Jill Mason leads the healthcare and mental health law teams at Mills & Reeve. The team has more than 20 lawyers to provide support, proactive advice, risk management lessons, advocacy, training and media input. These are applied to a very wide range of patient-related issues.
Mason says: ‘My team and I are very conscious of the additional pressures that the cold climate and the Health and Social Care Act are bringing to bear on our clients. In addition, from a patient law perspective, these are interesting times with many challenging issues to grapple with for example, the impact of Francis, consultation around hospital reconfigurations, how CCGs will deal with continuing healthcare or priorities and what is a DOL? These are just a few of the issues that we are working with our clients on on a daily basis.’
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