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New HFMA president Caroline Clarke says staff remain the key element for success in the NHS
What does the Health Infrastructure Plan investment mean for the Leeds Teaching Hospitals trust?
Outcomes are vital to understanding value and are playing an increasing role in decision making
Caroline Clarke became the HFMA’s president at the association’s annual conference in December, succeeding Bill Gregory.
The general election loomed large over the HFMA annual conference in December – coming as it did just a week before the country went to the polls.
Group accounting manual firms up expectations in run-up to year-end
The past month’s key technical developments
NICE issued seven technology guidelines in December, including one to treat breast cancer with the Cancer Drug Fund
A significant proportion of the academy’s learners are from a clinical background
With demand for health and care services increasing, it is more important than ever to understand what this means in practice.
Improvisation develops confidence and the skills of listening and building on colleagues’ ideas.