Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are a key part of the NHS long-term plan by bringing general practices together to work at a large scale. It has been a priority for a number of years to upgrade the system by improving the ability of practices to recruit and retain staff, manage financial and state pressures, provide a wider range of services to patients and to integrate more easily with the wider healthcare system.
During this webinar our speakers will consider topical issues faced by advisers such as:
Delegates will have the opportunity to have their questions answered at the end of the presentation in a live Q&A section.
Jonathan Main, VAT and Indirect Taxes Partner, MHA Moore & SmalleyJonathan joined MHA Moore and Smalley as a Partner in 2018. He qualified with the Chartered Institute of Taxation as a chartered tax adviser in 1994 and as an accredited mediator with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution in 2016. Jonathan has been co-opted to the board of the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants (AISMA) to provide specialist VAT advice in relation to primary care networks. In that role, Jonathan has presented to HMRC Policy, the BMA and NHS England. He has a wide range of healthcare clients including GP Federations, PCNs, GP practices and private providers of healthcare services.Oliver Pool, GP Partnership Agreement Solicitor, Veale Wasbrough Vizards LLPOliver is a commercial and partnerships specialist who spends almost all his time advising GP practices. He can help with all aspects of the partnership relationship, from putting in place your GP partnership deed, to advising you on its terms, to dealing with disputes between partners. With Primary Care Networks (PCNs) being high on the agenda for many GP practices, Oliver can help you consider your options, from supporting you with the initial set-up and structure through to models and drafting up your agreements. He also advises on joint venture arrangements between practices, federations, co-operatives, clusters and has dealt with over 100 mergers of GP practices, and has done a lot of work on the "decentralised" or super partnership model of GP mergers. Oliver can also advise on the terms of NHS contracts. Oliver has been acting for GPs practices for over 12 years and has been involved in drawing up or amending over 250 GP partnership deeds.
Sally Sidaway, Accounting and Financial Reporting Director, RSM UKSally has specialised in the Medical Sector for more than 20 years and advises a large number of GP Practices, Federations, PCN’s and individual GP’s. Sally also looks after other fringe medical businesses. In her work for GP practices Sally looks after the tax , accounting and superannuation affairs of her clients and has an advisory role in terms of a range of GP partnership businesses of a large range of type and size. In her PCN work Sally looks after small and larger PCN’s and is actively involved in those run by Federations and those looking to set up a corporate model.
Adam Siwak, Corporate Healthcare Associate, Veale Wasbrough Vizards LLPAdam is an Associate in the Corporate team at VWV who specialises in providing advice to clients operating in the healthcare sector. He predominantly advises GPs in developing and working within provider organisations including GP federations, PCNs and also advises on and deals with the incorporation of PCN companies. He further advises GPs in relation to practice incorporations, practice takeovers and collaborative working in the NHS sector. Adam has advised medical, dental, care home, pharmacy and optometry clients as well as general corporate clients looking to enter into the NHS and private healthcare sector and he has also provided sector specific support in a number of high value health sector transactions in the dental and medical sectors.
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