HEFMA tackles the big issues facing E&F in new strategy

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The workforce, sustainability, compliance and digitalisation are the four key themes of HEFMA’s new strategy, which sets out the work programme for the association to 2025.

This new strategy has been released after months of consultation with members through the Branch network. It is intended as a fluid strategy to reflect the pace of change in the provision of healthcare and enable the association to react to new and unforeseen challenges or circumstances, regulations and national guidance. As such, the strategy will be reviewed annually and refocused, if that is deemed to be necessary, within the five-year period.

There can be little doubt that the four key themes that have been identified, with input from the wider membership as well as consideration of the national agenda as set out by NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE/I), each reflect significant issues facing the provision of healthcare. In fact, these are such big topics that HEFMA’s challenge will be to focus on activities that it can deliver and aspects where its actions can influence and support the wider national agenda. 

To read the full story, see the November/December issue of HEFMA Pulse. Click here to be redirected.

Members can access the full Strategy document in the Knowledge section of this website. Click here to be redirected. (You must be logged in).



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