Likely impact of government funding announcement and NHS integrated care strategy


DUBLIN, October 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “UK Healthcare Market Review: 33rd Edition” the report was added to offer.

The publisher’s 33rd edition of the UK Healthcare Market Review is vital reading for independent providers, commissioners, advisers and investors active in the independent healthcare and social services sectors in the UK.

Posted in September 2021, and written over the summer, the Journal reflects on how the pandemic has affected independent health and social services sectors over the past 18 months.

The report includes a new chapter on health workforce and recruitment. This provides valuable insight into the main drivers of this market at a time when the industry is once again facing staffing challenges as the wider economy opens up.

The new edition also includes a revised and updated policy and regulation section. This describes the current government policy and NHS England strategy to move towards integrated care and gives an opinion on the likely impact of the funding announcement made by the UK government on September 7.

What the report covers

  • Trends in health spending
  • Private acute health care
  • Health coverage
  • Retirement homes for the elderly
  • Specialized care for adults
  • Home care and assisted living
  • Mental health hospitals
  • Child care in residence
  • Host family
  • Special education
  • Dentistry
  • First aid
  • Health at work
  • Community health services
  • Personal health
  • Policy and regulations
  • Private equity in healthcare

Who is the report for?

  • Professionals in suite C from the entire independent health and social services environment
  • Commissioners of the GCC and local authorities
  • Directors of Adult Social Services
  • Directors of Children’s Services
  • NHS Foundation Trusts
  • Independent hospitals / hospital groups
  • Nursing Home Providers / Nursing Home Provider Groups
  • Banks and other financial institutions
  • Local and national government
  • Professional health and social assistance organizations
  • Policy writers
  • Think tanks

Main topics covered:

1. Foreword by the sponsor

2. Key sources of health data

3. Trends in international health expenditure

4. Trends in healthcare spending in the UK

5. NHS expenditure on health services provided by the independent sector

6. Sectoral summaries

  • Private acute health care
  • Health Coverage
  • Elderly care homes
  • Specialized care for adults
  • Home care and assisted living
  • Mental health hospitals
  • Residential care for children
  • Host family
  • Special education
  • Dentistry
  • First aid
  • Community health services
  • Health at work
  • Health personnel and recruitment

7. Policy and regulations

  • Health care
  • Social Protection
  • Quality and assurance
  • British central government
  • Regulators

8. Private Equity in Healthcare

  • 2020 – How Private Equity in the healthcare sector went through a turbulent year and achieved results
  • HCPEA’s investment in health increases from North America to European geographies
  • Profiles of Health-Focused Private Equity Firms
  • Selection of recent UK healthcare private equity deals
  • BVCA supports private equity firms in the UK
  • The editor’s care monitor, England – Quality tables of acute care providers, August 2021
  • The editor’s care monitor, England – Quality tables of social service providers, July 2021
  • International Healthcare Markets – Large international hospital groups, September 2021
  • British and international groups

9. Private equity intelligence

  • Private equity portfolios in the healthcare sector, by fund, September 2021
  • UK healthcare private equity portfolio companies, by 24-month holding period, September 2021
  • Major operations in the field of health and social action, April 2014-September 2021

10. Register of important events

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