The LMC Law Book of Updates provides you with advice and template documents to support you in your organisations in terms of current thinking around PCNs, GDPR, and partnerships. Things change rapidly in the NHS so we will provide updates when we become aware of new legalisation, regulations and healthcare developments
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27/01/2020 – Primary Care Network Schedule Updates
Data Protection and GDPR
Privacy Notice Template
SARS Guidance and Template Letters
Data Sharing Agreement Checklist
Record Retention and Disposal Policy
Primary Care Networks
Form of Authorisation
Due Diligence Questionnaire
Conflict of Interest Policy
Example Wording for Partnership Agreements in Respect of PCNs
Dispute Resolution for PCNs – Guidelines
Primary Care Network Schedule Updates
HMRC VAT exemption for a cost sharing group (Download)
Template Addendum for Adding and Removing Partners
Making a Claim in the Small Claims Court – A Simple Guide