Coolcare Set to Show Care Home Managers How to ‘Love Their Admin’ at Health Plus Care 2023

Leading care home management software provider, CoolCare, has announced its attendance at this year’s Health Plus Care – the UK’s premier event for leaders in social care.

Set to take place on Wednesday, April 26th and Thursday, April 27th at London’s ExCel, Health Plus Care comprises three co-located events; The Healthcare Show, The Digital Healthcare Show and The Residential and Home Care Show – enabling collaboration between the entire health and social care community.

Taking up residence on Stand D50 in the Residential and Home Care Show, CoolCare is gearing up to showcase the range of benefits of both digital transformation and the use of its trailblazing care home management software to residential care providers. With CoolCare’s long-standing record of making admin easier for care home managers in addition to its impressive time and money saving results, the stand will be an essential stop for managers looking to improve the quality of their service and transform their business.

Commenting on CoolCare’s attendance at the leading industry event, Managing Director, Fiona Hale, said: “Health Plus Care is a major date in the care sector calendar so we’re really looking forward to showing more care providers how they can start to love their admin. We understand first-hand the importance of building a strong care business which can navigate changing times while delivering high standards of care. We have put all of this experience, along with our amazing customer feedback, into developing each feature of CoolCare, ensuring that it can truly make a difference to care home managers every day.”

The Residential and Home Care Show was created with the care community to ensure the most pressing topics to the sector are tackled through practical sessions, high-profile speakers and inspirational panel debates. The show’s primary focus for 2023 is providing tips and solutions on addressing recruitment and retention in social care, while attendees can also gain a better understanding of what’s happening in the NHS, particularly with Integrated Care Systems (ICS) and how this impacts social care.

Fiona continued: “Staff wellbeing plays a huge part in retention. Finding ways to both streamline and reduce the workload across the team while also giving managers greater visibility of processes is a sure-fire way to reduce stress and keep teams feeling happier and more engaged in the workplace. That’s just one of the many benefits that CoolCare can offer so we’re looking forward to talking with care home managers at the show and making a tangible difference to more care businesses.”

For more information on CoolCare, visit or to register to attend Health Plus Care, visit