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Care Show Bournemouth 2014: Understanding the National Minimum Wage

| 17 Apr 2014

The National Minimum Wage has been a hot topic within the homecare sector this year. There has been some confusion around pay scenarios within the homecare environment, specifically regarding travel pay, and what providers need to do to ensure compliance.

The UKHCA worked with Care Show Bournemouth to produce a programme of seminars tailored to the interests of homecare providers. We outline some of the key insights from the seminar: Understand the National Minimum Wage.

 

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Questions to ask before investing in an electronic medication management system

| 10 Apr 2014

Investing in the right electronic medication management system can make all the difference for care home providers. When implemented properly, an electronic medication management system can help achieve immediate and substantial reductions in preventable medication errors, as well as organisation-wide efficiencies.

However, with a range of medication management software providers in the market, how do you decide which one is going to be the right fit for your organisation? To help you better evaluate the products in the market, we’ve come up with 12 essential questions to ask.

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