Care leaders in Manchester will gather for a conference and exhibition in the city centre today, to share knowledge on how technology can help achieve better outcomes for local care markets and service users.
The event, hosted by Tech for Care, will take place at King’s House Conference Centre from 9am.
The purpose of the event is to share insight with commissioners and care providers on successes and challenges of digital ways of working, and to help shape plans on the role of technology in supporting care delivery at a local level.
Speakers include Nicky Parker, director of Transformation at Manchester City Council; Paul Simic, CEO of Lancashire Care Association; Kate Barton, senior designer for Strategy and Intelligence at the Care Quality Commission; Peter Cheer, a consultant at the Care Provider Alliance; and Mark Golledge, programme manager at the Local Government Association.
Confirmed exhibitors include online home care platforms Alcuris and Birdie; software suppliers Care Vision, Fastroi, everyLIFE Technologies and Nourish Care; smart care solutions provider KareInn; as well as Digital Social Care and Skills for Care.
Home Care Insight is a media partner for the event and will be posting news updates from the conference. Visit our stand to speak to editor Sarah Clarke.