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National Care Group invests in specialist supported living setting

National Care Group has invested £500,000 in a specialist supported living setting, as part of an improvement programme across its portfolio. Money has been invested into the 8 Acres site in Norfolk, which supports 17 vulnerable adults, each with a specialist set of needs. Improvements have been made to its grounds...

ActivumSG-backed later living developer launches

A later living developer and operator backed by real estate funds managed by ActivumSG Capital Management has launched, with the first two villages planned for the West Midlands and Hampshire. Opus will offer independent and assisted living, as well as an integrated care home within each of its villages. Edgbaston...

Downing LLP recruits Roger Lewis as head of ESG

Downing LLP has appointed Roger Lewis to the newly created role of head of ESG. Lewis joins from investment management firm River and Mercantile where he was group head of ESG and responsible for implementing and overseeing ESG philosophy and principles across its divisions. He previously worked at Aviva Investors, where...

James Heyworth joins Adlington Retirement Living

Adlington Retirement Living has appointed James Heyworth as land director as part of its ambition to achieve six retirement community sites a year. Heyworth joins the business with more than 27 years’ experience in the development sector, having led land acquisition for projects in the North West, including The Hacienda, 1 Deansgate, and Alderley Park. In his role, he will be responsible for reviewing sites, opportunities and appraising their potential in line with Adlington’s criteria. He will report to Josh Kite, land and planning director. ‘I’m excited to move from open market...

Retirement property firm rebrands to Churchill Estates Management

A retirement housing management firm has changed its name to Churchill Estates Management to better reflect its links with the housebuilder. Formerly known as Millstream Management Services, the business is connected with its parent company Churchill Retirement Living. Led by newly appointed managing director Hugh Lambourne, Churchill Estates will remain an independent, stand-alone business within the Churchill Group, managing over 200 retirement developments across the country, and providing management services to more than 10,000 retired people. The name change took effect on Friday (1 July), along with the launch of a website. Spencer...

Speed is of the essence

The UK’s cancer survival rates trailed other developed nations long before the pandemic, but with a huge backlog in diagnostics and treatment, it is feared the government will miss its targets on early detection and treatment. Eleanore Robinson looks at the potential role for independent sector providers in clearing...

NHS Green planning

Jamie Foster, partner, and Gemma Badger, professional support lawyer in the healthcare commercial team at Hill Dickinson LLP look at sustainability and ESG in the public sector and what it means for private hospitals, clinics and technology providers With its target for...

Harnessing growth in radiology services

High demand and increased funding is driving growth in radiology markets across Europe but with limited equipment and staffing resources, health systems are employing a range of strategies to manage demand. Rosa Juarez and Dr Vikas Yadav, senior vice presidents at Marwood Group, examine the emerging market dynamics and how independent sector providers can position themselves to take advantage of...

Digitalising cancer pathways

The Covid-19 pandemic has driven digitalisation across healthcare services, including cancer care. Gordon Wishart, chief medical officer at Check4Cancer and visiting professor of cancer surgery at Anglia Ruskin University, looks at how lockdown spurred on the development of digital pathways and AI-powered diagnostics that could have a lasting impact on service delivery   One of the biggest challenges of the...

HM meets…Jayne Scott

The Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) is embarking on the next stage of its journey as it seeks to speed up delivery of the CMA Order. Chair Jayne Scott...

Key UK GDPR considerations for healthcare organisations in 2022

Jagvinder Singh Kang, partner and international & UK head of IT law at Mills & Reeve explains why 2022 could be an opportune time for healthcare organisations to re-examine...

Procuring healthcare services: the provider selection regime

The provider selection regime, due for launch later this year, aims to move procurement away from competition towards collaboration, flexibility and integration. On the face of it, it sounds...

Ireland: Inflexion leads buyout of SteriPack

London-based mid-market PE fund, Inflexion, through is Buyout Fund VI, has led the buyout of SteriPack Group, a leading Ireland-based global contract manufacturer serving the medical device, pharmaceutical and diagnostic markets. SteriPack, an extremely successful niche market player, provides outsourced design, development, manufacturing, assembly, packaging, sterilization and supply chain services...

Funding round-up: Ermium Therapeutics, Birdie, Therorna, Axomove, Berlin Heals Holding

Switzerland: Berlin Heals Holding, a medtech company that has developed a new and method for the therapy of heart failure, has raised an additional Sfr5m (US$5.2m) in investor funds within the framework of a capital increase (first part of the Series A investment, with a lead investor). The capital increase comes after data obtained in a pilot study confirmed the success of the patented technology in dilated cardiomyopathy. To date, approximately Sfr30m has been invested in the development of the new implant and in certification. Berlin Heals will use the new funds for CE certification...

Canada: medical travel for years to come

A new study from the Fraser Institute looks at whether wait times for elective treatment in the Canadian health system could be reduced, via sharing costs with patients.  But this will be a huge ask, says Ian Youngman, so it’s reasonable to expect Canadians to be medical tourists for...

MENA: new hospital projects grow

As medical provision in MENA grows, outbound medical tourism to Asia and Europe will be replaced by domestic and regional medical tourism. According to the recent MENA Hospital Projects Forum 2022 in Dubai, UAE, officials and experts expect massive opportunities in new hospital projects across the region. MENA region’s healthcare market is projected to grow at 12% from US$185.5 billion in 2019 to US$243.6 billion in 2023. Healthcare projects in the Middle East and Africa region are valued at US$45 billion, followed by pre-planning and planning schemes worth US$23.8 billion. Current...

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