The 2023 shortlist has been announced!
The HFMA National Healthcare Finance Awards programme recognises the work of finance teams and individuals from across the UK. The awards cover the fundamental aspects of the finance team role: including the production of the accounts, costing, governance, training and development, as well as the vital area of innovation.
Crucially, given the importance of spreading financial awareness outside of finance departments, the awards also focus on the importance of engaging clinicians in financial management.
For all queries regarding any of the awards, please contact Danielle Lucas.
Next awards ceremony
Thursday 7 December 2023, London Hilton Metropole
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This award focuses on how NHS finance teams are making an active contribution to their organisation’s and/ or system’s efforts to tackle health inequalities.
This award focuses on improvements in costing processes and costing information that have led to better information for organisations to use when making decisions about service delivery.
This award aims to recognise a project or initiative that is both innovative and delivers improved value through maximising the outcomes which matter to people at the lowest possible cost with the aid of digital technologies.
This award is for professional excellence in financial management. It recognises both the support given by a deputy to their finance director and an individual’s contribution to an organisation’s financial performance and towards the improvement in healthcare locally or nationally.
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This award is made to a team, organisation or organisations working together in partnership that have introduced a change (big or small) that has positively contributed to the diversity and inclusion within their finance departments. The aim of the award is to promote a strong, effective and embedded approach to diversity and inclusion.
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This award recognises a significant contribution towards improving environmental sustainability in the NHS made by a team, organisation or organisations working together in partnership. The aim of the award is to promote examples of what and how action is taken that has a positive environmental impact.
This award is for professional excellence in financial management and leadership. It recognises an individual’s contribution to their organisation’s financial performance and towards the improvement in healthcare locally or nationally in any of the four UK nations.
This award recognises the contribution that the finance team has made in the last twelve months to promoting and improving teamwork, innovation, collaboration, transformation and governance.
This award is given to an individual, team or organisation that has introduced a change (big or small) to its assurance, risk management or governance arrangements in order that the organisation as a whole is better able to achieve its objectives. The aim of the award is to promote a strong, integrated approach to governance.
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This award recognises a significant contribution made towards finance skills development. It recognises best practice in the training and development of finance staff or the raising of financial awareness and skills within the wider non-financial workforce. The award was established to commemorate the significant contribution Jon Havelock made to NHS finance staff development.
This award acknowledges the importance of clinical engagement in financial management and in particular recognises a clinician who has taken financial responsibility for their services, led efficiency or improvement programmes or provided an example for other clinicians by engaging with the financial management agenda.
See this years shortlist of individuals and organisations that have been nominated.
Browse our catalogue of past HFMA awards winners, dating back to 2004.
Wanting to nominate your team or a member of your organisation? We offer advise on how best to submit an entry.