The Future of the Finance Function

Supported by PwC, we are carrying out research to help us to create a vision of how the NHS finance function could be shaped to meet our future challenges. There is significant change on the horizon for healthcare, from the way that we work as a system, to the technology that we use and what patients expect from the NHS.  There have also been huge advances in both the expectations and

#CIMA/CIPFA 4 T's series - Doing more with less

Learn about the 4 T;s of local government excellance; Transparency, Technology, Talent and Transformation.  Use this report as a guide to gain an understanding of the four keys areas that require careful planning and execution to enable effective performance management.  The transformation and Talent report align closesly to the guidance share in the outputs of our Future of Finance

General Practice: New Ways of Working

It is well evidenced and publicised that general practice is currently under serious financial pressure. Over recent years, GP workloads have increased substantially, becoming more complex, and have not been matched in terms of funding or increases to workforce. Enormous pressure is building around the sustainability of the current general practice model, and, more so now than ever, looking to new

Finance Staff Behavioural Skills Framework

Earlier this year we were asked by the Finance Leadership Council (FLC) to produce a piece of work, as part of our Workforce and Leadership delivery theme, to support all finance staff in helping them identify how they can best use their talents in NHS finance. Recognising that *how* we do our jobs is as at least as important as *what* we do, we have developed a