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Proposals for a revised payment system would mean the whole NHS in England using the same approach, but even more radical changes could lie ahead.
A financial framework that supports system working and behaviours is vital if integrated care systems are to achieve their ambitions.
What role have specialist hospitals played during Covid-19? And how can they help with the recovery of services?
Covid-19 threw the spotlight on NHS Supply Chain, especially in the early months. Interim chief executive Colin McCready talks about the experience
The HFMA director of policy and communications sets out how the policy and technical team will support members in the year ahead.
A recent round-table event explored the potential for IT to help local health economies deliver a transformed health service.
A new award from the HFMA will celebrate changes that have made a positive contribution to diversity and inclusion in finance departments.
Finally! We are seeing some light at the end of the tunnel, with vaccination numbers high and hospital admissions from Covid declining significantly.
The success of discharge funding makes a good case for recurrent support
The financial framework must be specifically designed to support system working
A round up of recent technical developments
Alan Brace is to retire as director of finance for health and social care in the Welsh government, a post he has held for almost five years.
The HFMA has recognised the vital support of a selection of its members.
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.