Mark Adams, chief executive, Community Integrated Care
Nuno Almeida, chief executive, Nourish
Duncan Astill, partner, Mills & Reeve
Aly Kachra, managing director, Country Court Care

With physical movement restricted, digital environments have been paramount to many providers on both a social and operational level. As the situation continues to gradually improve across the board, what lessons can the care sector learn from this period and what does the future look like?

HealthInvestor UK is partnering with law firm Mills & Reeve and digital care management specialists Nourish, to discuss the role technology has to play in the regulation and operation of care homes.

The debate will focus on the below points of discussion:

Digital adoption and driving qualitative care – with the health and social care system on high alert for signs of a second wave, how can technology be harnessed by operators, regulators and technology experts alike to improve digital adoption, better manage infection control and drive quality across the elderly care sector?

Closer collaboration between providers and regulators – are there opportunities for regulators to collaborate with providers to gain better evidence and a deeper understanding of the care provided?

As with each of the Covid-19 webinars there will be opportunities for attendees to put questions to the panel through the webinar platform as the speakers share their views on how technology will continue to transform the care sector in a post-Covid world.

This webinar series is a unique opportunity for investors, providers and advisors across the social care spectrum to engage with current expert thinking in this difficult time.