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Rising from the flames

Professor Green says new solutions can break the monopoly of government commissioning It has been interesting to see over the last few weeks the number...

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...

Time for action

Prof Green argues there is nothing to get in the way of finding a long-term solution for care We begin 2020 with a government that has...

New beginnings

The New Year has started with a new ministerial team and the strengthened role for social care within the Department and the title of...

Developing digital solutions

Corporate partner at Simmons & Simmons Jocelyn Ormond offers a guide through the legal challenges facing social care providers seeking to develop digital care...

Here we go again

Care England head Professor Martin Green discusses the green paper The government’s green paper will be the latest attempt to find a long-term solution to the...

Maximising tech interventions

Dr Donald Macaskill examines concerns over privacy and data The technology industry magazine, Computer Weekly, carried a story in July about how artificial intelligence (AI)...

Care homes: a new wave of investment

Partners at L.E.K. Consulting Jonathan Sparey and Eilert Hinrichs provide insight into the prospects of the care home sector Spending cuts and pressure on budgets...

Migration policy and the homecare sector

Colin Angel provides insight into the impact of the UK’s future migration plans An early insight into the impact of the UK’s future migration policy...
Professor Martin Green says ageism is alive and kicking

Future of care data and tech

Professor Green argues that the sector has to deliver services differently Care England recently held a conference on data and technology and so many speakers...