“The only way a service provided by the private sector can be sustainable is if it’s profitable over the long term.” That’s the firm opinion of Craig Woollam, Director and Head of Healthcare at Savills, a leading provider of property services around the globe. “It’s obvious” he adds. “You can’t expect a commercial service to make losses, year after year, and still carry on.”
“That’s the key focus of the annual briefing on nursing and care home values and trends” says Patricia Connelly, CEO of Henry Stewart Conference Studies, the organiser of this year’s conference. This year the briefing is on 22 March 2017 at The Hatton, London EC1. There will be keynotes, interactive panels, case studies and talks in which no less than 17 front line experts will address current and emerging issues, focussing on how to ensure profitability and enhance value. Full details of the conference programme and how to book are available online at www.henrystewartconferences.com/nursingandcarehomes2017.
“It’s never easy combining ‘care’ and ‘profit’ but it must be done if the sector is to have a lasting future. We are, at this event, firmly focused on how to ensure this happens. This is very much a ‘how-to’ briefing by experts who have the answers” adds Patricia.
The conference covers Nursing Homes, Care Homes, Assisted Living, Domiciliary Care Services, and Third Age Housing, and is intended for everyone involved in ownership, operation, valuation, funding, sale and purchase; their suppliers, agents and advisors.