This course is FREE to NHS staff
This course introduces health economics and its uses within the NHS. Although you may not be directly involved in health economics-based decision-making, it is helpful to understand how the discipline relates to the planning of health services.
This course is suitable for staff who are budget holders, operational staff, clinical staff, governors/board members and finance staff.
This short course is accredited by the CPD standards office. On completion of this course you will receive a certificate of completion as evidence of 3 hours accredited CPD for your professional development.
This course can count towards the Introductory award in healthcare finance. To achieve the award you will need to complete 5 bitesize short courses, including the compulsory short course ‘NHS finance’. The introductory award can be purchased for just £165+vat.
On completion of the Introductory award in healthcare finance you will gain:
Available to individuals not working for the NHS
Available to individuals working for NHS organisations
Available to individuals working for HFMA partner programme member organisations
If you are looking for HFMA bitesize short courses for groups of staff in your organisation, there are subscriptions for organisations available.
If you are looking to train groups or cohorts of staff in your organisation there are subscriptions available to provide access to the HFMA bitesize short courses for all staff that you wish to train. Whether you want to provide online training for a specific cohort of staff or roll out wider access to larger groups across your organisation, there is an option for you.
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