Effective Clinical and Financial Engagement: A best practice guide for the NHS – November 2013

Posted on November 19, 2013. Filed under: Health Economics |

Effective Clinical and Financial Engagement: A best practice guide for the NHS – November 2013

Extract from the foreword

“Across England, NHS organisations are facing the challenge of delivering their commitments under the NHS Outcomes Framework within current financial constraints.

Finance managers have a critical role to play in this challenge but they cannot deliver it alone. It is clinicians ā€“ doctors, nurses and allied health professionals ā€“ who commit NHS resources and who need a greater understanding of the financial consequences of their actions.

In this context, many questions have been raised in the NHS. Not least, what do clinical and financial professionals need to be able to develop more productive partnerships? What are the barriers which the NHS needs to overcome, the key levers for engagement and the best practice steps for a way forward?

This best practice guide has been developed to answer these questions and to help promote and create engagement on a large scale between clinicians and finance professionals. It aims to help NHS organisations to seize the opportunity provided by the current financial challenges to develop new partnerships between their clinical and finance teams which are capable of cocreating added value.”

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