HFMA summer conference 2022 - Integrate and innovate

HFMA summer conference 2022 - Integrate and innovate

13 July 2022 - 15 July 2022

Hybrid - Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London and online



Set across three days, the HFMA summer conference offered something for the entire finance function. This hybrid 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.

Attendees experienced a varied and tailored programme, with a day of online workshops, as well as a digital exhibition and networking areas to meet with colleagues virtually. The last 2 days of the event were held in London, offering an opportunity for senior finance leaders to hear from thought-leaders and network with colleagues and commercial supporters in the face-to-face exhibition.
 

Online licences: the whole finance team will be able to participate in the whole event online from the 13 – 15 July. This will include a full day of workshops on Wednesday 13 July, ranging from technical support, case studies and skills development, with a focus on wellbeing. Thursday and Friday thought leaders and keynote speakers will be streamed live from the conference in London.

For any comments or enquiries please contact events@hfma.org.uk.

Presentations
Videos
Sponsorship and exhibition

Links for the presentation slides are available below. Please note that slides are only 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 presentations. To log-in please click here.

If you do not have a membership login with the HFMA, please click here where you can create a free affiliate login. When you are logged into the website with your new account, you will be able to access the links below. Please note: Only delegates from organisations who are HFMA Hub partners will have access to this content. Or if your organisation purchased a ticket to the event, you will also be able access the links. For more information on how and why to become a HFMA Hub partner, please click here.


Wednesday:


Opening plenary – self care – we do not have permission to share these slides
Vida Carmel, behavioural change coach

11:15 - 12:00

12:40 - 13:25

  • Interactive breakout 1: confidence building
    Pete English, independent consultant, Management Development Consultancy
  • Interactive breakout 2: stress less – we do not have permission to share these slides
    Nicola Shergold, business psychologist, executive coach and facilitator, The Wellbeing Project
  • Interactive breakout 3: sleep soundly – we do not have permission to share these slides
    Jackie Barber, business psychologist, coach and facilitator, The Wellbeing Project
  • Interactive breakout 4: individual and team resilience
    Neena Vivash, professional facilitator and HFMA academy tutor
    Hugo Vivash, professional facilitator, Peak 44 Ltd.
    Worksheet for session

13:40 - 14:25


14:45 - 15:30

Thursday: 

Opening plenary- What does the new Health and Care Bill mean for NHS finance?
Siva Anandaciva, chief analyst, The King’s Fund

11:30 - 12:15 13:15 - 14:00 Closing Plenary – addressing the elective recovery backlog – we do not have permission to share these slides
Sir James Mackey, chief executive officer, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and national director of elective recovery, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Friday:
 

Opening plenary – update from the national leadership team
Peter Ridley, deputy chief financial officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement

11:30 - 12:15

Closing plenary
Mike Coupe, chair of New Look and former chief executive officer of J Sainsbury

Links for the session recordings are available below. Please note that videos are only available if we have had the speaker’s permission.

Please note: You will only be able to access the on-demand content if your organisation purchased a ticket to the conference.

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. To log-in please click here.

If you do not have a membership login with the HFMA, please click here where you can create a free affiliate login. When you are logged into the website with your new account, you will be able to access the videos below. 

Wednesday:

Opening plenary – self care – we do not have permission to share this video
Vida Carmel, behavioural change coach

11:15 - 12:00

12:40 - 13:25

  • Interactive breakout 1: confidence building
    Pete English, independent consultant, Management Development Consultancy
  • Interactive breakout 2: stress less – we do not have permission to share this video
    Nicola Shergold, business psychologist, executive coach and facilitator, The Wellbeing Project
  • Interactive breakout 3: sleep soundly – we do not have permission to share this video
    Jackie Barber, business psychologist, coach and facilitator, The Wellbeing Project
  • Interactive breakout 4: individual and team resilience
    Neena Vivash, professional facilitator and HFMA academy tutor
    Hugo Vivash, professional facilitator, Peak 44 Ltd.
    Worksheet for session

13:40 - 14:25

  • Workshop 1: increase value and savings through procurement data and technology – we do not have permission to share this video
    Nils van de Winkel, head of procurement data & performance, NHS England and NHS Improvement
    Emma James, Director of Procurement & Supply Chain, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Workshop 2: the importance of data to support restoration and recovery of non-COVID 19 related care – we do not have permission to share this video
    Katie Holgate, OPAT specialist nurse, Yorkshire and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Workshop 3: how improving the NHS estate can have a positive impact on staff wellbeing – we do not have permission to share this video
    Phil Holland, chief investment officer and Kim Barnes, associate director, Prime PLC


14:45 - 15:30

Thursday:

Opening plenary- What does the new Health and Care Bill mean for NHS finance?
Siva Anandaciva, chief analyst, The King’s Fund

11:30 - 12:15

  • Workshop 1: Improving autism services in Derbyshire – a patient perspective – we do not have permission to share this video
    Trevor Wright, autism consultant, ReSolve
  • Workshop 2: All Together Better Sunderland Alliance – we do not have permission to share this video
    Penny Davison, development lead
    Tarryn Lake, director of finance, Sunderland ATB

13:15 - 14:00

  • Workshop 2: applying SQL and Power BI reporting to financial services – we do not have permission to share this video
    Simon Hosey, senior finance officer, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
    Richard Sawyer, programme manager, One NHS Finance

Closing Plenary – addressing the elective recovery backlog – we do not have permission to share this video
Sir James Mackey, chief executive officer, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and national director of elective recovery, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Friday:

Opening plenary – update from the national leadership team
Peter Ridley, deputy chief financial officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement

11:30 - 12:15

Closing plenary – we do not have permission to share this video
Mike Coupe, chair of New Look and former chief executive officer of J Sainsbury

The HFMA summer conference and exhibition brings together finance staff from across all sectors, bringing together all the HFMA Hub networks. 

Why get involved? 

  • Raise your profile and brand awareness with senior finance staff
  • Network with finance delegates from across the country
  • Discover the views of respected speakers
  • Attend the HFMA summer conference dinner
For more information about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact:

Paul Momber, Head of Corporate Business Development
E: Paul.Momber@hfma.org.uk
T: 0117 938 8972