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A spotlight on data

Dr Tara French, technology and digital lead at Scottish Care, believes the potential of social care data can be realised In June, Scottish Care published...

A continuous evolution

ARCO has been around for a decade. Michael Voges explains the journey it is on In 2012, ten founding members – split evenly between not-for-profit...

Solving the capacity crisis

Deven Pamben reports from LaingBuisson’s Healthcare Real Estate Conference, which covered a number of topics, including care homes, public equity markets, legal developments and...

Repeating mistakes

Professor Martin Green calls for politicians to start making decisions I recently attended the launch of Baroness Cavendish’s book Extra Time. In this brilliantly written...

A key role to play

Christine Asbury, director of insight and innovation at Quality Compliance Systems, looks at how technology has strengthened communication in care To say it has been...

Focusing minds

The year ahead offer opportunities for the care sector. Mary Wimbury explains A new year. It didn’t start well but we are all hoping for...

Registering risk

Colin Angel offers an insight into state-funded homecare services New research has produced a risk register for state-funded homecare services, highlighting commissioning practices of councils...

Competing for a homecare workforce

Colin Angel argues that the social care sector needs support to develop workers The importance of recruiting sufficient numbers of homecare workers with the right...

Platform for development

Professor Green is calling for a new approach to the care sector’s workforce The government recently announced changes to the shortage occupation list and this...

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...