities first.

Arranging and delivering local health and care services requires responsible planning, shared leadership, joint commissioning and integrated service delivery.

While providing opportunities, a move to place-based partnerships can come with a level of risk. For example:

  • risks associated with multi-agency decision-making, leading to potential reputational damage
  • risks identifying, securing and sourcing the appropriate employee skills, now and in the future
  • risks associated with financial investment and jointly managed funds.

In this on-demand webinar our procurement, health and social care and risk experts will discuss ‘what’s the right level of risk’. They also discuss what can be done to mitigate risk.

What’s the right level of risk?

Speakers

James Arrowsmith

James Arrowsmith

Partner

James Arrowsmith specialises in high value personal injury, including head and spinal injury, and insurance coverage, including interpretation, non-disclosure breach of terms and motor insurance law.

james.arrowsmith@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)121 237 3981

Anja Beriro

Anja Beriro

Partner

Anja is a partner in Browne Jacobson’s government and infrastructure team and is a trusted advisor to numerous public sector clients. Anja is recognised for her experience in public procurement (litigious and non-litigious), outsourcing arrangements, complex governance structures, alternative service delivery models, and joint working between health and local government.

anja.beriro@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)115 976 6589

Bridget Tatham

Bridget Tatham

Partner

Bridget leads the insurance injury team in Birmingham and is the firm’s co-chair of the D&I Committee and executive sponsor for Race. Highly regarded in the insurance market, Bridget supports health, local government, and commercial clients defend and find effective solutions to catastrophic and complex injury claims, including elder abuse, brain injury, asbestos-related diseases, and fatal accidents. Bridget’s advisory work connects clients to our regulatory and commercial practices.

bridget.tatham@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)121 237 3916

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Bridget Tatham

Partner

bridget.tatham@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)121 237 3916

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