NHS CEO forum and dinner

NHS CEO forum and dinner

23 September 2019 - 24 September 2019

110 Rochester Row

About this event

This forum is designed to offer NHS Chief Executive Officers and Chief Accountable Officers the opportunity to hear from key speakers within the healthcare sector, debate current issues and network with peers. As well as pulling together case studies from health systems around the world, sessions will also be identifying best practice closer to home. This forum draws on HFMA’s unique experience and focus surrounding governance and finance and allows NHS leaders to discuss ideas and solutions that would benefit whole health economies across organisational boundaries.

Read one of the NHS CEO forum speakers, Dr Robert Varnam, blog on 'Leading improvement; national support for local mission' 

Who should attend?

The NHS CEO forum is intended as a space for CEO's and CAO's to meet their peers and discuss ideas and solutions for the health and social care system.  Attending this forum is useful for anyone who would like to share issues and ideas with those that face similar challenges as themselves. 

Dinner - Monday 23 September

As part of your place at the forum, an invite is also extended to attend the CEO networking dinner the night before. This is a fantastic opportunity to catch up with colleagues in an informal setting and talk freely to develop fresh approaches.

Register today

Please email josie.baskerville@hfma.org.uk to reserve your place

The NHS CEO forum and dinner is free to any NHS organisation that currently have a subscription to one of HFMA’s services, be that a faculty, the Institute, the partner programme or e-learning. There are very few NHS organisations that would not be in this situation - but if you want to check status please contact Josie.



Dorset’s Journey to becoming an Integrated Care System (ICS)
Tim Goodson, Chief Officer, Dorset CCG

Times of change, reflecting on lessons learnt
Elisabeth Buggins Chair, Eastern Academic Health Science Network

What can England learn from the long-term care systems in Japan and Germany
Natasha Curry, Acting Deputy Director of Policy, Nuffield Trust