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Confronted with financial restraints, growing public expectations and an increasing requirement to support an ageing UK population with one or more long term conditions, Care Homes face a conundrum in their efforts to remain profitable.

How can cost savings be made without impacting quality of care?

One solution is to turn to integrated workforce management technology.

With staff costs representing around 70 % of expenditure for the average health and social care provider, substantial cost savings can be unearthed through robust planning and management of the workforce.

This paper focuses on the adoption of audited workforce management solutions in UK Care Homes. It asks whether the Care Home industry is well positioned to cope with the burden and complexity of caring for a rapidly ageing population.

In particular, it will highlight how staffing issues  impact care quality and uncover how the deployment of workforce management solutions can help Care Homes utilise their resource to overcome the persistent challenges of –

  • Administration time
  • Financial pressures
  • Agency costs
  • Compliance risks
  • Staffing shortages
  • Staff retention

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