Wales Branch: Annual Conference
Delivering Value for a Healthier Wales
19 September 2019 - 20 September 2019
The Vale Resort
ABOUT THIS EVENTJoin over 200 of your finance colleagues at the upcoming HFMA Wales & ACCA 2019 annual conference. Update your professional development at this flagship event.
The conference will focus on our theme, Delivering Value for a Healthier Wales. You can expect Keynote speakers and workshop facilitators to keep this theme at the heart of their sessions by focusing on the four areas of the healthier Wales plan: preventative, workforce, quality and value.
There will be prominent speakers sharing with us their views on how best to learn from the challenges we are facing as well as a chance to network with delegates from across NHS Wales working in a range of different bands.
HOW WOULD YOU BENEFIT?
This two day event is an opportune time to share learning with colleagues and explore a range of potential solutions for your organisation whilst helping you to meet your annual CPD requirements.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
- Key note speakers
- Motivational speaker
- Great networking opportunities with organisations across the Wales region.
- Fantastic exhibition space.
- A three course gala dinner followed by an evening of entertainment
- Dr Andrew Goodall CBE, director general for health & social services services, NHS Wales chief executive
- Ifan Evans, director, technology & transformation, health & social services group, Welsh Government
- Dr Ed Coats, specialist registrar in obstetrics & gynaecology, Royal United Hospital
- Matt Morgan, intensive care doctor and author
- Chris Hunter, author, bomb disposal expert and former British Army officer.
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Keynote address - No Slides
Dr Andrew Goodall CBE, director general for health & social services services/NHS Wales chief executive
Delivering Value for a Healthier Wales – Challenges and Opportunities for NHS Finance?
Professor Alan Brace, director of finance, health & social care group, Welsh Government
Improving outcomes in partnership with the Industry
Professor Hamish Laing, Swansea University
A healthier Wales: from strategy to delivery -
Ifan Evans, director, technology & transformation, health & social services group, Welsh Government
What can others learn from implementing value-based healthcare in Wales? An English perspective
John Moxham, Director of Value Based Healthcare for King's Health Partners
Steve Smith, NHS Wales Shared Services
Workshop B - Exam Techniques
David Evans, director, HTFT Partnership
Workshop C - Introduction to Patient Level Costing and its role in delivering Value NHS Wales - Finance Delivery Unit
Workshop D - Personal Resilience using mindfulness techniques
Jo Gilllibrand, Finance Training Academy
Workshop E - Using Business Intelligence software to give a fresh view of Finance data - Sandy Tallon, Head of Information, Welsh Health Specialised Services
The value of gene therapy in the NHS - Unable to share
Sian Corrin, Institute Of Medical Genetics, Cardiff and Vale UHB
HFMA President’s address - Unable to share
Bill Gregory, hfma president & chief finance officer, deputy ceo, Lancashire Care NHS
Rising to the challenge - Unable to share
Dr Ed Coats, specialist registrar in obstetrics & gynaecology, Royal United Hospital
Breakfast Session - Role of the NHS finance business partner
Andrew Monahan, Policy and research manager, hfma
Care Mapping- Using quality, value and outcome data
Shane Mills, director of quality and patient experience, National Collaborative Commissioning Unit
The Cost of Conflict in the NHS
Clive Lewis OBE DL
Fight against all
Matt Morgan, intensive care doctor and author
Workshop A: Taking the Robot out of the Person to Enable Original Thinkers- Steve Smith, NHS Wales Shared Services
In exploring how the value of Finance professionals can be maximised, the above workshop will look at how all finance staff can be released from some mundane repetitive tasks to add greater value to the NHS in Wales. This greater value will come from improving the speed, accuracy and quality of how data is processed.
Workshop B: Exam Techniques
David Evans, Director, HTFT Partnership
In this workshop David will demonstrate how to approach professional accountancy examination papers in a way that will help maximise marks. He will explain how to effectively analyse the information that is presented, how to understand question requirements, and how to construct narrative answers to applied skills and strategic professional papers.
Workshop C: Introduction to Patient Level Costing and its role in delivering Value
NHS Wales Finance Delivery Unit
The Finance Delivery Unit will provide an update of the developments that have been taking place within the costing community. The session will share with delegated how the use of patient level costing is helping to drive the Value Based Healthcare agenda in Wales.
Workshop D: Personal Resilience using Mindfulness techniques
Jo Gillibrand, Finance Training Academy
This enjoyable and practical workshop will help delegates deal more effectively with life’s challenges in a more mindful and empowering way and provide tools and techniques that can be easily interwoven into their daily lives.
Workshop E: Using Business Intelligence Software to give a fresh view of Finance Data
Sandy Tallon, Head of Information, Welsh Health Specialised Services Committee
The purpose of this session would be to highlight the possibilities that new Business Intelligence software brings to the Finance community, and spark discussion about innovation in Finance reporting.
19.00 Drinks reception
Grab yourself a glass of bubbly or orange juice
Lloyd Powell, Head of ACCA Cymru
Adam Reeves our Close - Up Magician will be impressing everyone with his tricks throughout the dinner
21.15 Conference charity
Cancer Research Wales
21.30 Auction & raffle
Win some great prizes including an amazon echo, a golf day or a Kindle 7
Get your dancing shoes on for Helter Skelter