Director of finance & chief finance officer forum and dinner

Director of finance & chief finance officer forum and dinner

21 January 2020

110 Rochester Row



About this event

This forum is designed to be a high-level briefing for Directors of Finance, Chief Finance Officers, Deputys DOFs and CFOs from all NHS organisations. This forum will be an ideal way to kick off the new year and will give attendees the chance to reflect on the past months and look forward to the challenges of the new year. 

On January 22, the day following our forum and dinner, Julian Kelly is bringing together all NHS finance directors and chief finance officers for a meeting in central London on the future of the NHS finance function. The HFMA has worked to ensure the content on our programme reflects the discussions and leads nicely into this meeting.. The dinner will be a perfect opportunity for directors of finance and chief finance officers to get together in a relaxed environment before the meeting to reflect on the year to come. For any further information on 22nd please contact
england.nhscfoevent@nhs.net

Register today

This event is free to attend if your organisation is a HFMA faculty member. To confirm your attendance, or to check your organisations membership, please emaiJosie Baskerville. Following on from the forum, will be a free hosted dinner.

Speakers

Dr Robert Varnam, Director of professional leadership for improvement directorate, NHS England and NHS Improvement will be joining us to discuss how they can help national, regional and local leaders make better use of resources. Read more in his blog 'Leading improvement; national support for local missions'

Natasha Curry, Deputy director of policy from Nuffield Trust will be joining us tomorrow to discuss what we can learn from care systems in Japan and Germany. Read more in her latest blog 'Social care: what can we learn from other countries?  or what her video below:


Presentations
The system impact of Primary Care Networks
Dr Karen Kirkham
, Senior Medical Advisor Primary Care Provider Transformation NHSE/I Integrated Care System Clinical Lead Dorset, Assistant Clinical Chair Dorset CCG

What can England learn from the long-term care systems in Japan and Germany?
Natasha Curry,
Acting Deputy Director of Policy, Nuffield Trust

HFMA Finance Director of the Year, a case study
Karen Geoghegan, 
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust and Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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CPD accredited event


This event has CPD accredited status with The CPD Standards Office. Delegates that attend will receive an accredited CPD Certificate of Attendance. 
CPD Activity 50137