Four Seasons makes changes to align with Government’s policies

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

Major provider Four Seasons Healthcare have made a number of key managerial and organisational changes as part of the company’s strategy to align its services with the direction of the Government’s health and social care policy in the UK. Four Seasons chief executive Tony Heywood said he was confident his company would become a key partner for public health and social care commissioners and purchasers, with additional focus of offering high quality care to people with higher dependency needs. “There are many factors which will have to come into play to make the vision of the Government’s White Paper on health and social care provision successful, including making more community-based services available, having a better integration between health and social care, a greater focus on prevention and well-being, and most importantly the commissioning and contracting structures to deliver the price changes,” said Mr Heywood. *Training* “I see training as the long term answer to improving the quality of

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