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The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the representative body for finance staff in the NHS. Through the 13-strong branch network and committee/special interest groups, HFMA sets and promotes the highest professional standards in financial management and corporate governance in healthcare as well as contributing towards shaping healthcare finance policy.

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The NHS Cost Recovery from overseas visitors and migrants who use the NHS, Q&A The NHS Cost Recovery Team is returning to answer your questions!

The recent very popular webinar, presented by Sir Keith Pearson, The Government’s Independent NHS Adviser for the Cost Recovery Programme, dispelled some of the myths about the programme, addressed the financial benefits of the incentives and advised trusts and commissioners on what they have to do.

Due to time constraints there were many questions unanswered. The NHS Cost Recovery Team is now back to answer some of these outstanding questions from this earlier webinar and any further questions that you may have. They will also provide an update about the changes to the charging regulations.

Speakers: Kate Dixon, Louise Norton-Smith and Craig Keenan, NHS Cost Recovery Team
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Mar 2 2015 11:30 am
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  • As the financial year end approaches, this webinar will consider topical financial reporting issues for 2014/15 and beyond.
    This FREE webinar will provide an understanding of reporting issues that may impact on the NHS and is relevant for all finance staff who want to consolidate, update or refresh their existing knowledge.
    Presented by Debbie Paterson, Technical Editor, HFMA
  • Whether you are in a leadership role or part of the team, this tutorial will give you a step by step guide to the change management process.

    This webinar will be particularly relevant to managers who are managing people in a changing environment often reducing staffing and/or costs but also with an effort to improve performance.

    It will focus on the people aspect of achieving change and how as a manager, change can be achieved with less anxiety and resistance and increased successful implementation.
  • The NHS Cost Recovery Team is leading work to improve systems for identifying and charging overseas visitors and migrants who use the NHS. This programme of work, though led by the Department, is being co produced with delivery partners in NHS England and the wider NHS, the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), the Home Office and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
    We aim to support and reinforce the principle of fairness by ensuring that everyone who can should contribute to the cost of the NHS.

    To support the recovery of costs from chargeable non-EEA visitors and migrants (i.e. patients who are charged directly) we will be introducing a new mechanism in April 2015 (subject to Parliament). It will share the risk of unpaid debt to provide a direct financial incentive to encourage trusts to invest in identification and cost recovery processes. This will deliver a major step change in behaviour and process.
  • Following on from the HFMA’s Mental Health Faculty Forum in November which focused on approaches for achieving financially and clinically sustainable services, we are delighted to announce this upcoming seminar which will continue the theme.

    This webinar will focus on the journey of the project, the key lessons learnt and the considerable achievements to date including

    • Partnership working: increased the scope and levels of sophistication of partnership working between people with lived experience and professional staff, increasing understanding of the importance of expertise by experience

    • Hidden Talents: for statutory staff within NHS Dorset who have lived experience and are involved in challenging stigma and looking at how people can use their experiences within their work

    • Lived experience mentors for psychiatrists: a pilot project where people who have accessed the service are coaching psychiatrists on how to work in more recovery orientated ways

    • Peer Specialists: continuing to develop peer specialist posts (people with lived experience working in NHS teams modelling recovery)

    • Recovery Education Centre (REC): offers co-produced and co-delivered sessions focusing on how to manage your own or support someone else's recovery. The REC has over 1600 students and has recorded impressive feedback

    • Personal Health Budget (PHB): the WaRP in partnership with the CCG are an NHS England demonstrator site exploring how PHBs can reduce inpatient admissions and improve personalisation of services.

    Presented by Sarah Rose, Operations Manager at Dorset Mental Health Forum, Phil Morgan, Lead for Recovery and Social Inclusion, Mental Health Directorate & Sarah Wright, Associate Director of Finance from Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust
  • This webinar is aimed for NHS finance professionals and will provide an overview of strategic and operational planning for 2015/16 and beyond. This webinar will be an hour long and will consist of a concise presentation followed by a question and answer session, which will allow you to post questions to the presenter.
  • This free webinar will summarise the results of the HFMA's NHS Financial Temperature Check survey of UK finance directors and chief financial officers, published on December. You will hear from Paul Briddock, HFMA Director of Technical and Policy, about the financial outlook for the NHS, the views of finance directors from 191 NHS organisations and what the HFMA thinks needs to happen to ensure the NHS can meet the financial challenges ahead.
  • This session will cover integration federations, alliance contracting and accountable lead provider contracts and also address how to incentivise performance including outcome based payments. It will explain the key features of the models and explore their pros and cons, as well as looking at decision making and whether there is a need to carry out a procurement process.
  • This FREE webinar will address the key issues that all finance staff will need to consider during these challenging times in the NHS. It is vital to be prepared, both personally and professionally even if you are not currently directly affected by change; it is important to keep up to date with these changing times and be one step ahead. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and understand more about the NHS reforms and its current context.
    We are delighted to announce that Jennifer Howells, Regional Finance Director (South), NHS England will lead this session giving you an overview and national perspective of the current key issues and priorities across the NHS.
    This Webinar will be an hour long and will consist of the presentation followed by a question and answer session, which will allow you to pose your questions to the Jennifer.
  • This FREE webinar will cover Mergers & Acquisitions in the NHS, including development of the business case, the regulatory process, lessons learned from recent transactions and what this means for how finance staff should prepare. With the NHS 5 year forward view signalling support for “a small number of radical new care delivery options”, many of which may require a change in organisational form to deliver, it is vital to be prepared even if you are not currently directly involved in a transaction. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and understand more about M&A in the current context.

    We are delighted to announce that Catherine Skilton and Simon Wormald, both Directors from Deloitte’s NHS transactions team, will lead this session giving you a clear picture based on their experience of M&A in the NHS.

    This Webinar will be an hour long and will consist of the presentation followed by a question and answer session, which will allow you to pose your questions to the facilitators.
  • This session will give the opportunity to hear how Kent and Medway Partnership Trust are using PLICS. This will include the issues and possible solutions to date together with some practical examples and top tips on implementing PLICS.

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