HFMA Summer Conference

HFMA Summer Conference

Resources from the event are now available

23 June 2021 - 25 June 2021

Online



The programme covered 3 days of key notes, plenaries and over 30 sessions online. Speakers included: 

  • Professor Sir Chris Ham, non-executive chair of the Coventry and Warwickshire STP, non-executive director of the Royal Free Hospitals and
    former chief executive of The King's Fund
  • Siva Anandaciva, chief analyst, The King's Fund
  • Amanda Pritchard, chief operating officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement 
  • Caroline Clarke, group chief executive, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and HFMA president
  • Clarke Carlisle, former professional footballer and ambassador for mental health charity Mind
  • and many more...

About this event

Set across three days, this virtual conference offered something for the entire finance function, across all NHS sectors. Attendees experienced a varied programme of live streamed sessions as well as a digital exhibition and networking areas to meet with colleagues virtually.

The conference brought together all of the HFMA Hub Networks including providers, commissioners, mental health and community organisations as well as those working at a system level. The programme offered a mixture of national strategic updates from Arm’s Length Bodies alongside various workshop channels covering topics such as workforce, technology, resilience, sustainability, value based healthcare and integrated health and social care.

What was included in the ticket price

  • One ticket for your organisation, request as many licenses as your team require to access the event
  • Three day event with a full programme of keynote speakers and workshops
  • Opportunities to network with colleagues and connect with our commercial
    partners in the virtual exhibition hall. 
With the absence of face to face events and meetings, it can be challenging to gain beneficial CPD as well as missing out on sharing and hearing best practice. This conference was CPD accredited and provided an opportunity for finance leaders to ensure their teams are keeping their CPD up to date during these challenging times as well as providing an opportunity to hear the latest on national policy, learn from peers and meet virtually with colleagues, which is so important.

Once you have completed the online feedback form, you will be sent a CPD certificate with a blank space to insert the number of CPD hours you accumulated across the event. The HFMA cannot advise on the number of CPD hours you have accumulated across the event.

Access the content

All presentation and video content from this event can be found under the relevant tabs below. If you have any issues accessing the content, please email josie.baskerville@hfma.org.uk.


Presentations
Videos
Please see below for presentation slides from the event.
Please note presentation slides will only be available if we have had the speaker’s permission. Please ensure that you are logged into the HFMA website with either your member or affiliate login before clicking any of the links to the slides. Only Hub members can access this content, or if your organisation purchased a ticket to the conference, you will also be able to view the slides.
If you do not have a membership login with the HFMA, please click "Join today" at the top of this page, on the right. When you are logged into the website with your new account, you will be able to access the presentation slides below. 

Wednesday 23rd June:


Opening Plenary: Update from the national leadership team
Amanda Pritchard, chief operating officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement

1A: Reshaping the workforce in the wake of Covid
Professor Sanjay Agrawal, consultant in respiratory and critical care medicine, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

1B: The start of the roadmap: supporting the future NHS workforce strategy
Andy McKinlay, executive director of finance and commercial services, NHS Business Services Authority and Gordon Coyne, director of workforce services, NHS Business Services Authority

2A: Putting patients first: improving discharge pathways in a multi-partner approach
Mike Jennings, chief financial officer, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

3A: NHS Estates and Facilities – After COVID
Simon Corben, director and head of profession; Adrian Eggleton, EFM operational lead; Fiona Daly, sustainability and EFM workforce lead; and Jo Dolby, capital/ commercial lead - Estates and Facilities team, NHS England & Improvement

3B: Learning from the Beneficial Changes Network: Right Place Right Time - Improving Care for Frail Patients at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust
Dawn Chamberlain, clinical improvement director and Beneficial Changes Network lead, NHS England & Improvement; Diane Fuller, programme director - Patient Flow, Beneficial Changes Network, NHS England & Improvement; James Reid, consultant geriatrician, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust; John Blair, consultant geriatrician, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust; and Jyoti Nippani, associate medical director for service development, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust

1C: Data science providing actionable insights to tackle NHS workforce challenges
James Kendall, head of Workforce Intelligence, Medway NHS Foundation Trust and Mike Tresise, senior management consultant, NHS Shared Business Services

1D: Tailored Resilience Espresso - An introduction to personal resilience - we do not have permission to share the slides for this session
Nicola Shergold, business psychologist, The Wellbeing Project

2B: The power of collaboration and community in health and care estates
Leighton Chumbley, chief executive, Prime

3C: NHS legislative reform: turn and face the strange - we do not have permission to share the slides for this session
Christian Dingwall, partner, Browne Jacobson LLP

3D: How finance and system leaders can harness automation technology for more efficient and better patient care
Darren Atkins, chief technology officer, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and  James Davis, director of Innovation, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Closing Plenary: The national policy picture for health and care
Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst, The Kings Fund



Thursday 24th June:


Opening Plenary: There are harsh lessons from Covid-19 that need to be addressed
Professor Sir Chris Ham, non-executive chair of the Coventry and Warwickshire STP, non-executive director of the Royal Free Hospitals and former chief executive of The Kings Fund

4A: Leicestershire case study: Innovative Primary care funding model to address health inequalities
Nicci Briggs, executive director of finance, contracting and governance, Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland CCG’s and LLR System Finance Lead

4B: Population Health Management an enabler for integrated care and population-based payment
Adam Millican-Slater, senior programme lead - Population Health Management, NHS England & Improvement; Gary Andrews, head of payment policy, NHS England & Improvement; and Michael Ash-McMahon, deputy chief finance officer, NHS Vale of York CCG

5A: Becoming One NHS Finance
Andrea McGee, chief finance officer and deputy chief executive, Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Jenny Ehrhardt, chief finance officer, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust; and Simon Worthington, director of finance, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

6A: Improving Trauma and Orthopaedic pathways using GIRFT
Kulandaivel Sakthivel, consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

6B: Delivering a value-based lymphoedema service
Melanie Thomas, national clinical lead for Lymphoedema, NHS Wales

4C: Mooring the local economy: How NHS anchor organisations can play a part in the wider economic and social recovery post Covid-19
Michael Wood, head of Health Economic Partnerships, NHS Confed

4D: Building greater supply chain resilience and sustainable long-term value for the NHS
Sara Ford, director of strategy, communications and marketing, NHS Supply Chain; Hamish Makanji, head of customer relationship management, NHS Supply Chain; Lee Taylor, clinical programme lead Cardiology and Radiology, NHS Supply Chain; and Kate Jones, programme manager, South London Specialised Services

5B: ED&I Programme Showcase – Featuring the National Sponsorship Programme and Ambassador Networks
Zak Hussain, head of finance, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Hardev Virdee, group chief financial officer, Barts Health NHS Trust; Tuan Truong, associate director of finance, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust; and Lore Lippman, deputy director of finance, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust

6C: Clinical and financial collaboration in the new ICS world – there were no slides used for this presentation
Simon Crowther, executive director of finance & performance, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Andy Haynes, former ICS executive lead, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICS; Dr Jim Gardner, executive medical director, Blackpool Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; and John Graham, finance director and deputy CEO, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

6D: Using advanced analytics to identify and understand clinical variations
Dawn Scrafield, chief finance officer, Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust; Saman Wickramasinghe, senior costing finance manager, Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust; Jasper Clouting, analytics consultant, IQVIA; and Dmitry Dorsky, director of strategy - healthcare division, IQVIA

Panel: How finance staff can support the reduction of health inequalities – there were no slides used for this presentation
Dr Bola Owolabi, Director - Health Inequalities, NHS England and Improvement; Chris Sands, Director of Finance, Strategy and Deputy Chief Executive, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust; Nicky Lloyd, Chief Finance Officer, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust; and Dr Jean MacLeod, Consultant Physician in Medicine and Diabetes, North Tees and Hartlepool Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Closing Plenary: HFMA Talks: In conversation with Ellie Simmonds OBE – there were no slides used for this presentation
Ellie Simmonds OBE, five-time Paralympic Champion and fourteen-time World Champion. Interviewed by Mark Orchard, Chief Financial Officer, Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust


Friday 25th June:


Opening Plenary: Looking to the future of NHS nursing – there were no slides used for this presentation
Duncan Burton, deputy chief nursing officer - Workforce & Maternity Operations, NHS England and NHS Improvement

7A: Who Pays For What? - engaging on how to improve digital investment
Will Johnson, deputy director Digital Investment Strategy; Louis Bradshaw, deputy chief information officer; and Will Monaghan, director of operations, NHSX

7B: Understand the value of speech-enabling your hospital EPR
Monica Roman, customer success executive and Terence Lippert, head of solutions consulting, Nuance Communications

8A: Climate change and the role of NHS finance
Joan Saddler, director of partnerships and equality at NHS Confed and non-executive director at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals; Pam Warhurst, previously chair at Calderdale NHS Trust & founder, Incredible Edible; and Nigel Acheson, deputy chief inspector of hospitals, Care Quality Commission

9A: A new methodology for service transformation
Malcolm Lowe-Lauri, head of Health & Life Science Consulting, Grant Thornton UK LLP

7C: Advancing the NHS’s use of leading technology through shared knowledge and collective strength
Craig Alderson, head of applications, NEP and Sara Taylor, application manager, NEP

7D: Using technology to improve value – an e-health system case study
Jon Burton, head of Web & Digital; Sara Wise, senior clinical project manager; and Clare Moran, consultant clinical psychologist and head of Eating Disorders, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

8B: A sustainable and green approach to healthcare delivery through cultural change please click the speakers names to see their slides for this presentation
John Williams, executive director of finance, Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust and Chris Moreton, assistant director Commissioning and Value, National Collaborative Commissioning Unit, NHS Wales

9B: Future-proofing Endoscopy Services at The Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust
James Drury, former director of finance, The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

Closing Plenary: Reflect and reset: our lived experience through mental health crisis and towards wellness – there were no slides used for this presentation
Clarke Carlisle, former professional footballer and ambassador for mental health charity Mind, and his wife Carrie Carlisle, journalist and mental health speaker

Please see below for videos from the event.
Please note videos will only be available if we have had the speaker’s permission. Please ensure that you are logged into the HFMA website with either your member or affiliate login before clicking any of the links to the videos. Only Hub members can access this content, or if your organisation purchased a ticket to the conference, you will also be able to watch the videos.

If you do not have a membership login with the HFMA, please click "Join today" at the top of this page, on the right. When you are logged into the website with your new account, you will be able to access the videos below. 


Wednesday 23rd June:


Opening Plenary: Update from the national leadership team
Amanda Pritchard, chief operating officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement

1A: Reshaping the workforce in the wake of Covid
Professor Sanjay Agrawal, consultant in respiratory and critical care medicine, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

1B: The start of the roadmap: supporting the future NHS workforce strategy
Andy McKinlay, executive director of finance and commercial services, NHS Business Services Authority and Gordon Coyne, director of workforce services, NHS Business Services Authority

2A: Putting patients first: improving discharge pathways in a multi-partner approach
Mike Jennings, chief financial officer, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

3A: NHS Estates and Facilities – After COVID
Simon Corben, director and head of profession; Adrian Eggleton, EFM operational lead; Fiona Daly, sustainability and EFM workforce lead; and Jo Dolby, capital/ commercial lead - Estates and Facilities team, NHS England & Improvement

3B: Learning from the Beneficial Changes Network: Right Place Right Time - Improving Care for Frail Patients at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust
Dawn Chamberlain, clinical improvement director and Beneficial Changes Network lead, NHS England & Improvement; Diane Fuller, programme director - Patient Flow, Beneficial Changes Network, NHS England & Improvement; James Reid, consultant geriatrician, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust; John Blair, consultant geriatrician, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust; and Jyoti Nippani, associate medical director for service development, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust

1C: Data science providing actionable insights to tackle NHS workforce challenges
James Kendall, head of Workforce Intelligence, Medway NHS Foundation Trust and Mike Tresise, senior management consultant, NHS Shared Business Services

1D: Tailored Resilience Espresso - An introduction to personal resilience - we do not have permission to share the video for this session
Nicola Shergold, business psychologist, The Wellbeing Project

2B: The power of collaboration and community in health and care estates
Leighton Chumbley, chief executive, Prime

3C: NHS legislative reform: turn and face the strange we do not have permission to share the video for this session
Christian Dingwall, partner, Browne Jacobson LLP

3D: How finance and system leaders can harness automation technology for more efficient and better patient care
Darren Atkins, chief technology officer, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and  James Davis, director of Innovation, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Closing Plenary: The national policy picture for health and care
Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst, The Kings Fund



Thursday 24th June:


Opening Plenary: There are harsh lessons from Covid-19 that need to be addressed
Professor Sir Chris Ham, non-executive chair of the Coventry and Warwickshire STP, non-executive director of the Royal Free Hospitals and former chief executive of The Kings Fund

4A: Leicestershire case study: Innovative Primary care funding model to address health inequalities
Nicci Briggs, executive director of finance, contracting and governance, Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland CCG’s and LLR System Finance Lead

4B: Population Health Management an enabler for integrated care and population-based payment
Adam Millican-Slater, senior programme lead - Population Health Management, NHS England & Improvement; Gary Andrews, head of payment policy, NHS England & Improvement; and Michael Ash-McMahon, deputy chief finance officer, NHS Vale of York CCG

5A: Becoming One NHS Finance
Andrea McGee, chief finance officer and deputy chief executive, Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Jenny Ehrhardt, chief finance officer, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust; and Simon Worthington, director of finance, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

6A: Improving Trauma and Orthopaedic pathways using GIRFT
Kulandaivel Sakthivel, consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

6B: Delivering a value-based lymphoedema service
Melanie Thomas, national clinical lead for Lymphoedema, NHS Wales

4C: Mooring the local economy: How NHS anchor organisations can play a part in the wider economic and social recovery post Covid-19
Michael Wood, head of Health Economic Partnerships, NHS Confed

4D: Building greater supply chain resilience and sustainable long-term value for the NHS
Sara Ford, director of strategy, communications and marketing, NHS Supply Chain; Hamish Makanji, head of customer relationship management, NHS Supply Chain; Lee Taylor, clinical programme lead Cardiology and Radiology, NHS Supply Chain; and Kate Jones, programme manager, South London Specialised Services

5B: ED&I Programme Showcase – Featuring the National Sponsorship Programme and Ambassador Networks
Zak Hussain, head of finance, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Hardev Virdee, group chief financial officer, Barts Health NHS Trust; Tuan Truong, associate director of finance, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust; and Lore Lippman, deputy director of finance, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust

6C: Clinical and financial collaboration in the new ICS world
Simon Crowther, executive director of finance & performance, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Andy Haynes, former ICS executive lead, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICS; Dr Jim Gardner, executive medical director, Blackpool Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; and John Graham, finance director and deputy CEO, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

6D: Using advanced analytics to identify and understand clinical variations
Dawn Scrafield, chief finance officer, Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust; Saman Wickramasinghe, senior costing finance manager, Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust; Jasper Clouting, analytics consultant, IQVIA; and Dmitry Dorsky, director of strategy - healthcare division, IQVIA

Panel: How finance staff can support the reduction of health inequalities
Dr Bola Owolabi, Director - Health Inequalities, NHS England and Improvement; Chris Sands, Director of Finance, Strategy and Deputy Chief Executive, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust; Nicky Lloyd, Chief Finance Officer, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust; and Dr Jean MacLeod, Consultant Physician in Medicine and Diabetes, North Tees and Hartlepool Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Closing Plenary: HFMA Talks: In conversation with Ellie Simmonds OBE - we do not have permission to share the video for this session
Ellie Simmonds OBE, five-time Paralympic Champion and fourteen-time World Champion. Interviewed by Mark Orchard, Chief Financial Officer, Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust


Friday 25th June:


Opening Plenary: Looking to the future of NHS nursing 
Duncan Burton, deputy chief nursing officer - Workforce & Maternity Operations, NHS England and NHS Improvement

7A: Who Pays For What? - engaging on how to improve digital investment
Will Johnson, deputy director Digital Investment Strategy; Louis Bradshaw, deputy chief information officer; and Will Monaghan, director of operations, NHSX

7B: Understand the value of speech-enabling your hospital EPR
Monica Roman, customer success executive and Terence Lippert, head of solutions consulting, Nuance Communications

8A: Climate change and the role of NHS finance
Joan Saddler, director of partnerships and equality at NHS Confed and non-executive director at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals; Pam Warhurst, previously chair at Calderdale NHS Trust & founder, Incredible Edible; and Nigel Acheson, deputy chief inspector of hospitals, Care Quality Commission

9A: A new methodology for service transformation
Malcolm Lowe-Lauri, head of Health & Life Science Consulting, Grant Thornton UK LLP

7C: Advancing the NHS’s use of leading technology through shared knowledge and collective strength
Craig Alderson, head of applications, NEP and Sara Taylor, application manager, NEP

7D: Using technology to improve value – an e-health system case study
Jon Burton, head of Web & Digital; Sara Wise, senior clinical project manager; and Clare Moran, consultant clinical psychologist and head of Eating Disorders, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

8B: A sustainable and green approach to healthcare delivery through cultural change
John Williams, executive director of finance, Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust and Chris Moreton, assistant director Commissioning and Value, National Collaborative Commissioning Unit, NHS Wales

9B: Future-proofing Endoscopy Services at The Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust
James Drury, former director of finance, The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

Closing Plenary: Reflect and reset: our lived experience through mental health crisis and towards wellness we do not have permission to share the video for this session
Clarke Carlisle, former professional footballer and ambassador for mental health charity Mind, and his wife Carrie Carlisle, journalist and mental health speaker