This course examines the role of a board of directors in an NHS organisation and its accountability for using scarce resources to deliver best value. On completion, you will be able to critically analyse the key decision-making process in relation to the allocation of scarce resources for competing demands and the ways that NHS boards balance competing priorities. You will also be able to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the ways that NHS boards are held publicly accountable for the holistic performance of their organisation.
This course is suited to those who are managing a budget, clinical staff, operational staff, finance staff and primary care staff.
- How can boards improve value
- Making decisions about value
- Board effectiveness
- Summing up
With demand for health and care services increasing, it is more important than ever to understand what this means in practice.
Led by Mike Sarwar, this session will give a technical CPD update on developments in Accounting Standards.