Care and cost: the future for the care-home sector

Healthcare has been top of the agenda globally over the last year. But as an industry sector it declined in 2020, as coronavirus took centre stage, pushing other health issues down the priority list. As the pandemic recedes, recovery is anticipated. But this may be trickier for some segments of the healthcare sector than others. Chris Newell, a managing director in our Restructuring & Insolvency team, looks at the care-home industry, as it seeks to reconcile the twin demands of care and cost, in what are its toughest circumstances to date.

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