Annual conference on long term care

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Laing & Buisson’s annual conference on long term care for older people is to be held on Wednesday, March 15 at the London Marriott Hotel W1. This conference examines the long term care sector in the round, with presentations from regulators, commissioners, providers and funding institutions. Progress o key issues will be debated, including an international perspective of the provision and funding of long term care, modernising the inspection of social care, making commissioning more effective, an overview of the financial structure of the industry and the challenges of meeting staff requirements. William Laing will speak on demand and capacity trends, closures, new stock and future needs, and the role of traditional care homes in the “new vision” for care services. He will also examine funding issues, fees, costs and margins. Four Seasons Healthcare chief executive Tony Heywood will talk about consolidation in the sector, and Barchester Healthcare chief executive Mike Parsons will look at what the UK can lear

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