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Regulating tech – LaingBuisson News

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New procurement regulations have come into force as part of the Provider Selection Regime 2023, providing greater flexibility in how healthcare bodies procure health services. Clare Auty, partner, and Viney Jhalley, associate, in UK and Ireland law firm Browne Jacobson’s health and life sciences team, explore what this means for health tech companies For health…

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Maria Davies

Maria has more than two decades’ experience as a business and financial journalist. She has specialised in writing about the UK’s private and voluntary healthcare sector for the last 15 years. Maria covered the historic ‘Condordat’ signed by the NHS and independent healthcare providers, which paved the way for the Labour government’s radical market-based reform of the NHS at the turn of the Millennium. Since then, she has tracked the key trends in independent healthcare from the advent of patient choice and the emerging NHS market to multi-million pound flotations and game-changing deals.

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