Welcome to One NHS Finance
One NHS Finance is a nationwide conversation to give everyone working in the finance community the opportunity to share current challenges and input into how we shape the future of the function.
The initial conversation was launched in September 2020, where 2,000 people logged in sharing over 14,500 contributions. Through analysing all the feedback, three key themes emerged about the need to develop our people, our community, and our systems and processes.
We listened to everything you told us and reflected this in a draft vision for our finance community and 5 commitments that we want to achieve in future. This second conversation ran for 3 weeks through February 2020. We have heard from 2000 people and recieved over 15,000 contributions about how to take these ideas forwards.
This conversation is now closed. You can read all the ideas and comments but you will not be able to add anything new. If you told us that you wanted to stay involved, then you will hear from us again.
Thank you to everyone who has participated in this conversation.
Together we are #OneNHSFinance
How it works
This online workshop is a safe, anonymous space where we can come together to co-create a shared vision for the NHS Finance function. We are seeking your input into key questions about how we can develop and grow our people, learn and innovate together and maximise the impact we can have on patients through our work.
Our online workshop is similar to a physical workshop but it’s more flexible and inclusive and means we can hear from everyone.
The online workshop is anonymous – your name is not attached to anything you share so you have the opportunity to be open, honest and frank in your feedback!
- You can join the online workshop from any smart device a PC, tablet or smartphone
- All NHS Finance staff are welcome to join the conversation
- You can visit the workshop as many times as you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at a time that suits you
- Everyone can read, rate and comment upon the ideas of others