Hugh Groves, Finance lead, NHS Personalised Care & Jitesh Sudera, Senior Finance Manager, NHS England and Improvement
In 2019 the NHS launched its Universal Model of Personalised Care and at the same time it became one of the 5 key aims or themes of the NHS Plan. This session will set out the key concepts and components of the model, eg Social Prescribing, Personal Health Budgets and give example of how patients lives have been improved and transformed and how the use of resources have also been improved. Future opportunities for improvements in quality, outcomes and finances will also be explored.
Dr Kevin Fernando, Scottish Lead Primary Care Diabetes Society & Jenny Richards, Gloucestershire Health & Care NHS FT
PLEASE NOTE: THIS WEBINAR IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR UK NHS WORKERS
Delivering value-based healthcare has become the focus for clinicians and budget holders alike, as they look to deliver high-quality, sustainable healthcare services to meet the needs of a growing and ageing population. One of the key challenges is turning the theory of value into practice.
This webinar will discuss how the effective management of patients with type 2 diabetes can improve patient pathways and reduce costs, this is especially relevant in the current climate with COVID-19 challenges and the associated future financial hurdles. Dr Kevin Fernando will consider the following question from a value-based perspective: if drugs from the same class are all deemed clinically appropriate, should we choose the agent with lowest acquisition cost?
This webcast is a promotional meeting sponsored by MSD where MSD products will be mentioned. It is intended for Healthcare Professionals and Other Relevant Decision Makers working in and with the NHS only.
By registering for this webinar you agree to have your email address shared with MSD. If you don't want your details shared, please contact Stephanie.Zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
Experiencing some form of conflict at work is something that all of us will encounter at some time in our working lives. During this webinar, Brian will explore the nature of conflict, look at different types of conflict and discuss some of the drivers and situations that may give rise to conflict. Leading on from this he will explore some useful models for helping to manage and resolve conflict and help you to understand your natural conflict handling style together with useful tips and tactics for successful conflict resolution.
If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please contact Stephanie.Zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
Andrew Kendrick, Audit Manager & Suzy Smith, Audit Manager, NAO
This webinar will set out the main aims of the new approach to auditors’ work on value for money (VFM) arrangements under the new Code of Audit Practice (the Code), highlighting changes in the way auditors approach and report their work and providing an opportunity to ask questions. The new Code came into force on 1 April 2020 and applies to audits of local bodies’ 2020-21 financial statements onwards. Detailed auditor guidance notes (AGNs) support the code and, further to consultation, the guidance on auditor's work on arrangements to secure VFM (AGN3) will be released this month.
Suzy Smith and Andrew Kendrick from the NAO join us to host this webinar. They will set out the main aims of the new approach to auditors’ work on value for money (VFM) arrangements under the new Code of Audit Practice (the Code), highlighting changes in the way auditors approach and report their work and providing an opportunity to ask questions. The new Code came into force on 1 April 2020 and applies to audits of local bodies’ 2020-21 financial statements onwards. Detailed auditor guidance notes (AGNs) support the code and, further to consultation, the guidance on auditor's work on arrangements to secure VFM (AGN3) will be released this month.
Simon Worthington, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust & Debbie Fisher, Clever Together
Heard about #OneNHSFinance? Join us to learn more about the campaign and its vision, why you should be involved, how to contribute to the conversation & what ideas colleagues across the country believe will improve our system working. An exciting opportunity to be involved in shaping the future of NHS finance!
By registering for this webinar, you agree to have your email address shared with Future Focused Finance. If you don't want your email address shared please contact Stephanie.Zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
Peter Edwards, Capsticks Solicitors LLP, Iain Crossley, HFMA & Professor James Kingsland, St Hilary Group Practice
The webinar will focus on how Practice Managers can equip themselves to survive and thrive at a time when the clear direction of travel is to deliver primary care at increasing scale and for PCNs to be the organisational unit for primary care within ICSs.
During the webinar Susan will consider how local government is organised and the key differences between local authority and the NHS. She will cover the services provided by local government with a focus on social care and public health, the boundaries and responsibilities that fall on local government and the NHS in relation to the organisation and finances.
The session will consider local government sources of income and how they have been affected by restricted public spending and the challenges posed by the Covid 19 pandemic. Closer working between health and social care has never been as high profile, the session will consider how partnership working and integration is progressing.
If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please contact Stephanie.Zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk
In 2019, National Services Scotland (NSS) started its finance transformation journey. Using a tool to automate and standardise the reconciliation process guaranteed NSS ability to have unprecedented visibility into accounting processes, and deliver high-quality and accurate reconciliations.
With automation from a Cloud provider NSS has the controls and visibility into close processes and can guarantee the accuracy of the financials. Internal teams, customers of the SSC and auditors were able to manage and asses the status of reconciliations, investigate errors in real-time remotely – and take appropriate action from their ‘new norm’ workspace at home.
Keith Brooks, Charity Director of Northamptonshire Health Charity and Treasurer of the Association of NHS Charities
This webinar is a follow up to the webinar on NHS charities held in May 2020, the main focus will be on how NHS charities can access the national Covid-19 emergency appeal fund and what will be expected of them as a result.
Professor James Kingsland, Isle of Man Government, Peter Edwards, Capsticks Solicitors LLP, Iain Crossley, HFMA
The New to Partnership Payment Scheme (N2PP) was introduced earlier this year to support healthcare professionals who become partners in General Practice on or after 1st April 2020. The scheme gives eligible participants a sum of up to £20,000 plus a contribution towards on-costs of up to £4,000 available to support establishment as a partner, as well as up to £3,000 in a training fund to develop non-clinical partnership skills.
This free webinar will be introduced by Professor James Kingsland, Senior Partner at St Hilary Group Practice and a founding member of the National Association of Primary Care, with contributions from the Healthcare Financial Management Association and Capsticks Solicitors. Topics to be covered include:
•The policy context and operational challenges for new partners in General Practice;
•An introduction to the N2PP scheme and how to access funding;
•Our leadership, legal and financial training modules for new partners;
•An introduction to the Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management.
During this webinar independent consultant Brian Stables will discuss ways of making yourself heard with some useful tools and techniques for helping others to hear your message. He will cover some key techniques for influencing including active listening and appreciative inquiry. Leading on from influencing he will explore similarities between the techniques for effective influencing and those for a successful negotiation and use an example to highlight some pitfalls along with tips for a successful and effective outcome that is acceptable to all.
Lisa Dinsdale, Interim Associate Director – Community Health Services Division, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Keeley Sheldon, Interim Deputy Director – Community Health Services Division, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Bob Jacobson, President, Jacobson Solutions
Marguerite McGinlay, COO, Meridian Productivity
A webinar panel discussion with healthcare leaders on the challenges for the provisioning and commissioning of care that have arisen as a result of Covid-19; the challenges for frontline transformation programmes; an evaluation of some of the solutions to deal with these challenges.
Patrick Mitchell, Director of Innovation and Transformation, Health Education England
Using the Topol Review report Preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future as a starting point, Health Education England’s Patrick Mitchell will explore how the digital agenda is a critical transformation opportunity to help drive productivity, reduce clinical variance and support the paradigm shift in how health services are delivered.
Kim Croasdale, Sustainable Development Unit (SDU), NHS E and I & Alexis Percival, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust
In this webinar we will hear from the Sustainable Development Unit on the launch and progress of the "For a greener NHS" campaign. Alexis Percival from Yorkshire Ambulance NHS Trust will also share how her organisation and wider health system are committed to addressing the climate impact of health care delivery. We will also hear about the impact of Covid-19 on NHS environmental sustainability.
Ian Davidson, National Clinical Lead GIRFT, Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS FT
The concept of ‘value’ in healthcare – maximising the outcomes which matter to people at the lowest possible cost – is increasingly seen as a key lever for supporting the delivery of high-quality sustainable care. The challenge is how to do this in practice. What is clear is that clinicians and finance staff need to work more closely together to ensure resources are used in the most effective way possible to provide high-quality care.
In this webinar Dr Ian Davidson, GIRFT’s clinical lead for adult crisis and acute mental health, will give an update on the GIRFT workstream, sharing what they have found out so far on the deep dive visits to mental health trusts, and suggesting what mental health trusts should start focusing on to deliver value.
This webinar forms part of the Mental Health Value Challenge, being delivered by HFMA’s Healthcare Costing for Value Institute. The Mental Health Value Challenge is exploring how the available data sets can help answer the question ‘How well are we spending the mental health pound?.
Duncan Orme, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Dr Jean MacLeod, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS FT
The concept of ‘value’ in healthcare – maximising the outcomes which matter to people at the lowest possible cost – is increasingly seen as a key lever for supporting the delivery of high-quality sustainable healthcare. The challenge is how to do this in practice. What is clear is that clinicians and finance staff need to work closely together to support improvements in value.
Patient-level costing provides clinical teams with a rich source of information to understand their patients and services, and there are some great examples of clinicians and finance working together to identify how they can use their resources in the most effective way possible to provide high-quality care.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought a pause to much of this collaborative work, and has fundamentally changed the way the NHS operates. As the UK emerges from the first wave of the pandemic, finances will once again become constrained and a focus on value will be essential to ensure resources are used well. Dr Jean MacLeod and Duncan Orme will explore how clinical and financial collaboration might look in the future.
Paul Dillon-Robinson, Non-Executive Director, Queen Victoria Hospital NHS FT
Understanding what motivates you and those around you is essential to creating an environment where people can perform to the best of their ability. In this webinar, Paul Dillon-Robinson takes a look at motivating for the short and the long term, recognising that there can be a difference and considers the additional factors when motivating in difficult times. Acknowledging the different motivating factors that people have will also support the development of effective working relationships and allow you to understand the decisions, and actions, of others.
Gareth Jenkins, CEO, Meridian and Simon Morritt, CEO, York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The conversation post Covid-19 should be about re-inventing over restarting services. We look at how Meridian and healthcare colleagues in acute care improved productivity within Theatres, OPD, and Imaging, and how this can be used to shape a new culture that is underpinned through better resource management.
This webinar will be hosted by Meridian alongside York Teaching Hospitals NHS FT.
Rob Whiteman, chief executive, CIPFA and Ian Turner, Deputy Chief Executive & Finance Director, HFMA
How do we know if we are doing the right thing?
In this webinar Rob Whiteman, chief executive of CIPFA, will look at how our decisions are guided by professional ethics. He will consider the role of ethics in guiding the work of professional accountants and explore how to mitigate against failures in professional behaviour. He will also discuss how the principles of ethics are essential for accountants in responding to Covid-19.
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the professional body for finance staff in healthcare. For more than 60 years, it has provided independent and objective advice to its members and the wider healthcare community. It is a charitable organisation that promotes best practice and innovation in financial management and governance across the UK health economy through its local and national networks. The association also analyses and responds to national policy and aims to exert influence in shaping the wider healthcare agenda.
The HFMA has achieved accredited continuing professional development (CPD) status with the CPD Standards Office for our national and networks webinars. Delegates that watch one of these webinars will be issued with an accredited CPD Certificate of Attendance for inclusion in their CPD records. Our sponsored webinars will still count towards unaccredited CPD hours.