LaingBuisson has welcomed over 12,000 delegates to events over the past 12 months. Our virtual, on-demand and live events offer educational and networking opportunities within healthcare, social care and medical travel and are attended by leading senior executives.
As live UK business events and conferences are not currently permitted to take place, all LaingBuisson events will take place in a virtual environment until such a time that restrictions are lifted.
We have all sat through many webinars in the last weeks and I wish they all had the same quality and frankness of speakers and richness of content as the Reshaping Care Markets one just now
– Allan Johnson, CEO at CTT and Governor at Oxford Health NHS Trust
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Investing in International Healthcare Services Conference
Following on from our successful conference in New York last year, we have gone virtual, splitting the conference over two afternoons during the Jefferies Global Healthcare Conference in London to allow healthcare services CEOs to present in the morning at the Jefferies conference and for US delegates to join us in the afternoon.
Now in its 15th year, the LaingBuisson Awards celebrate industry excellence in a range of categories for organisations to tell their stories to the sector. Attended by over 1,000 industry leaders, CEOs and decision-makers, this black-tie event offers a unique opportunity to network, highlight your team's achievements and celebrate with leading names in the sector.
Webinar Partnership Opportunities
Partner one of our health and social care webinars which offer practical advice from sector leaders combined with LaingBuisson’s trusted economic analysis. Our launch webinar was attended by 850+ delegates and was praised for the excellent panelists, informative content and professional delivery.
Unlocking opportunities in social care with big data
Covid-19 has shown the value of data. Our expert panel gave us a unique insight into how big data is already changing social care which included Paul Langston, Head of Citizen Services at data provider CACI, Daya Thayan, CEO at Kingsley Healthcare and Tom Hall, Chief Economist at Barbour ABI and AMA Research.
UK Healthcare Market Review Launch
This year reflects data gathered during Covid-19 and views on the outlook for the sector with William Laing, Chairman of LaingBuisson, Henry Elphick, CEO of LaingBuisson, Iain Lock, Managing Director Health at Avison Young and a video message from Chris Day, Director of Engagement at Care Quality Commission on the State of Care.
Growing with Children's Services
In partnership with Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank. Chaired by LaingBuisson’s CEO, Henry Elphick, this complimentary webinar includes a strong panellest of expert speakers including Jamie Stuart, Deputy Head, Health & Social Care at Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank, Paul Callander, CEO of Horizon Care & Education, Iain Marlow, Investment Director at Ardenton Capital and Sandie Foxall-Smith, Chair at Compass Community.
Relaunching London Private Healthcare Post COVID
In partnership with MPS Partnerships. Chaired by LaingBuisson’s CEO, Henry Elphick, this complimentary webinar gives insight from the experts in the industry on the relaunch plan for Private Healthcare. Hear from OneWelbeck's Medical Director, Professor Teare; Aspen Healthcare's CEO, Rob Anderson; LaingBuisson's Private Acute Central London Report Author, Ted Townsend and MPS Partnership's Executive Director of Business Development and Engagement, Mark Randerson.
IMTJ Webinar: Medical travel in a post COVID world
The medical travel sector faces major challenges with the spread of the Coronavirus across the globe and the resulting impact on healthcare providers and the restrictions on movement. Chaired by LaingBuisson’s Keith Pollard, Editor in Chief of IMTJ, watch this webinar to give yourself the insight you need to plan the road to recovery for your medical travel business.
How Covid is Reshaping Health and Care Markets
In partnership with Charles Russell Speechlys. How has social care dealt with the pandemic? What has the financial impact been? Most importantly how it has changed (or might it change) care delivery? LaingBuisson in partnership with Charles Russell Speechlys and a very strong panel from across the sector set the scene with the key themes we have seen develop.
M&A and Investing with COVID
In partnership with CYBG. M&A activity and financings are starting to accelerate across healthcare and social care. Watch the on-demand as we reviewed the winners and losers of Covid, where investor activity is focussed and how companies are funding themselves with CBILs, covenant waivers and repayment holidays.
Rights & Regulation Post Covid-19
In partnership with Bevan Brittan. We have now seen the end of the beginning of the pandemic. As we move to the next stage what rights do residents, employees, Directors and Companies have? This webinar looked at how we should handle the next potential wave of COVID-19 and what role CQC and the regulators should play.
Dental & Covid - a Tale of Two Cities?
In partnership with Charles Russell Speechlys. Covid has split dental between the NHS and private sector, between practices still being paid for UDAs and with ongoing goodwill, and private practices looking to furlough, to keep open for emergency patients and manage through to a relaxation of lockdown. This webinar examined the outlook for the sector, the legal risks on a return to work and how to protect your team, patients and business and financial implications.
Managing Coronavirus Risk & Liability in Health & Social Care
In partnership with DAC Beachcroft and Marsh. The coronavirus pandemic has brought fundamental change to the relationships health and social care providers have with both their employees and those for whom they provide care together with their families. This webinar focused on current insurance considerations, mitigating actions care providers should be taking, regulatory implications and Human Rights Act consideration.
Adult Specialist Care
In partnership with Grant Thornton. When the coronavirus emergency is over, will lessons have been learned and will social care in general be held in higher esteem? Following the media’s initial focus on acute care in the NHS, the social care sector has now been recognised as the new front line and a vital part of UK infrastructure. Will the funding follow and will the future be brighter?
Homecare and Supported Living
In partnership with Addleshaw Goddard. Homecare and supported living could be 2 of the “winners” from coronavirus – they look after people in their home or a community environment in a more cost-effective setting which can often leverage technology, and infection rates are low. This webinar reviewed the new LaingBuisson market report, the market today and the outlook post coronavirus.
The Coronavirus crisis poses a complex set of immediate challenges to those working in the social care sector. The pandemic is a once-in-a-generation event and some believe that it is a chance to remake society and build a better future. This webinar provided a forum for an exchange of views based on the most up-to-the-minute information provided by some of the leading stakeholders from the social care sector.
LaingBuisson CEO, Henry Elphick, and Childcare Report Author, Arun Kanwar from Cairneagle take you through the release of LaingBuisson's 16th edition Childcare UK Market Report and it's key topics. The report is vital reading for anyone involved in this highly competitive sector of the UK economy, be they providers, investors or advisors to the sector.