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Event / HFMA connect CFO, director and deputy forum 2024

09:00, 30 January 2024 1 day In-person 110 Rochester Row, London

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About this event

This forum bought together NHS finance leaders, to give them an opportunity to collaborate and offer a platform to engage with their peers, along with hearing updates on topical issues, national updates and best practice sharing. 

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Jan 30

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    During this session, May will discuss the pressure to deliver efficiencies including drivers of and barriers to productivity. May will share some of the national work and current conversations around the medium-term productivity challenges, highlighting good practice examples. This session will offer an opportunity to test current thinking with the audience and for delegates to discuss how to overcome current challenges faced.

    May Li   / Interim director of efficiency , NHS England

    This session will cover how finance has a critical role in shifting resources from illness to health by addressing the wider determinants of health and health inequalities. However, system level decision making is fraught with difficulty and your pivotal role in helping to navigate, negotiate and embed change using the common language of value. As part of this session, Andi will share work already underway in 5 ICSs that address these issues using tools and approaches freely available to the public sector.

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    Our current study, Financial management of the NHS in England, is examining the extent to which the NHS in England is managing its everyday resources well, while also looking at the steps it is taking to enable longer-term financial sustainability. This roundtable session is an opportunity to share your experiences of being a senior finance professional in the NHS today and the reality of decision making in the current environment. We are also keen to hear your views on what the future might hold for finance professionals in the health and care sector.

    Tim Phillips   / Director of Health Value for Money , National Audit Office

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    During this session Peter will give an update from the national finance leadership team with a look ahead at the opportunities and challenges, both for the remainder of this year and beyond

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