Innova Care Concepts is to host its own conference aimed at professionals working in case management and litigation just two months after it decided to branch out into that area of the market.
The Litigation Project Conference will be held at Wetherby Racecourse on 22nd May and registration is free for all private occupational therapists, case managers, solicitors and other professionals in the sector who are involved with new-builds and refurbishments of properties for disabled clients.
In January Innova announced it was branching out from providing equipment to hospitals and hospices and would work on case management and litigation projects. Having previously focused solely on multi-user environments, it is a first for Innova as it looks to supply and install its equipment in private homes.
Tristan Hulbert, the organiser of Innova’s Litigation Project Conference, said that the demand for work in case management has grown “significantly”, with solicitors and occupational therapists setting up practices solely for work in litigation.
“We’re holding the Litigation Project Conference to make sure that everyone who works in this industry is on the same page, and to make sure that we are putting forward the best solutions for our clients and their varying and complex needs.”
The conference will include talks from experts in case management throughout the UK. With discussions on practical, ethical, and clinical aspects of litigation work, the conference will aim to give delegates an extensive overview of the latest developments and practices.
Attendees will also be able to see and test some of the company’s latest mobility and patient handling equipment.
Innova’s CEO, Tom Hulbert, said: “The Litigation Project Conference is a hub for all things to do with case management. Innova has been finding and supplying innovative healthcare equipment for a decade, and in doing so, we’ve become specialists in finding subtle solutions that clients will comfortable using in their own homes.”
Having recently taken over all litigation work from its sister company, Yorkshire Care Equipment, in January, Innova has been working alongside solicitors, private occupational therapists, and case managers.