LocationAnthony Collins Solicitors, 134 Edmund Street, Birmingham B3 2ES Get directions
Book your placeFree of charge
Join us for an interactive seminar to review current topics pertinent to care businesses. From the National Living Wage, fee increases, new delivery models and their impact on business values, will 2016 be remembered as a pivotal year for the care sector?
Will the National Living Wage herald change in the care sector, generating the necessary fee uplifts as a precursor to combined NHS and Social Care funding? The intended uplifts in wages to 2020 are likely to impact on many businesses, even if they are unaffected to date.
The care sector is constantly evolving with new forms of developments continuing apace. The elderly demographic cannot be ignored and the provision of a wide variety of good quality care and accommodation is required to maintain a balanced care market.
The seminar will address the following topics:
- National Living Wage – costs and feedback
- Fee uplifts – a two tier market?
- Top tips for dealing with commissioners
- New delivery models, mergers and partnerships
- Care business outlook
- Implementing new structures
Who will be there?
The workshop is intended for care business operators and those involved in the long term care sector.
- Tom Harrison, Principal Associate, Carterwood
- David Lee, Senior Associate, Anthony Collins Solicitors
- Jessamy Venables, Senior Surveyor, Carterwood
- Matthew Wort, Partner, Anthony Collins Solicitors
- Emma Young, Senior Associate, Anthony Collins Solicitors
Registration from 9.30am for a 9.45am start.
For more information
Please contact Matthew Wort.
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