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    Panel slides - CfWI Annual Conference 2013 Panel slides - CfWI Annual Conference 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • Panel and audience discussion, chaired by Alastair Henderson Chief Executive Academy of Medical Royal Colleges #cfwi2013
    • Ivor Cawthorn, Head of Joint Commissioning & Partnerships, Bournemouth Borough Council
    • WE ARE ALL FISHING IN THE SAME POOL There is a finite workforce Utilise skills & Competencies Increasing ageing workforce
    • Patricia Kearney Director of Innovation and Development Social Care Institute for Excellence (no slides)
    • Gill Bellord Director of Employment Relations & Reward NHS Employers
    • How many people? 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 Recruits Current staff Headcount
    • Jeremy Taylor Chief Executive National Voices
    • The House of Care
    • Maria Mills Chief Executive SCA Group
    • • Sector dominated by high level of scandals • Demoralised staff • Still commissioned by task and minute • Low level personal budgets or indicative budgets • Required to do complex tasks for low wages • Severe recruitment difficulties • Minimal regulatory • training standard • Health and care still • working in silos Pessimistic v Optimistic • Robust career pathways – apprenticeships to senior levels • Enhanced training requirement and structured levels • Clear salary progression from basic living wage • Multi-disciplinary teams and multi- skilled staff • Integration health and care has really happened • Reablement focus, community enriched • Respected profession and career of choice • All publically commissioned customers either personal budgets or indicative budgets • People willing to pay and value good care.