Spotlight on homecare


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

Domiciliary Care Markets 2003 is the sixth annual edition of Laing & Buisson ‘s market report on the UK homecare sector. The current edition includes more information on regional differences across England, comparing data gained from surveys of homecare providers and giving information on prices, the character of the industry and the changing purchasing practices of local authorities. Covering the latest changes among the main industry players, the report embraces a wide range of social care and health care services, from traditional home helps to high-tech home healthcare. Analyses include: – the volumes, costs and prices of each market segment – the main drivers of demand – the impact of regulation by the National Care Standards Commission, national minimum standards and the new Commission for Social Care Inspection – the effect of the Government’s changes to care funding, and free nursing care – the future of in-house homecare units – how homecare and other domiciliary care services are funded by statutory





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