Having a well-drafted contract that protects the rights of all the parties involved has always been important. But in today’s climate, it’s more important than ever.
Contracting with residents
Service user contracts are required by law, of course. However, they are also vital for the success of your business, so it is important to make sure they cover what you need and provide you with the contractual right to take the action you might need to take. Our knowledge of your sector enables us to draft contracts that meet your needs.
Contracting with local authorities
Our expertise will be invaluable when you are negotiating contracts with social services. We can give you the confidence that all the necessary issues have been considered.
We can also help you manage the situation when things go wrong and your business is affected – if, for example, there is a ban on referrals due to a safeguarding investigation.
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We have been supporting providers to prepare corrections of fact for many years and CQC’s latest approach suggests a positive shift in the direction of providers and a willingness to significantly amend draft reports if sufficient supporting evidence is provided.
Last month there was welcome news for the health and social care sector when Parliament approved an amendment to the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 (“the Act”) clarifying the legal position on when an inquest will be held following the death of someone who was subject to a Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (“DoLS”) order.