Business Growth Theatre 5: Sponsored by Obiter Wealth Management
Tuesday 26th March
Wednesday 27th March
11.00 - 11.30
The care home industry is becoming ever more complex with increasing potential legal liabilities. This seminar will look at some of the key issues that most commonly cause problems for care home operators from a legal point of view.
11.45 - 12.15
Better financial records in less time at lower cost - How Cloud Accounting can help you and your business
An introduction into how embracing Cloud software can transform the operation of your finance function saving you time and money, helping you to make better business decisions. Cloud accountancy has many advantages - digital bookkeeping is easier to manage and works intuitively with most of the systems that your business may already use. By adopting cloud accounting you can use your financial information to focus on the future rather than looking to the past.
12.30 - 13.00
Kristy Gouldsmith CIPP/E LLM LLB PGCE
Learn what risks the GDPR brings to your care home and how to minimize those risks while still carrying on business as usual. This practical seminar uses examples from real care home audits to illustrate the risks and the solutions for your GDPR compliance, for both clients and staff. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion so come along and bring your queries.
13.15 - 13.45
There are 3 key elements a care home needs in order to deliver quality care, to be rated at least ’Good’ by CQC and to remain financially healthy. If you are struggling in any of these areas, then your care home is missing one or more of these vital elements. Attend this seminar and discover exactly what these 3 elements are and how to establish them in your care home.
14.00 - 14.30
Moving from a conventional boiler system to a low carbon ground source heat pump provides a reliable means of delivering all of your heating and hot water at a significantly lower cost than conventional boilers. It also, however, allows you to be PAID for every kWh of heat that you use via the Non-Domestic RHI. Using successful examples of existing projects we explain how this can be achieved before April 2021, when the RHI will end.
14.45 - 15.15
Ian Spindley & Tom Dutton
Funding adult social care means where services are paid – either directly/indirectly, through integrated public, private, or third-way sectors, at home or in residential units – monies could become owed between organisations and/or their clients, residents or customers. . .and so debts may need recovering. Based in Wales, where the Welsh Government is funding social/healthcare integration transformation, CCICM has developed the most sensitive, sophisticated, and effective strategies to protect revenue streams, particularly involving elderly and dementia clients. . .
15.30 - 16.00
How to harness the power of technology to help improve patient care. During this session we will give you insights about how technology can help creating a more seamless experience for a patient by freeing up time traditionally spent away from the patient due to admin. We will also discuss how technology solutions enable saving in time and costs.