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Adult Specialist Care. 2nd Edition

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The latest update of LaingBuisson’s comprehensive study into specialist care services for adults. Published 21 December 2016. (307pp)

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To date, operators’ margins and profitability have not been adversely affected by austerity, but with fee uplifts being kept well below the expected impact of the National Living Wage, maintaining profitability will be challenging in the future .”
William Laing – Report author

 

The most fragmented market in UK healthcare

This report from LaingBuisson presents a picture of a fragmented market where the four leading providers account for only 7% (£700 million) of the £10 billion annual market size. The remainder is provided by a long tail of small to medium as well as micro enterprises which show remarkable resilience despite a challenging financial environment.

With the exception of acquired brain injury and substance misuse, where there is significant private funding, nearly all social care services for other working age adult client groups are paid for through public funds.

Challenges and opportunities within these markets are wide and varied. A public policy approach which favours personalisation and choice, and a move away from inappropriate residential care settings, on the surface drives interest in supported living and homecare solutions. However, as recent events have shown, the homecare market is losing operators at a rate of knots suggesting that an alternative solution may be required for a group of clients who have a range of medium to high-intensity long term social care needs and who can ultimately spend a large number of years requiring specialist support.

 

Exclusive LaingBuisson + Authoritative Commentary & Analysis On

      • Learning disabilities
      • Physical and sensory disabilities
      • Mental health needs
      • Memory and cognition disabilities
      • Acquired brain injury
      • Substance misuse

 

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      • Standard Package – Single-user Printed Hard Copy
      • Digital Package – Multi-user Digital PDF and Microsoft Excel files + Printed Hard Copy

 

Report Format

Executive Summary & Highlights

          • Scope
          • Market size
          • Business models
          • Sources of capital

Scope and High Level Segmentation

Market Size and Trends – all clients

          • Size by client and service type
          • Residential and non-residential settings
          • Prospects for future expansion
          • Market volume trends
          • Demographic factors

Market Size and Trends Segmented By Client Group

          • Learning disabilities – demands; size; values; volumes
          • Mental health – demands; size; values; volumes
          • Physical and sensory disabilities – demands; size; values; volumes
          • Acquired brain injury / neuro-rehabilitation – causes; demand; pathways; occupancy
          • Memory and cognition disabilities – demand; size; values
          • Substance misuse – demand; size; segmentation; trends

Market Environment

          • Key market characteristics – funding; polarisation; user profiles
          • Public sector commissioning
          • Supported living: threats and opportunities

Key Operational Performance Indicators

          • Prices
          • Occupancy rates
          • Costs

Government Policy

          • Policy continuity
          • Personalisation
          • Integration of health and care

Regulation and Quality Assurance

          • Regulation of social  services
          • Registerable entities
          • Quality measures and consumer information

Market Structure

          • Market concentration and leading  providers’ shares
          • For-profit and not-for-profit supply
          • Capacity turnover
          • Profile of care homes
          • Business models
          • Sources of capital
          • Barriers to entry
          • Market segmentation

Profitabilty and Enterprise Value

          • Profitability
          • Enterprise values and exit multiples
          • Profiles of major providers

Financial Appendix

          • Detailed analysis of the statutory accounts of major providers

 

 

Exclusive LaingBuisson Tables & Figures Include

          • bar graphsIllustration of broad market segments and client groups covered by this report
          • Value of working age adult social care market by client type, England 2015/2016
          • Value of working age adult social care market by service type, all client groups England 2015/2016
          • Share of WAASC spending absorbed by residential services by client type, England 2007/08 to 2015/16
          • Gross spending envelope for social care services for all client groups (including local authority overheads), England years ending March 2008 to 2017 (projected)
          • Value of services in residential settings by provider sector (statutory, for-profit and not-for-profit) and registration category (with or without nursing), all client types, England 2007/08 to 2015/16
          • Share of WAASC services outsourced to the independent sector by value, all client types, England 2008–2016
          • Service users in residential settings (occupied beds), England 1990–2016, all client groups
          • Service users in residential settings (occupied beds) and recipients of council funded non-residential services, England 2006–2016, all client groups
          • Population projection for people aged 18–64, United Kingdom 2012–2037
          • Value of working age adult social care market by service type, learning disabilities, England 2015/2016
          • Share of spending allocated to residential services, learning disabilities aged 18–64, England 2007/08 to 2015/16
          • Number of long term service users by commissioning type, learning disabilities aged 18–64, England 2014/2015
          • Gross spending envelope for social care services for learning disabilities (including local authority overheads), England 2007/08 to 2016/17 (projected)
          • Value of services in residential settings by provider sector (statutory, for-profit and not-for-profit) and registration category (with or without nursing), learning disabilities, England 2007/08 to 2015/16
          • Share of services outsourced to the independent sector by value, learning disabilities, England 2008–2016 Facilities of seven extra care schemes

Plus many more…

 

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Report Format

Multi-user Digital PDF + Printed Hard Copy, Single-user Printed Hard Copy