In partnership with:
Rob Assall, interim deputy chief inspector of adult social care, Care Quality Commission
Derek Breingan, head of health & social care, Virgin Money
George Norman, founding partner, Beaufort Capital
Roger Pratap, chairman, Majesticare
Covid-19 has challenged many assumptions when it comes to care. Industry best practice around quality, the nature of the built environment and the use of technology have all been vital in controlling the virus – but ultimately the sustained difficulties of protecting residents from an invisible enemy have forced the sector to fundamentally rethink what ‘future-proofing’ a care setting means in 2021.
Discover unparalleled expert thinking, with the continuation of HealthInvestor UK’s webinar series, view the panel discussion in partnership with Beaufort Capital and Virgin Money, focusing on how the sector can come back stronger from the Covid-19 experience and how developers and operators with a ‘blank piece of paper’ should go about creating quality care environments that are fit for the future.
Key points of discussion:
- As the rollout of vaccination and the advent of mass testing begins to turn the tide against coronavirus, what will this period of disruption mean for the operators and developers in the UK care sector looking to invest in new settings today?
- What will be the legacy of Covid-19 in terms of innovation, quality and changes in the requirements of residential care?
- How will regulation evolve to meet the changed environment and how can we build on the rapid adoption of technology across society precipitated by the pandemic?