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  • Exploring the role of the NHS finance business partner
    Exploring the role of the NHS finance business partner
    Andrew Monahan HFMA, Clive Webb ACCA, Andrew Bone NHS Lothian & Karen Jarvill Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust Recorded: Jan 23 2020 60 mins
    Across the NHS, finance business partners play a key role in supporting the delivery of safe, effective and financially sustainable clinical services. They also have a critical role in supporting the decision-making of the clinicians and operational managers with whom they work.

    This webinar explores the key aspects of the role and the skills required to be a successful finance business partner.

    Our speakers will address:
    -Exactly what a finance business partner is
    -How it fits within an organisation
    -The common responsibilities and key relationships
    -The future direction of the role

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar please contact stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
  • IFRS 16 Leases – frequently asked questions
    IFRS 16 Leases – frequently asked questions
    Steven Wareing, DHSC & Debbie Paterson, HFMA Recorded: Nov 13 2019 70 mins
    This webinar will consider the questions raised by members about the application of IFRS 16 by NHS bodies.

    This webinar will provide an opportunity for NHS bodies to raise further questions and issues.

    The webinar will cover:
    •The latest guidance
    •Actions to be taken and timescales
    •Practical application issues

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar please contact stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
  • Harnessing the power of internal audit
    Harnessing the power of internal audit
    Elizabeth Sandwith, Chief Professional Practices Advisor, The Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors Recorded: Oct 31 2019 65 mins
    Cutting edge internal audit can help businesses deal with a wide variety of issues outside of the compliance arena – from data privacy and automation, to political uncertainty and reputation risk. Speaking on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, Liz will be hosting a webinar which outlines some of the challenges currently facing audit committees.

    She will draw upon international professional frameworks as well as the core principles of the IIA to seek to resolve some of the challenges and most importantly listeners will learn how to then assess the effectiveness of their internal audit function.

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please email stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
  • Portion control in the NHS – understanding CCG allocations
    Portion control in the NHS – understanding CCG allocations
    Stephen Lorrimer, Head of Analysis & Insight for Finance, NHS England & NHS Improvement Recorded: Oct 29 2019 56 mins
    When working out how to allocate the financial resources of the NHS across England, there are many factors that need to be considered. The CCG allocations formula attempts to address the wide variety of issues that might impact the cost of healthcare in a given area. In addition to considering levels of need across different conditions and the demographics of a population, the formula also takes other factors into account such as deprivation, mortality rate and even unemployment.

    NHS England and NHS Improvement are seeking views on where changes to the allocation formula should be prioritised. Recent changes have introduced a new rationale for the use of community services based on age profiles and have refreshed the mental health element of the formula to reflect improving diagnosis and changing need.

    •help you to understand the complexity of the allocation process
    •consider the challenges that the NHS faces when trying to allocate resources fairly and equitably.
    •give you the opportunity to contribute to how it may change over the next year or two
    •let you share your views on whether there are different cost drivers that should be considered

    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

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please email stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
  • Could GDS & GOV.UK Pay help my Trust?
    Could GDS & GOV.UK Pay help my Trust?
    Kirsty Armstrong, Engagement Lead, Government Digital Service Recorded: Oct 23 2019 32 mins
    This webinar will explain the role of the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the numerous ways in which the GDS can help NHS organisations. There will be a particular focus on GOV.UK Pay, the free and secure online payment service for government and public sector organisations.

    Kirsty Armstrong, engagement lead at GDS, will outline the ways in which NHS organisations can use GOV.UK Pay to collect monies owed to them, saving both time and money. The webinar will include a case study from an NHS trust which currently uses GOV.UK Pay.

    In this webinar you will learn:
    •what the GDS does
    •how the GDS can help NHS organisations
    •what GOV.UK Pay is
    •how GOV.UK Pay can deliver financial benefits and more efficient processes
    •how GOV.UK Pay is used by NHS organisations
  • A walk through the HFMA’s level 4 apprenticeship programme
    A walk through the HFMA’s level 4 apprenticeship programme
    Phil Kemp and Cathie Smith, HFMA Recorded: Oct 9 2019 41 mins
    Following on from the 'How HFMA can help your organisation utilise the apprenticeship levy' webinar in September, this webinar will provide a more detailed look at the HFMA's Level 4 Accountancy Apprenticeship. Cathie Smith and Phil Kemp will be discussing the structure of the programme, HFMA’s USPs, embedded qualification and the end-point assessment.

    This webinar will explore:
    - How is HFMA's programme structured?
    - Why sign up with HFMA's programme and what the benefits are?
    - What makes this programme different from other accounting programmes?
    - What support is offered by HFMA?
    - What is involved in the end-point assessment and who does it?
  • Director of Pricing and Costing update on national cost collection
    Director of Pricing and Costing update on national cost collection
    Chris Walters, Director of Pricing and Costing, NHS England and NHS Improvement and Claire Liddy, Alder Hey Children's Trust Recorded: Oct 7 2019 31 mins
    Chris Walters, NHS England and NHS Improvement Director of Pricing and Costing, will present an HFMA webinar to review the 2019 national cost collection, recognise concerns raised by costing practitioners through the Healthcare Costing for Value Institute and set out the progress made for the improvements planned for 2020. This webinar is open access to all, so please do share with colleagues and other NHS organisations. The content of this webinar is based on the briefing by the Healthcare Costing for Value Institute which can be found here https://www.hfma.org.uk/publications/details/national-cost-collection-views-of-institute-members-august-2019

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please email stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
  • How HFMA can help your organisation utilise the apprenticeship levy
    How HFMA can help your organisation utilise the apprenticeship levy
    Phil Kemp and Cathie Smith, HFMA Recorded: Sep 23 2019 33 mins
    Since the start of April 2017, organisations in the UK with a payroll over £3 million have been paying 0.5% of their payroll value into an apprenticeship levy. This money can only be spent on formal apprenticeship programmes with registered training and employer providers. There has been disappointment that the levy has not been able to be used to its full extent, so it is, at the moment, a cost pressure for organisations.

    This webinar will discuss the topic of apprenticeships and give delegates an understanding of how their organisation can best utilise the levy. The webinar will also introduce the HFMA's new healthcare-focused Level 4 Accountancy Apprenticeship. This webinar will cover:

    - What is the levy and how does it work?
    - Who is eligible?
    - What is the Level 4 Apprenticeship in Accounting?
    - What is the structure of the programme?
    - What is the time commitment?
    - What are the business benefits of the programme?
  • Using evidence-based interventions to improve clinical outcomes
    Using evidence-based interventions to improve clinical outcomes
    Dr. Amir Ghaferi, Blue Cross Blue Shield Michigan and James McGowan, Public Health England Recorded: Sep 11 2019 51 mins
    Healthcare is constantly evolving across the world as technology advances and our populations change. Although systems vary, the goal remains the same – to deliver the best possible outcomes at the lowest possible cost. In this webinar, we will hear from Dr Amir Ghaferi, Director of Michigan Bariatric Surgery Collaborative, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Michigan. Dr Ghaferi will introduce a new dashboard that collects clinical data on all patients undergoing bariatric surgery in Michigan. You will hear that by collecting this data, and comparing clinical practice, they were able to identify a commonly used process that caused more harm than good - the IVC filter placement. 1 year on, IVC filter use has decreased by 90%. It is estimated that an average of 433 Michigan residents are positively impacted by this initiative each year, as patients avoid a preventable procedure, spend less time in the hospital, and have a reduced risk of loss of life. This webinar will demonstrate how value-based healthcare can help us to deliver better care more sustainably.
  • IFRS 16 Leases – practical application
    IFRS 16 Leases – practical application
    Steven Wareing, DHSC & Debbie Paterson, HFMA Recorded: Jul 18 2019 69 mins
    This webinar will follow on from the webinar on 28 November. It will look at the updates to the public sector application guidance since then as well as the HM Treasury guidance on the impact of the standard on budgets. Finally, we will consider common issues identified by NHS bodies so far.

    The webinar will cover:
    •The latest application guidance
    •The impact on budgets – capital and revenue
    •Practical application issues

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