By establishing six overarching networks, the HFMA Hub is able to address emerging challenges, tailoring its approach and ways of working accordingly. Each of the networks is overseen by a steering group, who meet regularly to discuss network-related matters. They also assess and feedback on current HFMA projects and contribute to the HFMA Hub’s national event programme.
HFMA Hub networks
The Healthcare in the Community Network aims to support and represent the interests of finance professionals working in organisations with an interest in out of hospital care, and provide an opportunity to work on solutions for common issues.
The ICB Finance Network exists to support finance professionals working in this area and to explore how the finance function can help deliver an integrated health system.
Our Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Network is a unique community with membership including every mental health trust in England. It brings together finance professionals working in the mental health sector from both provider and commissioner organisations.
The Provider Network is a community of finance professionals that carry genuine influence within the sector and provide significant steer on national policy. It delivers immeasurable insight, knowledge and expertise, and comes with a wealth of valuable connections.
The System Finance Network aims to support enormous opportunities that system working presents as well as providing a space discuss the challenges that face working toward a unified system.
This new network facilitates knowledge sharing and looks to assist directors of finance, chief finance officers and deputies as they navigate the current challenges facing the NHS.
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