The primary purpose of the HFMA’s national committees and special interest groups is to provide a source of expert knowledge on healthcare finance and governance matters that can be used to develop and represent the association’s professional interests. The committees are populated by finance professionals and representatives from key organisations such as the Department of Health and Social Care, National Audit Office, Care Quality Commission, NHS England and the Welsh Government.
The committees monitor developments in healthcare finance, share knowledge and best practice, debate pertinent issues and identify projects and activities that are of value to the wider HFMA membership. Committee outputs are wide-ranging and include responses to consultation papers, publications, events, briefings, surveys, e-learning modules and presentations.
Further information on each committee is available on the individual committee pages.
View all of the HFMA's committees and groups
Promoting high standards in accounting and financial reporting within the NHS.
Representing the financial management interests of those in the charitable funds healthcare community.
Highlighting good practice in embedding environmental sustainability in the NHS.
Promoting best practice and innovation in governance and audit.
Supporting members working in organisations with an interest in care delivered in the community.
Enabling the finance team to take an active role in supporting the use of digital technology to drive value.
Working together across the four nations to find solutions for common issues.
Sharing experience and expertise to influence healthcare policy and support members.
Supporting members working in the mental health and learning disability sector.
Providing a forum to discuss NHS VAT developments and issues.
Promoting best practice and innovation in standards of national payment systems and specialised services.
A forum for discussing healthcare finance policy and agreeing the HFMA’s policy views. This group oversees the entirety of the association's policy and technical work.
Supporting members working in provider organisations.
Collaborating across partners to drive system working.