everyLIFE called Rebecca McLennan to share the excitement of PASS users, Eidyn Care, who now deserve huge congratulations! They found themselves coming home from the Scottish Care Awards with two coveted prizes – Palliative and End-of-Life Care Practise and Care Provider of the Year.
There are significant changes in the wider community that are impacting on care including integration of health, housing and care, the rise of technology, changing demographics, emerging communities and pressures on workforce and funding.
The provision of great care in the future will rely on the Adult Social Care sector taking control of how it engages with these changes.
The conference is for CEOs, Trustees and Senior Teams and Leaders from across the social care sector, who are passionate about embracing the future. The NCF will also have in the audience their latest cohort of inspiring managers, identified through their NCF Rising Stars programme, who they know will be critical in shaping the future of great care.
NICE 2019 will reveal changes ahead for the way NICE produces and presents its recommendations (make sure you are up-to-speed with plans to make our products more accessible and user-friendly). Find out how NICE is working with industry improve access to innovation in the NHS, and how they propose to manage the growing pipeline of future healthtech products. Attend their Shared Learning Awards and poster zone to discover how health and care professionals are successfully using NICE standards and guidance across the country. Take hints and tips back to your organisation.
From risk prevention and care management to better care home design, supply chain management and recruitment and retention, the benefits of predictive analysis resulting in data innovation is manifold for the care sector.
Before becoming an everyLIFER nearly three years ago, I spent much of my time in banks, driving change initiatives in how software was built and deployed. All the banks loved the idea of improving through change, but what they didn’t like quite so much was the temporary upheaval that came with that change.
With the winter months closing in fast, winter planning and how to cope during another potentially snowy period will be coming to the forefront of home carers’ minds. After the difficulties that many home care companies experienced with snow last year, I thought it would be worth blogging about how domiciliary care software can help keep companies running, even in a cold snap, meaning one less thing to worry about in what can be a very stressful time.