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  • Update on Primary Care Network Development – NHS England and NHS Improvement
    Update on Primary Care Network Development – NHS England and NHS Improvement
    Ned Naylor, Dr Karen Kirkham and Robert Kettell, NHS England & NHS Improvement Recorded: Mar 17 2020 60 mins
    This webinar will discuss the development and implementation of primary care networks (PCNs) and their role in system working. The speakers will consider how PCNs can support system transformation and integrated working, using practical examples as well as looking at policy.

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please email stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk

    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
  • Driving workforce savings - staff bank best practice
    Driving workforce savings - staff bank best practice
    Jonathan Wood, DoF, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with Litmus Workforce Solutions Recorded: Mar 5 2020 52 mins
    This webinar will share the secret to squeezing maximum savings out of staff banks. Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has realised ongoing staffing savings by attracting new bank workers, leveraging bespoke app-based technology, implementing firm rate control, optimising workforce utilisation and maximising direct engagement efficiency.

    This webinar will cover:
    •How Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been able to reduce agency costs and introduce greater control around the use of medical locums
    •How data and business intelligence can facilitate improved utilisation of resources and accountability of labour costs
    •How to mitigate compliance risks by integrating direct engagement efficiency into your staff bank model

    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
  • The next step - how to use PLICS to benefit your trust
    The next step - how to use PLICS to benefit your trust
    Scott Hodgson, Jason Dean and Helen Franklin Recorded: Mar 4 2020 62 mins
    This webinar will focus on how to go from generating PLICS data annually for the National Costing Collection, to reporting PLICS quarterly / monthly - and the benefits. We will hear from three different trusts on how they’ve improved and are benefitting from the use of PLICS data for business intelligence and decision-making within the trust and local health economy. Webinar viewers should come away with inspiration and some clear examples which they can look to apply to their own work in this area.

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar please contact stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
  • 2019/20 year end issues - an auditor's perspective
    2019/20 year end issues - an auditor's perspective
    John Farrar and Thomas Ball, Grant Thornton Recorded: Mar 3 2020 48 mins
    This webinar will summarise the key issues that need to be considered when preparing the year-end accounts.

    Our speakers will consider the following issues:
    •Changes to reporting requirements
    •Accounting for employer pension contributions
    •IFRS 16 disclosures
    •Other areas of risk that auditors are considering

    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
  • System wide medicines optimisation framework
    System wide medicines optimisation framework
    Helen Poulter-Clark, Cheshire & Merseyside Health & Care Partnership & Chris Harrop & Sarah Houghton both from MIAA Recorded: Feb 26 2020 43 mins
    The team from Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership in partnership with Mersey Internal Audit Agency won the 2019 HFMA Value and Innovation award. They will share some details about their pioneering medicines optimisation programme which has not only delivered multi-million pound savings, but also improved safety and patient experience.

    The webinar will consider:
    •the role of clinicians
    •system wide working
    •the benefits for patients

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please email stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk

    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
  • Reducing variation, quality improvement & bringing finance & clinicians together
    Reducing variation, quality improvement & bringing finance & clinicians together
    Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director and Professor Matthew Cripps, NHS England/NHS Improvement Recorded: Feb 21 2020 62 mins
    Reducing variation, quality improvement and how the finance community can work with clinicians.

    Previously the Medical Director at the Royal Free London for 12 years before being appointed to this national role, Professor Powis will explore how the finance community can work with clinicians drawing upon his own experience within a trust. He will further delve into some of the initiatives that he is now overseeing nationally to reduce variation and drive quality improvement across the NHS.

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar please email Stephanie.Zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
  • Transforming clinical coding at North Bristol NHS Trust
    Transforming clinical coding at North Bristol NHS Trust
    David Hale, Zara Lees, Nicola Long & Adam Williams Recorded: Feb 20 2020 64 mins
    There is wide recognition of the importance of clinical coding in the NHS and the key role it plays in the delivery of high-quality sustainable healthcare. The data generated is used for a variety of purposes including clinical audit, benchmarking, and health services planning. Patient-level costing (PLICS), Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT) and the Model Hospital all rely on the accuracy of clinical coding for the provision of robust data.

    In November 2017 North Bristol NHS Trust’s clinical coding department achieved a critical internal audit report, with recommendations which were combined to form a departmental strategy for the 2018/19 financial year. The strategy addressed internal process review, audit and benchmarking, clinical engagement, data analytics and resource management. The aim was to start the transformation of the function from good to great.

    This webinar will detail their story from inception through to execution, grounded in their Trust OneNBT Digital Vision.

    •how the Trust significantly improved clinical coding in three pilot specialties
    •how the Trust is standardising its improvement methodology, with the support of their technology partners 3M with the aim of becoming a national exemplar
    •how coding has improved specifically in neurology

    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
  • How to maximise apprenticeships for your organisation
    How to maximise apprenticeships for your organisation
    Steve Horler, Apprenticeship Manager & Libby Crutchley, Apprenticeship Development Executive, HFMA Recorded: Feb 4 2020 21 mins
    As part of National Apprenticeship Week take this opportunity to find out more about HFMA’s latest Apprenticeship offering. HFMA recently launched its Accountancy Level 3 and 4 Apprenticeship programme and will be expanding this to offer Management, Business Administration and more over the coming months. To hear how you can maximise this opportunity join this Webinar.

    In this webinar we will cover:
    -What are HFMA’s latest Apprenticeship products
    -How to maximise your Apprenticeship Levy to train and develop your staff?
    -What are the benefits of Apprenticeships?
    -Who can benefit from Apprenticeships?

    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar please email stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk

    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
  • 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

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