HealthInvestor UK webinars

Back to the future: Redefining ‘quality’ in a post-Covid care sector

Derek Breingan, head of health and social care sector, Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank
Ashley Cooper, senior partner, Edward Cooper Young
Tim Street, senior adviser at Patron Capital and co-founder of Hamberley
Andrew Surgenor, senior director – healthcare valuation, CBRE

Replacing ageing stock with new ‘fit for purpose’ homes is a key challenge for the elderly care sector and one that pre-dates the Covid-19 pandemic. Rising land prices, the cost of construction and prohibitive planning policies have all contributed to an environment where not enough new homes are built and older stock stubbornly holds on to its market position – despite a lack of suitable room sizes and amenities.

As we enter the ‘new normal’, the care sector is once again under scrutiny but it also has an opportunity to change the way it is perceived – and funded – by making a strong case for what ‘best in class’ looks like. To help define these terms, and to debate how the market can drive innovation and investment, HealthInvestor UK is partnering with Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank to bring together this panel of market experts on Tuesday 14 July at 16:15 BST.

As with each of the Covid-19 webinars there will be opportunities for attendees to put questions to the panel through the webinar platform as the speakers share their views on what a ‘fit for the future’ care home looks like in a post-Covid environment.

This webinar series is a unique opportunity for investors, providers and advisors across the social care spectrum to engage with current expert thinking in this difficult time.

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On Target: Kenneth MacKenzie discusses how Covid-19 has impacted social care real estate investment…

Kenneth MacKenzie, chief executive, Target Healthcare REIT

HealthInvestor UK’s Covid-19 Webinar Series continued with an interview with the chief executive of Target Healthcare REIT, Kenneth MacKenzie.

Target Healthcare REIT is one of the most established investment vehicles active in the care sector, with over 70 residential care properties operated in partnership with 27 different operators across the UK.

In an interview with Investor Publishing managing director Vernon Baxter, Kenneth shared the perspective of the landlord on the Covid-19 crisis and provided insights on the long-term implications of the pandemic for the care sector.

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Road to recovery? What happens next for elderly care…

Avnish Goyal, chairman, Hallmark Care

HealthInvestor UK’s Covid-19 Webinar Series continuesd with an interview with Avnish Goyal, the chairman of Hallmark Care, chief executive of Savista Developments, chair of Care England and the founder of the Care Sector Ball.

As one of the most active figures in the care sector, Avnish has many jobs and even more insights into how the elderly care system is responding to this crisis. In an interview with Investor Publishing managing director Vernon Baxter, Avnish shared his thoughts on what comes next for the social care sector over the next 12 to 18 months.

As social distancing measures begin to be relaxed there are a number of serious considerations for everyone involved in the care home market – with big questions facing operators, regulations and politicians alike.

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Restoring confidence: Will the self-funding care market thrive in the wake of Covid-19?

Tom Hartley, director, Carterwood

HealthInvestor UK’s editor Rob Munro was joined by Tom Hartley of care sector analysts Carterwood to discuss the future of the self-pay care home sector.

The lack of availability of testing and PPE combined with high death rates has had a devastating effect on public perception of the care sector and, despite heroic efforts by operators and investors, it will take considerable time before confidence is restored.

In the light of these sobering facts, what does the future hold for the self-pay market? Has the Covid-19 pandemic permanently damaged its reputation or will higher-end care homes become more popular as they offer greater protection from infection while the threat from Covid-19 lingers?

Tom answers these and other questions based on the results of Carterwood’s latest research into the self-pay market.

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Notes on a scandal: Understanding the long-term impact of Covid-19 on elderly care

Robert Kilgour, chairman, Renaissance Care

HealthInvestor UK’s Covid-19 Webinar Series continued with an interview with the chairman of Renaissance Care – and original founder of Four Seasons Health Care – Robert Kilgour.

As further details emerge on how the government and the health service has interacted with the elderly care system during the Covid-19 crisis, it is clear that the past three months will have lasting implications for the sector.

Robert Kilgour has been an outspoken voice throughout the crisis and joined Investor Publishing’s managing director, Vernon Baxter, to share his thoughts on the ramifications of this extraordinary period – both politically and practically.
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Covid-19: What have the private and public sectors learnt about working together?

Catherine Davies, managing partner, Monticle
Gabrielle Silver, chief executive, CHS Healthcare

In our latest webinar, HealthInvestor UK’s editor Rob Munro was joined by Catherine Davies, managing partner of Monticle and Gabrielle Silver, chief executive of CHS Healthcare.

Traditionally the relationship between public and private sectors in healthcare has been less than perfect but the tragic events of the Covid-19 pandemic have seen the two sides come together and work in new and innovative ways.

From providing extra bed capacity to re-purposing production lines to manufacture ventilators and PPE, to developing and deploying cutting edge medical technology, businesses and entrepreneurs have demonstrated their ability to support health and social care providers across the sector. But will this lead to a permanent shift in how we view the role of business and investors in the delivery of publicly funded services or will the old ideological battle lines be redrawn in the post-Covid world?

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Village spirit: Housing-with-care’s response to Covid-19

Tom Lord, chief operating officer, Inspired Villages
Howard Nankivell, chief executive, Rangeford Villages
Nick Sanderson, chief executive, Audley Group

HealthInvestor UK’s Covid-19 Webinar Series continued with a live panel session focusing on how the ‘housing-with-care’ sector is coping with the challenges presented by the continuing battle against the pandemic.

Investor Publishing’s managing director, Vernon Baxter, was joined by executives from three of the leading operators in the retirement villages sector – Nick Sanderson, chief executive of Audley Group; Tom Lord, chief operating officer at Inspired Villages; Howard Nankivell, chief executive of Rangeford Villages.

The live video panel will focused on how housing-with-care has responded to the unique challenges of Covid-19 – it also considered how a pandemic of this nature will impact the sector in the mid- to long-term and discussed how the economics of Covid-19 will change the investment landscape.

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Covid-19: The impact on health investment in the UK

Garret Turley, partner, August Equity

On Tuesday 28 April, HealthInvestor UK’s webinar was a discussion over the the impact the Covid-19 pandemic is having on the UK’s health investment community.

Garret Turley, partner at August Equity joined Rob Munro, editor of HealthInvestor UK in exploring how the lockdown is hampering deal-making and the likely challenges that lie ahead in the medium- and long-term.

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Covid-19 in care homes – Latest intelligence from the frontline

Julian Evans,
head of healthcare,
Knight Frank

HealthInvestor UK’s weekly webinar featured a live interview and data session with one of the UK social care sector’s leading experts.

Vernon Baxter, managing director of Investor Publishing, interviewed Knight Frank’s head of healthcare – Julian Evans – to examine how the care home sector has reacted to the Covid-19 crisis, featuring data on how the system is coping and how the private sector’s response is supporting the health service’s battle to combat the virus.

In the past week, media attention has turned to the specific problems Covid-19 presents to the care home sector – from the relative scarcity of PPE equipment to the lack of testing and the increased fatality rate for those above 80 years in age.

In this session, Evans  shares observations and intelligence derived from Knight Frank’s market access and the management data of its client-base across the UK and from other global markets.

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Covid-19 – Can technology help us win?

Mindy Daeschner, managing partner, Daeschner Consulting
Kayleigh Hartigan, chief commercial officer, Zava

On Tuesday 14 April, HealthInvestor UK’s webinar was a discussion on the role technology can play in the fight against Covid-19.

Kayleigh Hartigan, chief commercial officer at Zava and Mindy Daeschner of Daeschner Consulting joined Rob Munro, editor of HealthInvestor UK in exploring the impact that tele-conferencing, remote consultation and AI-powered diagnostic tools are having as clinicians work to overcome the challenges presented by the global coronavirus pandemic.

This was a unique opportunity for all stakeholders in the health and social care sectors to gain insight into experts’ views on this vital clinical component during these unprecedented times.

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Care and Covid-19: Is the sector up to the challenge?

Professor Martin Green,
chief executive,
Care England

HealthInvestor UK’s Covid-19 Webinar Series kicked off with a live event featuring Professor Martin Green, chief executive of Care England in conversation with Rob Munro, editor, HealthInvestor UK.

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Other webinars you may be interested in by Investor Publishing...

Covid-19 and higher education: How universities and pathway providers are navigating disruption

Sir Anthony Seldon, vice-chancellor, University of Buckingham
James Pitman, managing director, UK and Europe, Study Group
Julie Mercer, partner, Cairneagle Associates
Glynne Stanfield, partner, Eversheds Sutherland

EducationInvestor Global’s webinar series continued with a live panel discussion featuring Sir Anthony Seldon, vice-chancellor of the University of Buckingham; James Pitman, managing director, UK and Europe at Study Group; Julie Mercer, partner at Cairneagle Associates; and Glynne Stanfield, partner at Eversheds Sutherland. The conversation was moderated by EducationInvestor Global editor Josh O’Neill.

Collectively, these market experts discussed the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the higher education sector, exploring the ways in which universities have orchestrated swift transitions to online provision. Panellists also considered diversification strategies and reflected on what the future operating environment may look like, at a time when travel bans have thrown the academic lives of international students, and the pathways sector, into a state of flux.

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NMT Discussions: How the Covid-19 response has unfolded so far

Carole Edmond, director, Glassmoon
June O’Sullivan, chief executive, The London Early Years Foundation
Arun Kanwar, partner, Cairneagle
Neil Leitch, chief executive, Early Years Alliance
Briony Richter, editor, Nursery Management Today
Sarah Steel, chief executive, The Old Station Nursery
The first NMT webinar discussion kicked off on Tuesday 14 April. This event featured a panel discussion on the impact that Covid-19 is having on the early years sector. Our panellists will discuss how the Government has responded to the virus and what that means for nurseries and early years providers, as well as the next steps to helping the sector overcome this crisis.
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K12 and Covid-19: Are schools coping with the online transition?

Jamie Beaton,
co-founder and chief executive, Crimson Education

On Thursday 9 April at 11am, EducationInvestor Global’s new webinar series will launch with a one-on-one interview with Jamie Beaton, co-founder and chief executive of Crimson Education, moderated by Josh O’Neill, editor of EducationInvestor Global.

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