The Parliamentary Review has grown in size and influence each year since its first documents were produced under the guidance of former minister The Rt Hon David Curry. The Review's March publications continue to focus on organisations from multiple policy sectors that have shown a dedication to best practice, all the while sharing their stories with some of the most significant individuals across both the commercial and political spheres.
Most companies would like to say that their main differentiator is quality, but only a few companies can legitimately claim this as the case; Bluebird Care is among those select few. The company does, however, have a number of issues they'd like to raise at a political level, which are just a few of the topics that Managing Director Yvonne Hignell tells The Parliamentary Review about.
Theresa May and Professor Ted Baker, the Chief Inspector of Hospitals, appear alongside a small number of relevant individuals and organisations from the Care sector. Topics discussed in the Care Review include CMA's care homes market study, care home bed losses, wage pressures and tougher legal liability for corporate providers.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of The Parliamentary Review, David Curry, its chief editor has already said that organisation from across the country would be "well advised to keep an eye on representatives on this year's Review" promising one the most insightful documents to date.
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that "British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review."
Bluebird Care's Managing Director Yvonne Higell said "We are delighted to be involved in this year's Parliamentary Review and we hope our story is read widely."
Bluebird Care's article can be viewed here: