Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) becomes Care Innovation Hub’s latest Founding Partner with technological expertise. QCS joins CIH’s group of Founding Partners coming together to drive innovation and creativity for transformation in care. These include Home Instead, Hallmark Care Homes, Walden Care and WCS Care.
QCS provide regulatory compliance, quality assurance & care management for Dental Practices, GP Surgeries & Care Providers. With instant updates and an easy-to-use online interface, QCS provides fast access to up-to-date policies and procedures.
Mat Whittingham, CEO of QCS said: “We are delighted to be supporting this exciting and innovative new initiative. Everyone working in the care sector wants to provide outstanding care. With the fresh new thinking created by the care innovation hub, I believe that we can find new tools to help every care service fulfil that ambition”
The Challenge, from 5th – 7th July invites an array of talented entrepreneurs from across industries to unite and collaborate with CIH’s Founding Partners to establish long-term solutions to the care sector’s biggest issues.
Mat continued: “We are delighted to be supporting the Care Innovation Hub and their mission to bring fresh new thinking and problem solving to the care sector.”
Navin Mayani, CEO of CIH commented: “QCS come with a specific skillset that can support entrepreneurs from tech backgrounds to think critically about their idea and how it can apply to care.”
Apetito, the leading food producer for the health and social care sector, join CIH as Supporters who will provide catering for the hackathon weekend. They will invite entrepreneurs on a culinary journey to emphasise the importance of delivering a high-quality service for the care sector.
Lisa Delaney, National Sales Manager commented: “We are delighted to be supporting this fantastic initiative. Everyone involved in the care sector strives to improve service, and an event such as this will help do that. It will foster a bank of ideas and innovations that will help the care sector provide the very best service to some of the most vulnerable people in society.”
The Care Innovation Challenge will be taking place in London at one of Barclays 24 Eagle Labs across the UK that are co-working, collaboration and innovation spaces.
As the Venue sponsor they are proud to host the Challenge over the weekend and with their experience of incubating high-growth start-ups, they are looking forward to seeing the innovation aimed at supporting the UKs ageing population that comes out of the Challenge.
The grand final will be held in the Department of Health and Social Care on Wednesday 14th August.