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On the same footing

Professor Green is determined not to lose sight of the bigger picture Despite a rather slow start, the vaccine roll has in the main been...

Budget constraints

Policy is driven by financial constraints, explains Professor Green It is clear we are not going to get any more money for social care this...

Choices, choices: Professor Martin Green looks at the options when it comes to...

There is much written about the choices people have when it comes to accessing care services. The fact that the Government paused the Care...

Direction of travel

As a precursor to the LaingBuisson Innovation in Care conference, consultant Daniel Casson sought the views of four people in the care community on...

Route to integration

Obsessing over public, private, or charity must stop, argues Professor Green The arrival of integrated care systems (ICSs) was heralded as delivering a new era...

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...

Improving productivity

Technology can enable the sector to deliver better services and efficiencies. Prof Green, Care England chief executive, explains As we move into the winter, we...

Workforce on the breadline

Chief executive of the National Association of Care and Support Workers Karolina Gerlich wants to reframe the conversation about social care We cannot expect care...

All change… We hope

Care England head Professor Martin Green is hoping for a new era As the political turmoil surrounding Brexit continues we have seen changes in some of...

On the horizon

Mary Wimbury, Care Forum Wales chief executive, explains why care in Wales faces a busy and challenging year In March Wales will have a...