Future Care Capital (FCC) are committed to helping other organisations to innovate and deliver improved outcomes for their workforce and the people they ultimately serve.

Individuals and bespoke teams are available to work with organisations who would welcome input from FCC’s experts to:

  • Conduct relevant research;
  • develop/co-manage innovative pilot projects within the health and care sector;
  • provide hands-on project management;
  • design and deliver learning programmes; and
  • facilitate applicable events.

The charity’s staff and expert associates benefit from a wealth of experience. They have operated at senior levels within the public, private and third sectors to deliver:

  • Legislative change and policy development;
  • business case development and cost-benefit analysis;
  • strategy development;
  • programme design and implementation;
  • system reviews and change management;
  • business transformation and service engineering;
  • agile pilot development and project management;
  • formative, summative and developmental evaluation;
  • impact measurement;
  • crisis communications and general media management;
  • branding, marketing and digital communications; and
  • public affairs management.

For further information about the team, or to discuss a specific brief, please contact: [email protected]


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New Chief Executive appointed
19th Mar 2018

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Securing the future
19th Sep 2017

A new settlement for health and care or ‘Care Covenant’, underpinned by Future Care Guarantees, will…

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Are the Government’s guiding principles for better...
25th Apr 2018

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Our Deputy Chief Executive looks at the Government’s guiding principles for better social care in his latest blog. Although the seven principles offer a blueprint to map how the Government's forthcoming social care consultation will be structured, the test will be whether these principles stack up as a good way to help deliver meaningful long-term solutions. Read more here:

Interesting article by writing for . He suggests that a form of social insurance or an auto-enrolment model that begins in our 40s could offer a way of pooling risk and a source to meet costs. Is this a sustainable route to fund care?

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