What does the future hold for care provision?

18 Sep 2020

The care sector has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the outlook of the care sector still seeming uncertain alongside the possible threat of a second wave of infection, how can care providers learn from what’s happened to safeguard their future business operations?

Professor Martin Green, Chief Executive of Care England, together with Nadra Ahmed OBE, Chairman of the National Care Association, joined BLM partners Sarah Woodwark and Michelle Penn to share their thoughts on how those involved in the provision of care might prepare for the coming months in our webinar, The care sector and COVID-19, what does the future look like? on Wednesday, 8 October 2020. Following on from our vlog series, our team of BLM experts discussed a range of topics focusing on commercial, regulatory and legal challenges which are set to affect the sector. 

To watch the on-demand session of this webinar, simply create an account on BLM Player for access.

Watch the vlog series presented by our panel of experts below.

The care sector and COVID-19, what does the future look like? - Employment challenges

 

The Care Sector and COVID-19, what does the future look like? Inquests during the pandemic

 

The Care Sector and COVID-19, what does the future look like? Public vs Independent Inquiries

 

The Care Sector and COVID-19, what does the future look like? Insolvency Issues

 

The care sector and COVID-19, what does the future look like? Breaches of Human Rights

The care sector and COVID-19, what does the future look like? CQC and Regulatory Issues

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Disclaimer: This document does not present a complete or comprehensive statement of the law, nor does it constitute legal advice. It is intended only to highlight issues that may be of interest to customers of BLM. Specialist legal advice should always be sought in any particular case.

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