Tuesday, November 29, 2022
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Readiness for reforms

Stabilising the system is not enough, Gerard Crofton-Martin, director of transformation and improvement at Social Care Institute for Excellence, explains With a recent change in personnel...

Offering solutions

Professor Green is calling for a national tariff We now have a new secretary of state and ministerial team, and they have been quick to...

A targeted approach

Michael Voges hopes the task force is not a damp squib The announcement in February’s levelling up white paper of a new older people’s...

Interdependent systems

Professor Martin Green fears providers could exit the market This month we have seen the truth of the old saying that a week is a...

Banishing an ‘institutional’ mindset

Adam Penwarden, Lifeways’ director of external relations, explains why he thinks integrated care systems can lead to the transformation of social care. Imagine thoroughly...

A united stance

The sector is at one, explains Nadra Ahmed As we move our communities towards a post Covid world our biggest barrier is that Covid...

Missing the goal

Professor Green argues the rhetoric is far from reality Despite increases in the numbers of Covid infections, the focus now is on how we live...

Addressing the culture

Professor Green discusses an integrated approach The health and care system is changing rapidly, and within a few months, we will see the arrival of...

A shift in thinking

The system is creaking, but homecare has answers argues Dr Jane Townson Last year the Homecare Association commissioned a survey by YouGov, which indicated the...

Hurdles to jump

Mary Wimbury explains some of the obstacles ahead At the end of May Wales finally removed its last Covid-related legal restrictions requiring the use of...