The future of care


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

Now a regular feature of CareExpo is the panel discussion on the future of long term care, sponsored by Christie & Co. Visitors, exhibitors and a panel of care sector luminaries consider what will be the likely developments in the coming months and years. English Care chief executive Joe Campbell, Hallmark Healthcare managing director Avnish Goyal and Richard Lunn of Christie & Co were among the panellists, who discussed issues such as the widening application of direct payments, local authority new-builds, training, improving profitability and the unity, or lack of it, unity among care sector providers. A detailed report will feature in the September issue of Caring Times.





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