The RDB Star Rating team attended Care England annual conference last month and have hailed the event as a success.
The conference focused on technology and heard from Professor Martin Green OBE, chief executive as well as Ian Trenholm, CQC’s chief executive who shared his vision for the future regulation of the sector.
Sue Brand, RDB Star Rating’s managing director said: “It was another excellent conference, which was well organised and friendly. The conference had a group of speakers who focused on the use of data and technology in Social Care.
“As usual it gave us an opportunity to catch up with old friends, network and learn about all the new products at their exhibition.”
Keynote speakers at the event included Dr Claire Royston at Four Seasons Health Care, James Palmer, Programme Head at NHS Digital Social Care Programme, and Avnish Goyal at Care England.
Professor Martin Green OBE, said: “I am delighted that Logging On was such a useful event.
“Providers are adapting demonstrated by their positive attitudes to the technological advances that can be embraced to help ensure the future of quality care.”
‘Creativity in Care’ was launched at the conference and forms part of an extensive communications campaign.
To watch ‘Creativity in Care,’ click here. (http://www.careengland.org.uk/creativity-care-2018)