Helping NHS finance support the transformation of care through digital technologies
Digital technologies such as digital medicine, genomics, artificial intelligence and robotics have a huge potential to transform the delivery of healthcare.
These technologies can empower patients to participate actively in their care, with a greater focus on wellbeing and prevention. They also support the prediction of individual disease risk and personalise the management of long-term conditions.
The HFMA, supported by Health Education England, is delivering a 12-month programme of work to increase awareness amongst NHS finance staff about digital healthcare technologies, and enable finance to take an active role in supporting the use of digital technology to transform services and drive value and efficiency.
The programme will include briefings, roundtables, the Delivering Value with Digital Technologies Award, case studies, blogs, events, webinars, HFMA bitesize modules and much more. Below you'll find all the work that has been produced so far.
Below you'll find all the work that has been produced under this work stream so far. More information about what's planned can be found in the programme.
New HFMA bitesize online course: introduction to digital transformation
This course explores what digital technology is and how it can transform healthcare services. It also looks at how, by focussing on value, patients and the wider NHS can benefit from digital transformation. This course has been produced in partnership with Health Education England and is available for FREE to all NHS staff via ESR.