• I am a highly experienced health and social care lawyer who advises independent and public sector organisations on a diverse range of commercial, corporate and regulatory matters, as well as a diverse range of issues relating to powers, decision making and governance arrangements.

    I have extensive experience of advising organisations on a wide variety of commercial and transactional issues, including: the development of services; policies and procedures; the establishment of corporate vehicles and contractual structures; mergers, acquisitions, disposals, reconfigurations, reorganisations and service transfers; public engagement and consultation; outsourcing and insourcing; pharmacy law; the legal, regulatory and commercial contract issues in primary care; and the constitutional, governance and regulatory issues facing NHS trusts, foundation trusts and clinical commissioning groups.

     

     

    I regularly advise on and contribute to the development of business cases, options appraisals and evaluations, and other associated investment and business strategies.

     

    I lead Bevan Brittan’s work in supporting organisations to deliver new models of care and accountable care systems/organisations and the development of sustainability and transformation partnerships.

     

    I am recommended by Legal 500 and ranked in Chambers and Partners.

     

    Publications

     

    I have written a number of articles for the Health Service Journal and Health Investor.

     

    Seminars and Training

     

    I regularly provide training and developmental support to Boards of Directors on a wide range of commercial, corporate governance and regulatory issues.  I am a regular speaker at national and regional health and social care seminars and conferences.

Vincent Buscemi has recently acted on a number of the firm's high-profile healthcare transactions. He attracts a plethora of compliments from clients, who note that he is "very knowledgeable about contractual issues" and has "an encyclopaedic knowledge of commissioning arrangements."

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