The future is bright the future is innovation says the Kent Integrated Care Alliance (KiCA) as they prepare for their annual conference in May.
The full-day conference on Wednesday the 9th of May will focus on how Kent providers can adopt best practice and continue to provide caring excellence throughout the county.
A line up of influential speakers, including care company CEO’s, the director of adult social care and health at Kent County Council, and the Care Quality Commission (CQC), will address some of the key issues facing the social care sector and discuss topics such as discharge from hospital, wellbeing and activity leadership in care homes, technology in healthcare, integration and innovation, and the supportive role of the CQC.
Adam Hutchison, vice chair Kent Integrated Care Alliance says: “As a sector we must look at changing business models and develop new strategies to improve the best way forward. I am very much looking forward to discussing and introducing alternative ways forward and putting Kent care providers at the forefront of innovating excellence in care.”
KICA is the Kent Integrated Care Alliance, a collaborative social enterprise helping to shape the future of social care and health in Kent and Medway. Supporting the full range of nursing, residential, and community care providers across all parts of the sector in Kent & Medway, KiCA is a lead advocate for some 300 plus member companies continually promoting care excellence and sharing information on the emerging demands for care services.