Report paints broad picture


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

Total revenue generated by care homes between 1998 and 2001 declined by 7 per cent to £5.58 billion, according to a marketing presentation by MSI Research for Industry. The report paints a broad picture of the long term care sectors across the UK with information on changes in revenue and capacity, factors affecting demand, the impact of homecare, and predictions on how how the sector is likely to develop. MSI¹s report identifies several factors which the it believes are crucial to the success of care home operators and also carries a description of how the sector is structured, with profiles of several major providers. – MSI Marketing Presentation: Care Homes For The Elderly: UK, priced £245, is available from MSI Marketing Research, Viscount House, River Lane, Chester CH4 8RH or Tel: 0800 195 6756





Comments are closed.


Latest blog posts

End of life care – care homes can do it well

By guest blogger Professor Keri Thomas,

Clinical director, National GSF Centre for End of Life Care

News that care homes could, based on current trends, overtake...

The DTOCs dashboard dilemma

By guest blogger JEF SMITH

The Department of Health refers to delayed transfers of care – the issue of people not being able to move...

From where I stand . . .

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

A group of residents’ families have criticised the Care Quality Commission’s refusal to review the ‘good’ rating it awarded to...