By : Laing & Buisson
Date : 2010
Location : United Kingdom UK / London
It seek to shed light on the direction of travel for the long term care sector, and to highlight the opportunities as well as the threats to providers who fail to respond to a rapidly changing market place.
geriatrics, learning disabilities, mental health, new care pathways, green paper, home care, extra care, residential care, Department of Health, Care Quality Commission, providers, commissioners and expert advisers.
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The 2010 programme for this ‘must attend’ event reflects the unprecedented challenges and opportunities for providers of all types of care service.While operating businesses have generally fared well since the global credit crisis of Autumn 2008, many over-levered operators are still
struggling to achieve financial stability after the excesses of the credit boom. Meanwhile, ‘payback’ time is beckoning, with the expectation of severe cutbacks in public sector spending from 2011/12.
This will be a challenging time especially for those providers with heavy exposure to public sector purchasers, for example in the specialist areas of learning disabilities and mental health. At the same time, underlying demand will not go away and there will be real opportunities for those able respond to the ‘transformation’ agenda, to innovate, develop new care pathways and offer good quality and value for money in response to central and local government’s imperative to achieve efficiencies. Meanwhile, whatever government proposals emerge in the wake of care funding Green Paper, the scene seems set for a further shift towards older people paying privately for care services. While home care, extra care and residential care have hitherto
developed in their own ‘silos’, even for private payers, could the future witness a transformation to more integrated and truly customer focused offerings?
With top level contributions from the Department of Health, Care Quality Commission, providers, commissioners and expert advisers, the conference will seek to shed light on the direction of travel for the long term care sector, and to highlight the opportunities as well as the threats to providers who fail to respond to a rapidly changing market place.
Chair: Martin Green, Chief Executive, English Community CareAssociation
08.40 Registration & coffee
09.05 Chair’s opening remarks
09.10 Market overview
• Latest capacity trends new homes, closures and net capacity
• Star ratings performance of groups and the care sector as a whole
• Business confidence as credit crunch payback time beckons
William Laing, Chief Executive
Laing & Buisson
09.30 The Transformation Agenda
• Challenging current commissioning and procurement arrangements
• Making the best use of resources to shape and commission services for the future
• What sort of decline in local authority demand over the next five years should residential care providers plan (for elderly and learning disabled clients)
John Bolton, Director of Strategic Finance Social Care, Local Government and Care Partnerships
10.00 Industry overview
• Personalisation and Personal Budgets/Is this really a new concept?
• The dilemma of quality versus cost reduction
• The future of long term care
Mike Parsons, Group Chief Executive Grove Investments
10.30 Care Quality Commission: strategicpriorities
• How we will achieve our priorities
• The impact of the new registration system for providers
• Possible future regulation of supported living
• Future for social care assessment
Care Quality Commission representative confirmed
11.00 Open forum
11.15 Morning coffee
11.45 Domiciliary care
• Including elderly care/dementia/LD/MH
• Delivery of personalised domiciliary care services
• Prospects for generating revenue from the NHS – particularly in long term conditions
Alexander Young, Chief Executive Officer Allied Healthcare Group
12.05 Future of care homes and supported livingfor people with learning disabilities andmental health problems
Bob Lewis, Director
Care Management Group Ltd
12.25 Delegate/panel discussion: Will the socialcare transformation agenda actuallydeliver
Panel selected from the day’s speakers and including Des Kelly, Executive Director, National Care Forum and Mel Knight, Executive Chairman, Castleoak
14.00 Integrated health and social care funding:can it abate the coming financial storm?
• Lessons learned from Bradford's "total place" pilot
• How does the gateway to integrated services work?
• How can this improve the patient experience?
• Importance of aligning priorities and funding
• Achieving value for money for partners, patients and the public purse
Janice Simpson,Assistant Director Operational Services, Bradford MBC and Geoff Norris, Director, Team Consultants Ltd
14.20 Physical disabilities and acquired braininjury
• The role of specialist nursing homes in managing patients with severe brain injury in the community
• Providing slow stream rehabilitation, continuing care and neuropalliative care
Dr Charlie Nyein, Consultant in Rehabilitation, Northwick Park Regional Rehabilitation Unit Ramsay Health Care
14.40 Using telecare to reduce hospitaladmissions
Tracey Burt General Manager, Woodside House Care Home Barchester Healthcare and Dr Thompson, GP
15.00 Dementia services
• The National Dementia Strategy
• Care pathways for dementia
• Partnerships and joint working with other care providers
Doug Umbers, Managing Director of Social Care Care UK
15.20 Asset values and investment prospects inlong term care services
David Jones, Partner, Corporate Finance, Deloitte
Open forum with afternoon speakers
Afternoon tea and close
Company Description : Includes 15 presentations (PDF) and the corresponding 15 audio (MP3).
Organizer : Laing & BuissonFounded by William Laing in 1986, Laing & Buisson is one the UK’s foremost provider of information and market intelligence on the independent health, community care and childcare sectors. Laing & Buisson offers a highly focused range of conferences which attract delegates from every area of health and social care. Their events bring together the public, private and voluntary sectors providing informed debate taking in the perspectives of all interested parties. In addition to one-off conferences on subjects selected for their special interest or topicality, Laing & Buisson’s annual programme features a series of annual conferences - considered definitive events covering key developments and leading edge practice in specific areas including homecare, telecare and assistive technology, children’s nurseries and childcare, extra-care, long term care for older people, mental health, acute healthcare, private healthcare insurance and investing in healthcare.