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  • 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, 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.
  • 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, 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.
  • 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.
  • This free webinar will summarise the results of the HFMA’s NHS Financial Temperature Check survey of Finance Directors and Chief Financial Officers in England, published in November 2015. You will hear from Paul Briddock, HFMA Director of Technical and Policy, about the financial outlook for the NHS in England, the views of finance directors from NHS organisations and what the HFMA thinks needs to happen to ensure the NHS can meet the financial challenges ahead
  • Continuing the successful series of webinars with the Visitor and Migrant NHS Cost Recovery Team, join us for another chance to talk to colleagues from the Department of Health, Monitor and NHS England about the financial incentives, billing mechanisms and NHS debtor’s scheme

    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.
  • 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 third of the 6 webinars is entitled “Active Listening and Powerful Questioning”. The fast-paced environment that today’s NHS finance professionals operate in means that we all expect things to happen now. Because of this, we often don’t take time to listen or question effectively. Strong questioning and listening skills are at the heart of coaching and mentoring and are key to mutual communication and understanding. Active listening is a way of listening and responding to another person that improves mutual understanding. It is listening beyond the words or ‘facts’ and focuses the attention on the speaker. The most effective questions are powerful and thought provoking, they can jump-start creativity, change our perspective, empower us to believe in ourselves, push us to think things through or call us to action.

    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, Executive Coach, HFMA and Claire Merrick, Coaching & Mentoring Services Manager, to find out more.
  • “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”
    - Albert Einstein

    We often hear that more heads are better than one, but how often do we really take notice of this advice and harness the wisdom of others to work with us to solve our problems?
    When collaboration isn’t working, you’ll see the signs……
    •Low levels of trust
    •Unhealthy conflict
    •Slow, clunky decision making
    •Feelings of unease, anxiety and frustration
    •Lots of mental energy needed to make things happen
    Sitting at the heart of collaboration is one person. It’s you. The solution to the collaboration conundrum lies with the individual and with the development of your individual skills as a collaborator.
    Our definition of collaboration is ‘when people come together with a purpose of achieving something in the best way they can, utilising the wisdom in the room’ and in our experience good collaboration can be a bedrock for solving the most vexing challenges and problems.

    In this one hour webinar……
    •you’ll uncover the individual behaviours that can help you to maximise every collaboration that you are part of.
    •you’ll learn a fresh new model for collaborative problem solving
    •you’ll discover some simple and practical approaches for collaborating with others and solving complex problems
    •we’ll answer some of your burning questions about collaboration and collective problem solving
  • The NHS Five Year Forward View requires £20bn - £30bn cost improvements by 2020. Patient care requires continuous improvements to keep pace with increasing expectations on services. This calls for Trusts to improve processes, while reducing actual delivery costs.

    Trusts need to understand the positive financial impact of an Outpatient Process Redesign. Winscribe’s healthcare process experts Chris Rodwell and Robin Kilner show how this can be achieved. The purpose of the redesign is to identify and write an action plan to reduce the costs of supporting outpatients by a minimum of £1m per annum for a small to medium trust. More for larger trusts.

    Cost savings can be made as a result of:-
    •Better document creation – getting it down to seconds per appointment for the clinician
    •Reducing costs of administration for discharge / clinic letter production – reductions of 50 – 60% possible
    •Improve document sharing (time taken) and document TAT – reduces admin further
    •Accuracy – right first time
    •Reduced cost per letter - reductions of 50 – 60% possible

    This webinar is to share this approach with NHS Finance Managers and Directors. We will examine actual case studies and show the savings that can be made, in the current financial year and over a 5 year plan. Winscribe’s healthcare process experts Chris Rodwell and Robin Kilner show how this can be achieved.

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