Introduction to costing regional event (South) 2019

Introduction to costing regional event (South) 2019

18 September 2019

110 Rochester Row



About this event

This event will provide delegates with an introduction to costing, why we cost and will provide some insight into the costing process. You will hear about the National Cost Collections (formerly the Costing Transformation Programme) and the importance of accurate costing information to the wider NHS. The day will conclude with a case study example of how costing information can be used to help inform strategic decision making.

Why should you attend

Delegates should attend this event to learn about costing in the NHS, the NCC and hear how costing can support in making improvements to patient care and efficiencies. The event has been designed specifically for those new to costing or those that will benefit from an overview of costing and its role in the NHS.

Register today

To confirm your attendance or to check whether your organisation is a member of the Institute, please email Kirsty.Whittaker@hfma.org.uk.


Venue
Presentations

110 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1JP

Introduction to costing in the NHS
Sonal Pamar Amin, Finance Manager - SLR and PLICS, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

The changing landscape of costing in the NHS
Jack Hardman, Costing and Engagement Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Costing process in focus - reconciliation
Donna Pannell, Costing Improvements Manager, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Troubleshooting common technical challenges
Jack Hardman, Costing and Engagement Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement and Donna Pannell, Costing Improvements Manager, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Making the most of patient-level data
Helena Strong, Costing Project Accountant, Croydon Health Services NHS Trust