Care Management
Matters

The speed and scale of change in the care home industry is creating new strains, challenges and opportunities. What was good practice a year ago can be obsolete today. 

Quality of care has never been under as much scrutiny as it is today. Operators have to achieve more, care teams are over-worked and the lack of tools to assist them is surprising. Running a care home in the same manner as some years back may no longer be an option. 

This article from the Care Home Professional sums up on barriers and new technology offerings that may just as well be the key to a turning point.

Timing is right
to go digital now

Social care is looking like one of the most promising sectors with regards to leveraging the potential of digital solutions. With different luck many companies are weighing up their chances for a push in to the care sector. The timing seems just right.

30.08.2017   |   READ MORE
Why recruitment and retention
will define the next 10 years in social care

Neil Eastwood, author of Saving Social Care, reflects on the emergence of recruitment and retention as the dominant themes for care providers for years to come.

21.08.2017   |   READ MORE
Addressing CQC’s Key
Lines of Enquiry (KLOE)

In the wake of the release of CQC’s two reports, “The State of Adult Social Care” and “Celebrating Good Care, Championing Outstanding Care”, it is clear that some providers struggle to adhere to the Care standards set out by CQC. For instance, the number of residential nursing homes rated unsafe is a worrying 37%. So what can you do as a care provider?

17.07.2017   |   READ MORE
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