Leaving no one behind’. That’s not just the theme of World Water Day being held on March 22nd. It’s also a core purpose and founding principle of Younifi, which seeks to simplify social care for all.
Blog: An Unlikely Combination
For me innovation is all about improving an existing product, process or service. As a consequence, I often look at solutions and principles outside of health and care to challenge the status quo within.
Blog: A Game Changer
Innovation and creative disruption come hand in hand with technology, from the invention of the wheel to the iPhone changing the way we communicate.
The public wants a social care revolution, research reveals
Knowledge, transparency and innovation being demanded by people in the adult social care system
World Social Work Day
Depending on your interests, today is either all about raising awareness and celebrating World Social Work day, or it’s about raising awareness and celebrating Ravioli day, World story telling day, Proposal day, International day of happiness or Won’t you be my neighbour day, honoring Fred Rogers, - who I’ll come to later.
Who do we trust?
Who do we trust to tell us the truth? Well it’s definitely not government or social media. The largest and longest running annual global study of trust published its 2018 report this week revealing...
What’s in a title?
At last, could health and social care finally be seen as one now that Jeremy Hunt’s has a new job title: ‘Secretary of State for Health and Social Care’.
New YPO framework launched to break new ground in the management of adult social care
Younifi announced as sole provider on Managing Care Solutions framework. 08 January 18 – Younifi, a solution provider that helps councils shape the way adult social care is managed, funded and provided has been awarded ‘sole supplier ’ status on a new national framework.
Value for money in health and social care - myth or reality?
It’s official, from a value for money (VfM) perspective, the Better Care Fund has not delivered what was expected, in terms of savings, outcomes for patients or reduced hospital activity, from the £5.3 billion spent through the Fund in 2015 – 2016.