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  • The RightCare Approach The RightCare Approach Matthew Cripps, national director, NHS RightCare, NHS England and Tim Savage, regional finance director for NHS England in t Recorded: May 24 2016 60 mins
    The RightCare programme, which has been around for some years in evolving form, is a largely hidden treasure whose time appears to have come” Paul Baumann

    This RightCare Approach to Population Healthcare improvement and financial sustainability webinar will answer the following questions:

    What is the RightCare programme and what can it help deliver?
    How does it link to Commissioning for Value?
    What has it achieved and why should we want it?
    How will it be rolled out across the system?
    How can you take part?

    The session will finish with NHS RightCare’s “Ten questions to make your CFO sweat.

    This webinar will be presented by Professor Matthew Cripps and Tim Savage.

    Matthew Cripps, National Director, NHS RightCare, NHS England:

    Professor Matthew Cripps BA MA CPFA is national director of NHS RightCare, a part of NHS England that focusses on population healthcare improvement and helping the wider health service to identify and use techniques, tools and methodologies to increase value in healthcare.

    Tim Savage, regional finance director for NHS England in the North:

    Tim has worked in the NHS for 24 years, the last 15 as finance director in a range of organisations covering both urban and rural settings, turnaround and organisations with substantial development strategies.

    For the last 3 years, Tim has undertaken the role of regional finance director for NHS England in the North, working with the local and central teams and partner agencies.
  • Toolkit for Collaborative Teamwork: overview and discussion Toolkit for Collaborative Teamwork: overview and discussion Dr Sanjay Agrawal, Future-Focused Finance, and Professor Michael West, Head of Thought Leadership, The King’s Fund Recorded: Mar 15 2016 60 mins
    Please join us for this webinar introducing Crossing Professional Boundaries: a toolkit for collaborative teamwork, developed by The King’s Fund with Future-Focused Finance.

    The toolkit is a seven-step process to enable cross-functional teams to reflect on how they work together. Piloted across the NHS, an independent evaluation by CIPFA demonstrated an improvement in teamwork between clinical and finance teams, and consequently better outcomes for patients.

    The toolkit for collaborative teamwork:
    • Explains why you should take time out as a team, and how this improves teamwork and patient care
    • Gives you a step by step guide on what to do
    • Offers tools and resources to make it straightforward – and fun
    • Is completely adaptable to suit you and your organisation

    This webinar will give an overview of the toolkit, and also give you the opportunity to ask questions on both the theory behind it and the experience of those who have used it.

    Professor Michael West of The King’s Fund has spent much of his recent career considering cross-boundary teamwork, particularly in the NHS, and is the driving force behind the toolkit.

    Dr Sanjay Agrawal, a Consultant at University of Leicester Hospitals, is the lead for Close Partnering for Future-Focused Finance.
  • Future-Focused Finance - Supporting Coaching and Mentoring in Your Organisation Future-Focused Finance - Supporting Coaching and Mentoring in Your Organisation Jonathan Bowyer and Claire Merrick Recorded: Feb 25 2016 65 mins
    Future-Focused Finance, through its Great Place to Work action area, aims to enable individuals and teams to develop themselves to have rewarding and enjoyable careers in the NHS. Coaching & Mentoring are integral parts of this action area: the work stream aims to develop potential at all levels of the finance function. We have developed a series of six free webinars that seeks to give participants the skills to develop effective Coaching & Mentoring relationships and skills as both coach/coachee and mentor/mentee.

    The final webinar in our series of 6 is entitled “Supporting Coaching and Mentoring in Healthcare Finance Teams”. Coaching and mentoring occur in teams and organisations in three forms: external provision; internal provision and manager as coach. How do we create the environment, structure and processes to maximise the benefits of coaching and mentoring? How can we evaluate coaching and mentoring and continuously improve the coaching and mentoring services that we offer to our staff? Whether you’re new to Coaching & Mentoring, or looking to refresh your existing skills, join Sotiris Kyriacou, Future-Focused Finance, Great Place to Work Workstream Lead for Coaching and Mentoring, Jonathan Bowyer (HFMA, Executive Coach) and Claire Merrick (HFMA, Coaching & Mentoring Services Manager) to find out more.
  • Technical Accounting Update, February 2016 Technical Accounting Update, February 2016 Debbie Paterson, Technical Editor, HFMA Recorded: Feb 24 2016 60 mins
    As we reach the end of a difficult financial year, it is important to understand the significant financial reporting issues for 2015/16 and future reporting periods.

    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

    Debbie works for the HFMA as a technical editor. This means she provides support to the HFMA’s Accounting and Standards Committee, FT Technical Issues Group, the Prescribed Specialised Services Commissioning Group and the newly formed Care without Carbon Special Interest Group . She is also involved with writing and reviewing HFMA’s publications as well as updating and developing e-learning modules.

    Before working for the HFMA, Debbie worked for over 20 years for PwC, mostly as a technical expert providing accounting and auditing support to auditors and NHS bodies. During that time, she helped develop the NHS foundation trust ARM and worked with the DH on IFRS conversion.

    The webinar will cover the following topics:
    •New HM Treasury FReM requirements
    •Changes to the sector specific manuals for 2015/16
    •The charities SORP
    •Hot topics for 2015/16
    •Future reporting changes
  • Integrated Personal Commissioning Integrated Personal Commissioning Sarah Day, South West IPC Deputy Programme Director (Finance), NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit Recorded: Feb 18 2016 60 mins
    Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) forms part of the NHS Five Year Forward View and is a joint initiative with the Local Government Association, ADASS and Think Local, Act Personal.

    IPC aims to give people with complex needs, more choice and control over their care; giving a better quality of life, fewer crises and an enhanced quality of life. This will entail a shift in control of resources with the option of a personal budget covering an agreed range of services spanning health, social care and education where applicable.

    IPC builds upon the work done within Personal Health Budgets, Personal Budgets for Social Care and the SEND reforms to develop a more coherent and wider ranging offer for the following groups:
    •Children and young people with complex needs
    •People with long term conditions who have complex needs
    •People with learning disabilities with high support needs
    •People with significant mental health problems.

    IPC also links with, and supports, work on the Better Care Fund, expanding Personal Health Budgets, New Models of Care, Transforming Care and many other systems change programmes.

    The webinar will give an overview of what IPC is and how it fits with current organisational and national priorities.

    Topics covered will include:
    •What is Integrated Personal Commissioning?
    •How IPC fits within the commissioning framework
    •The link with the 2016/17 Planning Guidance
    •Challenges for Finance and Commissioning
    - Process requirements
    - Audit
    - Finding the funding
    - New contracting models
  • Visitor & Migrant NHS Cost Recovery Programme–consultation on extending charging Visitor & Migrant NHS Cost Recovery Programme–consultation on extending charging Department of Health, Speakers TBC Recorded: Jan 27 2016 60 mins
    Everyone has access to the NHS. But in order for it to be affordable everyone must make a fair contribution. Overseas visitors and migrants are already charged for the cost of any healthcare they receive in hospital. It is fair that people who are in this country for a short time should meet the costs of all NHS healthcare they receive. The Department of Health is currently seeking your views on how best to achieve this and has launched a public consultation Making a Fair Contribution.

    Sign up for the webinar to hear about the proposals and put your questions to the Cost Recovery Programme team at the Department of Health

    Please visit www.gov.uk/dh/nhscostrecovery to respond to the public consultation. The consultation will run for 13 weeks from Monday 7th December to Monday 7th March. Follow us on Twitter @NHScostrecovery #costrecoveryconsultation
  • Future-Focused Finance - Creative Thinking, Ideas Generation and Problem Solving Future-Focused Finance - Creative Thinking, Ideas Generation and Problem Solving Jonathan Bowyer and Claire Merrick Recorded: Jan 13 2016 68 mins
    Future-Focused Finance, through its Great Place to Work action area, aims to enable individuals and teams to develop themselves to have rewarding and enjoyable careers in the NHS. Coaching & Mentoring are integral parts of this action area: the work stream aims to develop potential at all levels of the finance function. We have developed a series of six free webinars that seeks to give participants the skills to develop effective Coaching & Mentoring relationships and skills as both coach/coachee and mentor/mentee.

    The fifth of the 6 webinars is entitled “Creative Thinking, Ideas Generation and Problem Solving”. Creative thinking, ideas generation and problem solving helps us to approach a problem or challenge in an imaginative and innovative way. We may be looking to increase the quantity of fresh ideas, develop a fresh or opposite perspective or reduce complexity by breaking something into smaller parts. When finance professionals working in NHS health organisations are being asked to facilitate and lead change, developing these skills in coaching and mentoring conversations can support transformation. Whether you’re new to Coaching & Mentoring, or looking to refresh your existing skills, join Sam Sherrington (Future-Focused Finance, Head of Stakeholder and Cultural Transformation), Jonathan Bowyer (HFMA, Executive Coach) and Claire Merrick (HFMA, Coaching & Mentoring Services Manager) to find out more.
  • VAT Recovery using new COS Guidance and Option to tax awareness VAT Recovery using new COS Guidance and Option to tax awareness Claire Rennison, VAT Manager, Liaison Recorded: Dec 17 2015 57 mins
    This webinar covers divisional registration and the VAT liabilities of some of the most common areas of income within the NHS, it also gives a step by step guide on how to complete a VAT return and discusses the consequences of making mistakes whilst completing this form.
  • Future-Focused Finance - Establishing and Building Rapport Future-Focused Finance - Establishing and Building Rapport Jonathan Bowyer and Claire Merrick Recorded: Dec 15 2015 60 mins
    Future-Focused Finance, through its Great Place to Work action area, aims to enable individuals and teams to develop themselves to have rewarding and enjoyable careers in the NHS. Coaching & Mentoring are integral parts of this action area: the work stream aims to develop potential at all levels of the finance function. We have developed a series of six free webinars that seeks to give participants the skills to develop effective Coaching & Mentoring relationships and skills as both coach/coachee and mentor/mentee.



    The fourth of 6 webinars is entitled “Establishing and Building Rapport”. Building rapport has been defined as building “a close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other's feelings or ideas and communicate well.” Rapport is the essential foundation for effective coaching and mentoring relationships and developing rapport building skills can support us to achieve faster, better results with our clients. Whether you’re new to Coaching & Mentoring, or looking to refresh your existing skills, join David Ellcock (Future-Focused Finance, Great Place to Work Workstream Programme Director for Coaching and Mentoring), Jonathan Bowyer (HFMA, Executive Coach) and Claire Merrick (HFMA, Coaching & Mentoring Services Manager) to find out more.
  • Income within the NHS incorporating the completion of VAT returns Income within the NHS incorporating the completion of VAT returns Kenny Lee, Head of Tax Services Recorded: Dec 3 2015 77 mins
    This webinar discusses the most recent update of the COS guidance and also includes information on opting to tax property and the points to consider when making that decision.

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