Saturday, February 16, 2019

Keeping the workers happy

When the balance of supply and demand becomes out of kilter, recruiting a care home manager can be difficult. Director of LaingBuisson Search James...

Getting the best manager for the job

In an increasingly pressurised market, one constant of care home provision is the need to have in place a good manager. Emma Dent reports.  As...

Quality Vs Costs: Is it possible to provide good quality homecare in the face...

  Max Wurr, director of policy and communications, City & County Healthcare Group Barely a week passes without new warnings about the state of social care...

The new normal

Legal changes to enforcement powers to ensure care services are safe are reviewed by Sean Elson, partner in Pinsent Mason's healthcare regulation team: Although the...

More funding and growth needed for care

King's Fund report calls for government honesty on what general public can expect from state-funded services The government must properly fund and expand the current...

Putting the person at the heart of specialist care

Chief executive of Voyage Care Andrew Cannon tells CCMn how he sees the market shaping up As a specialist provider supporting people with learning disabilities...

A blueprint for the future of care home food?

Nathan Rao looks at why 3D meals could be making it onto the menu Care home menus stand to be revolutionised with the advent of...

Directing social care delivery – CCMn meets ADASS president Harold Bodmer

With the introduction of the national living wage and the social care precept, plus the continuing rounds of public sector spending cuts, it is...

Keeping care services in the neighbourhood

Emma Dent looks at how local authority trading companies are faring in the care market As councils come under increasing financial pressure, they must look...

Getting the right mix

CCMn meets Barchester Healthcare chief executive Dr Pete Calveley Unlike many of its peers, Barchester Healthcare appears to be weathering the storm caused by the...