England & Wales

Achieving Outcomes Based Commissioning

Home care is in crisis. Dwindling resources, rising demands and costs have put increasing pressure on councils who commission care, providers, care workers and the people who need care. Time and task commissioning means that home care is less flexible and person-focused. But outcomes are notoriously hard to measure and nearly impossible breaking the current cycle of commissioning.

This round table event will bring together commissioners and social care innovators who are trying to make outcomes based commissioning a reality.

  • What are the aspirations for outcomes based commissioning in home care?
  • What differences will it make to the bottom line?
  • How can outcomes based commissioning support wider aspirations for health and social care, including reducing pressure on the NHS?
  • What is the role of technology is supporting outcomes based commissioning.

We will also introduce CoCare: new tech to help care workers, carers and care recipients track health and social care needs and outcomes and a dashboard to help councils set and monitor outcomes in home care. Round table delegates will be asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement as we are in a sensitive stage of development.

This event is by invitation only to find out more or to enquire about a place, please contact ingrid.koehler@lgiu.org

Who should attend?
Senior managers in adult social care, commissioners, and those seeking innovative solutions in adult social care.  This event is by invitation only to find out more or to enquire about a place, please contact ingrid.koehler@lgiu.org