United Kingdom Homecare Association
The professional association for homecare providers

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Homecarer March 2014

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The March 2014 edition of Homecarer is now available for members. In this issue: We say a minimum price for homecare is crucial for care quality; Feature our member event with Paul Burstow MP and Baroness Brinton at the House of Commons; UKHCA Chair Mike Padgham says we need to be brave to face the challenges of 2014; UKHCA Chief Executive Bridget Warr describes guidance that will underpin the Care Bill; UKHCA Senior Policy Officer Duncan White compares outcome based commissioning with aircraft carrier design; John Turner of Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP discusses who is entitled to ask for a disclosure; the Department for Work and Pensions describes their new services for employers; we report on a provider workshop in Northern Ireland to discuss RQIA inspection and new legislation in Scotland and Wales; Towergate Patrick look at setting up a pension scheme; Key Retirement Solutions consider paying for care; MedScene Pharmacy describe a Dutch approach to medication; we highlight training funding and changes to the NMDS; Mary Wardell hails Caremark workers’experiences coping with the floods; and launch our members’ homecare case studies, following the Homecare Innovation Challenge.

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