Healthcare: our care and concern

Paying attention. Listening. Making connections. Care and service providers are at the heart of society. Hospitals, nursing and care institutions and other care providers face a major challenge. How do you keep healthcare accessible and affordable?

Value-based healthcare

Organizations strive for value-based healthcare and monitor the ever-changing laws and regulations. You want to keep up because the Personal Data Authority is cracking down. Management and supervision are under a magnifying glass. Tendering processes are an important part of your operational management and retaining good care staff is of vital importance.

In order to deal with complex situations such as these, attention – combined with specialist legal knowledge – is required. For the lawyers and (junior) civil-law notaries of the Care sector team, this is daily business. That is why DeHaan is happy to help.

A suitable solution thanks to sector-specific knowledge

Sharing up-to-date knowledge is essential in order to provide healthcare organisations with good advice. This applies to knowledge of the legal substance, but naturally also to sector-specific knowledge. Our specialists frequently speak at sector meetings. In addition, they regularly consult with clients, and among themselves, on a wide range of topics in the healthcare sector.

In this way, we deepen and broaden our knowledge of the healthcare sector and apply it to the various legal areas. The result? A suitable solution to your legal issues, viewed from various angles where necessary.

Relevant legal fields withing the healthcare sector

Within the healthcare sector, we have specialist legal knowledge in the following areas:

  • privacy and ICT law: security of personal data, processor registers, processor agreements, privacy declarations, data leaks;
  • management and supervision: care-specific governance, WNT, employee participation;
  • partnerships, mergers and takeovers;
  • integrated care: contractual guarantees and competition law aspects;
  • procurement law: guidance in procurement processes, drawing up conditions and guidance in tendering processes;
  • health and regulatory law;
  • labour law;
  • contract law;
  • liability and insurance law;
  • finance and security law.

Would you like to know more about our advice and experience in the healthcare sector? We will gladly explain our working method in person.