LOTI’s Innovation in Social Care Survey
Calling all Social Care Innovators and Solution Providers
CC2i is pleased to be working with the London Office of Technology & Innovation (LOTI) on their Innovation in Social Care Survey.
The main aim of the survey is to collate up to date information on digital solutions and approaches within both Adult & Children’s Social Care for LOTI & London Boroughs to assess in 2022.
The survey specifically attempts to uncover new, innovative and potentially disruptive solutions in the Social Care space, and as such we are particularly keen to hear from SMEs and start-ups, as well as new and proven approaches from more long standing suppliers.
Having run the Social Care Digital Innovation Accelerator (SCDIA) on behalf of the Local Government Association and NHS Digital for the past two years, CC2i has a proven track record of engaging with social care innovators and bringing together council-led collaborations to innovate in the Social Care space.
Having made a callout to Adult Social Care suppliers 18 months ago for the SCDIA and received an incredible response, we are back to again ask for 30 minutes of your time to tell us what you have been developing, why and with whom. This time with a slightly wider scope to include digital solutions supporting Children’s services as well.
LOTI is keen to hear from innovators, to understand how solutions for both Adults & Children’s services have progressed over the past 18 months, not only in terms of new technology and digital capabilities, but also in light of the new and changing demands the pandemic has brought. Whilst we are focusing on organisations who have production ready solutions in the main, we are also keen to hear from teams who are at the conceptual, prototype or pilot stage.
With the incoming Health & Care Bill, the 2025 digital switchover, new integrated care system models and pressure on the social care system at an all time high, it feels like a pivotal moment to take stock of what has been developed to date – plus understand where there may be gaps – to better support social care services from the very start of 2022.