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Increased demand

Local authorities have seen an increase in the number of looked after children coming through the system. Clare Connell and Lilya Tata of Connell...

Complexity could sap energy out of integration, Hunt warns

Integrated care boards (ICBs) need to be given ‘freedom and flexibility’ so relationships between NHS and local authorities can be forged to help improve...

Age friendly housing in the city

Alistair Kleebauer asks whether enough is being done to address ageing populations in the UK’s cities An ageing population means the question of how we...

Winning over the self-funder

Sarah Whitebloom has gone in search of self-funders to find out what they and their families look for in a care home In the hunt...

Smartening up the home

It is being advised builders and architects be brought into discussions to ensure properties supporting vulnerable people can adopt SMART technology. Ellie Robinson takes...

Tackling risks

LaingBuisson’s Digital Care Tech Conference offered insights into cyber security, the ‘holy grail’ of preventative and personalised care and innovation within the sector The number of...

Setting the benchmark

Investors are concerned about ESG. Ellie Robinson examines how they and providers in the care sector are meeting challenges when it comes sustainability The...

‘Compelling’ reasons to invest in healthcare

Anna Cole-Bailey reports from last month’s LaingBuisson’s Investing in Healthcare conference, where a wide range of sector professionals put forward arguments for why they...
Australia plans its next moves to ensure customer satisfaction

Australia plans its next moves to ensure customer satisfaction

In a bid to raise awareness of the retirement living industry in Australia and improve the experience for residents, a code of conduct is...

Concentration of wealth

Kelsey Rees reports from LaingBuisson’s Housing with Care Seminar, which discussed the market’s potential for growth and why it is not accelerating as quickly...