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  • Year-end reminders 2018/19
    Year-end reminders 2018/19
    John Farrar & Thomas Ball, Grant Thornton Recorded: Mar 28 2019 69 mins
    As finance teams prepare to finalise the 2018/19, this webinar highlights the key issues to be considered.

    The webinar will provide a high-level reminder of the key issues for this financial year, such as:
    •The new accounting standards IFRS 9 and 15, in particular, disclosure requirements
    •Key estimate and judgements
    •Asset valuations
    •Remuneration reports
    •Reliance on third party information
  • Finance team of the year – ‘finance the Leeds way’
    Finance team of the year – ‘finance the Leeds way’
    Simon Worthington, Director of Finance & Ben Roberts, Senior Finance Business Partner Recorded: Mar 12 2019 62 mins
    The finance team of the year from Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust will share the changes that they have made in the past year that have resulted in the trust moving from a deficit to making the largest surplus it has made in its 20-year history.

    The team will explore:
    •Their waste reduction programme
    •The importance of believable targets
    •Their new reporting arrangements
    •The development of patient costing information
    •Finance skills development
  • HFMA and FMLM online live panel sessions
    HFMA and FMLM online live panel sessions
    Caroline Clarke, Deputy CEO & Dr Jon Fistein, Senior Fellow Recorded: Jan 30 2019 120 mins
    The HFMA have collaborated with and the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) to bring our members a series of live streamed panel sessions. These sessions will focus on issues affecting the future of healthcare, highlighting areas where clinicians and finance staff can work together to improve patient outcomes. Areas of discussion will include value based healthcare, new technologies and innovation.

    First panel
    The first panel will be chaired by Caroline Clarke, Deputy CEO at The Royal Free London NHS FT. She will be joined by four doctors from different specialties from across healthcare.
    Panellists include:
    •FMLM Senior Fellow Dr Tony Berendt, Former Medical Director of Oxford University Hospitals
    •FMLM Senior Fellow Dr Jon Fistein, Chief Medical Officer at Private Healthcare Information Network and Leadership and Management Lead at the Cambridge University Clinical School and Associate Professor at the University of Leeds
    •Dr Clare Turnbull MD PhD MA MSc FRCP MFPH Professor of Medical Genomics | Clinical Lead for Cancer Genomics for 100,000 Genomes Project | Consultant in Clinical Genetics (Honorary) | Consultant in Public Health Medicine (Honorary)

    Second panel
    The second panel will be chaired by FMLM Senior Fellow Dr Jon Fistein who will be joined by four financial leaders from within the NHS.
    Panellists include:
    •Hardev Virdee, Director of Finance, Central & North West London NHS FT
    •Jazz Thind, Director of Finance, Oxleas NHS FT
    •Mark Orchard, Director of Finance, Poole Hospital NHS FT
  • Driving down the costs of clinical correspondence
    Driving down the costs of clinical correspondence
    Paul Altmann, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust Recorded: Jan 23 2019 51 mins
    Trusts are spending millions of pounds each year on clinical correspondence. It’s also a burden for clinicians who can spend up to 50% of their day reviewing and updating the patient record and clinic letters. But, this is an area where Trusts can realise year on year cost savings with the investments in speech recognition solutions.

    Hear how Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have got control of clinical documentation costs and are driving them down. Learn too how they’re making their clinicians happy by freeing them from the burden of admin to focus on patients.

    The webinar will cover:
    •OUH clinical documentation challenges
    •Digitising the patient record and investments in speech recognition
    •Building the business case
    •Realising the savings

    To ensure that we can keep funding HFMA events, we often involve third party organisations and may share your forename, surname, job title and organisation on request. For further information please review our privacy policy. www.hfma.org.uk/privacy-policy
  • HFMA and FMLM online live panel sessions
    HFMA and FMLM online live panel sessions
    Caroline Clarke, Deputy CEO & Dr Jon Fistein, Senior Fellow Recorded: Jan 21 2019 121 mins
    The HFMA have collaborated with and the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) to bring our members a series of live streamed panel sessions. These sessions will focus on issues affecting the future of healthcare, highlighting areas where clinicians and finance staff can work together to improve patient outcomes. Areas of discussion will include value based healthcare, new technologies and innovation.

    First panel
    The first panel will be chaired by Caroline Clarke, Deputy CEO at The Royal Free London NHS FT. She will be joined by four doctors from different specialties from across healthcare.
    Panellists include:
    •FMLM Senior Fellow Dr Tony Berendt, Former Medical Director of Oxford University Hospitals
    •FMLM Senior Fellow Dr Jon Fistein, Chief Medical Officer at Private Healthcare Information Network and Leadership and Management Lead at the Cambridge University Clinical School and Associate Professor at the University of Leeds
    •Dr Clare Turnbull MD PhD MA MSc FRCP MFPH Professor of Medical Genomics | Clinical Lead for Cancer Genomics for 100,000 Genomes Project | Consultant in Clinical Genetics (Honorary) | Consultant in Public Health Medicine (Honorary)

    Second panel
    The second panel will be chaired by FMLM Senior Fellow Dr Jon Fistein who will be joined by four financial leaders from within the NHS.
    Panellists include:
    •Hardev Virdee, Director of Finance, Central & North West London NHS FT
    •Jazz Thind, Director of Finance, Oxleas NHS FT
    •Mark Orchard, Director of Finance, Poole Hospital NHS FT
  • Making tax digital
    Making tax digital
    Josh Reardon, NHS Shared Business Services & Claire Williams, HMRC Recorded: Dec 11 2018 48 mins
    As of 1 April 2019 the majority of VAT registered businesses will be required to keep digital VAT records and send their returns to HMRC using making tax digital (MTD) compatible software. Very recently, it was announced that NHS bodies, along with other not for profit organisations, would not have to comply with the new requirements until 1 October 2019. This is because they have to provide additional information on their VAT return. The pilot for the deferred businesses to test the MTD will open in Spring 2019, it has just been launched for those implementing the changes in April.

    This webinar will cover:
    •The background to the making tax digital initiative
    •How making tax digital will affect NHS bodies
    •What action needs to be taken and by when
    •What lessons have been learned from the implementation of the initiative so far

    To ensure that we can keep funding HFMA events, we often involve third party organisations and may share your forename, surname, job title and organisation on request. For further information please review our privacy policy. www.hfma.org.uk/privacy-policy
  • IFRS 16 leases
    IFRS 16 leases
    Debbie Paterson, Policy & Technical Manager, HFMA Recorded: Nov 28 2018 63 mins
    IFRS 16 is expected to be applicable from 2019/20. This webinar will consider what the standard says, what we know so far about how it will be applied in the NHS and what this means for NHS bodies.

    The webinar will cover:
    - A high-level summary of the requirements of IFRS 16
    - Consideration of how the standard is expected to impact on NHS bodies
    - A review of what we know so far about the adaptation of the standard for public sector purposes
    - Discussion of NHS specific issues identified so far
  • Time to Step Up
    Time to Step Up
    Bev Holden and Kate Hargreaves, The Clear Thinking Partnership Recorded: Jun 30 2016 65 mins
    “It has been my observation that most people get ahead in the time that others waste.” Henry Ford

    'Stepping out from behind the spreadsheet' means focusing less on doing, and more on being a leader within your specialism. Developing good habits, utilising the resources around you and slowing down to look into the future are key to success in this area. In this webinar we will explore …..

    • How our quest for getting things done is setting us up to fail
    • Creating more time just by establishing our real priorities
    • The value that comes from spending more time just thinking
    • How making one good decision every a day can be a powerful success strategy
    • Adjusting our mind-set to see value in quality and not quantity

    These webinars are designed to stimulate your thinking and to pique your curiosity. We’re not in the business of telling you what to do, but we do want to help you access your own innate wisdom and apply it to find new solutions to your work challenges.

    By taking a short break from your work to join us, you’ll give yourself the chance to consider how you can stop using volume of ‘stuff done’ as a measure of success and look at how you add most value by making good choices that give you the time you need to ‘step up.’

    Join Bev Holden & Kate Hargreaves from The Clear Thinking Partnership and find out more.
  • Bolton NHS Foundation Trust - Working Day One Reporting, Adding the Value
    Bolton NHS Foundation Trust - Working Day One Reporting, Adding the Value
    Ben Roberts, James Coleman, and Catherine Hulme Recorded: Jun 27 2016 66 mins
    Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has been delivering Working Day One Reporting since October 2013. It took eight weeks from conception to delivery of the project with huge benefits. Working Day One Reporting has enabled the finance team and the organisation to take huge strides forward in it is culture and performance.

    The team has been delivering sessions on Working Day One Reporting all over the country at various events and visits. The focus of the sessions isn't just about the mechanics of delivering Working Day One Reporting, but also team work and developing a performance culture within a team.

    The webinar is not just aimed at teams involved in reporting, but anyone who wants to develop their teams and build a "can do" culture.

    Presented by:

    Ben Roberts - head of PbR & income
    James Coleman - finance business partner acute adult
    Catherine Hulme - head of financial services
  • Creating value for your organisation
    Creating value for your organisation
    Bev Holden and Kate Hargreaves, The Clear Thinking Partnership Recorded: Jun 24 2016 62 mins
    “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value” Albert Einstein

    You bring a unique combination of skills, knowledge and experience to the work that you do, and then you combine this with people across the organisation with the aim of making amazing things happen. In this webinar we’ll explore this and more……

    • The personal benefits that come from knowing your strengths and focusing on them
    • What you stand for and how knowing this can help you to create value for your organisation
    • Being brave; stepping up, and stepping out, from the crowd
    • How to create the best possible conditions for you to thrive at work, optimise the value you create and make a big difference through your work.

    These webinars are designed to engage your thinking and to pique your curiosity. We’re not in the business of telling you what to do, but we will share with you some ideas for how you can tap into your own innate wisdom and apply it to your situation. By taking a short break from your work to join us, you’ll be investing time in your most important resource, you! And you’ll leave the webinar knowing a little more about how you add value through your work.

    Join Bev Holden & Kate Hargreaves from The Clear Thinking Partnership and find out more.

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