Costing Your Service – East of England

Costing in the NHS is an overwhelming subject – and NHS accountants are frequently asked to cost services for numerous reasons: there are the costs of staff for annual budgeting; the costs of developments; the costs of tenders; the costs of services in NHS Reference Costs and the costs of changing services from one setting or clinical model to another. I run the event Costing Your Service regularly and always enjoy the feedback. Sometime, like today the audience is a financial one and so it is good to see how NHS finance staff incorporate the new knowledge and understanding into their roles.

Comments included:

Delivery was excellent – good mix of exercises and tutor led.
Hannah Dart – Head of Financial Analysis, Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

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5 Comments for “Costing Your Service – East of England”

Alan Sharples (Finance Manager)

says:

This was a very good workshop and worthwhile as a basis for being able to cost a service. Excellent.

Michelle Barnes (Head of Acute Commissioning (Finance))

says:

Very engaging and interactive, excellent facilitator – made what was potentially a uninteresting subject very interesting and engaging.

Julia Castleman (Finance Manager)

says:

Very interesting. It has made me think more about implications and effects of costs.

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