Costing conference 2022

Costing conference 2022

13 April 2022

Online - 09:20 - 16:30



About this event

The Institute’s annual costing conference provides the NHS with the latest developments and guidance in NHS costing, as well as increasing awareness of the collaborative approach needed to truly harness the power of data. The day included interactive workshops, case study examples, and policy updates.

This was a must-attend conference for those looking for support to meet costing requirements, and the day was aimed at healthcare costing professionals and those not in a costing role but with an interest in the costing agenda.

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All presentation and video content from this event can be found under the relevant tabs below. If you have any issues accessing the content, please email
lucy.hart@hfma.org.uk.

Further information

This event was originally planned as a hybrid event, however, in light of the recent increase in Covid cases and the lack of predictability for the coming weeks, we made the decision to move the conference completely online. We felt it was the safest decision to protect the health of speakers, delegates, and staff. The event was held via the Hopin online event platform.

Please note that face-to-face events are still subject to Covid-19 guidance, public safety and delegate interest. Therefore, HFMA reserves the right to move the event to an online only format (up until) two weeks prior to the event. We will notify all delegates registered of any change, and please bear this in mind if booking non-refundable travel tickets.


Presentations
Videos

Please see below for the presentations from the event. Please note that slides are only available if we have had the speaker’s permission.

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Please note: Only delegates from organisations who are members of the Healthcare Costing for Value Institute have access to this content. Or if you purchased non-member tickets for this event you can also access the links. For more information on how and why to become an organisation member of the Institute, please click here.

National Update
Chris Walters, Director of Pricing and Costing, NHS England and NHS Improvement and Helen Laing, Deputy Director of Costing, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Understanding the value of data - we do not have permission to share these slides
James Reed, Chief Clinical Information Officer and Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Health inequalities and costing
Mary Hill, Head of Policy – Health Inequalities Improvement and Ranjit Senghera, National lead for Equality and Health Inequalities, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Workshop A – Exploring readmission trends using PLICS data – we do not have permission to share these slides
Jennifer Pennell, Head of Corporate Finance, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Workshop B – How do we measure value in mental health?
Keiley Gardner, Finance Manager – Reporting and Costing, North East London NHS Foundation Trust and Sheelagh Carr, Head of Costing, Systems and Projects, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Workshop C – Using data to improve service delivery
Sarah McQuarry, Finance Systems & Costing Accountant, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust

Panel session: The role of costing in supporting financial sustainability – there were no slides used for this session
Paul Sheldon, Chief Finance Officer, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust; Claire Wilson, Chief Finance Officer, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Duncan Orme, Acting Chief Finance Officer, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust; and Dr Clara Day, Interim Clinical Lead, Birmingham and Solihull ICS

Creating a data-driven funding model to address population need and reduce inequalities
Nicci Briggs, Executive Director of Finance, Contracting and Governance at Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland CCGs

Please see below for a selection of the session recordings from the event.

Please ensure that you are logged into the HFMA website with either your member or affiliate login before clicking any of the links to the videos. To log-in please click here.

If you do not have a membership login with the HFMA, please click here where you can create a free affiliate login. When you are logged into the website with your new account, you will be able to access the videos below.

Please note: Only delegates from organisations who are members of the Healthcare Costing for Value Institute have access to this content. For more information on how and why to become an organisation member of the Healthcare Costing for Value Institute, please click here.

Health inequalities and costing
Mary Hill, Head of Policy – Health Inequalities Improvement and Ranjit Senghera, National lead for Equality and Health Inequalities, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Workshop C – Using data to improve service delivery
Sarah McQuarry, Finance Systems & Costing Accountant, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust

Panel session: The role of costing in supporting financial sustainability
Paul Sheldon, Chief Finance Officer, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust; Claire Wilson, Chief Finance Officer, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Duncan Orme, Acting Chief Finance Officer, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust; and Dr Clara Day, Interim Clinical Lead, Birmingham and Solihull ICS

Creating a data-driven funding model to address population need and reduce inequalities
Nicci Briggs, Executive Director of Finance, Contracting and Governance at Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland CCGs