Using technology to make a real difference in social care

By David Rees and Mathew Kendall | 19 February 2019

As the King’s Fund highlighted at the end of last year, despite the 2018 Budget announcement of a series of short-term cash injections, social care still faces a projected funding gap of at least £1.5bn by 2020/21.

Equally, with the Green Paper further delayed, there is still no clarity about alternative funding options for plugging this gap.

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