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  1. NHS providers should refer to this page for the latest updates on financial accounting and reporting. We also email updates to finance teams.

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  2. We’re taking steps to support NHS providers to reduce their agency staff bills and encourage workers back into substantive and bank roles. This will help ease the financial pressure facing the NHS.

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  3. The Model Hospital is a digital information service designed to help NHS providers improve their productivity and efficiency.

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  4. Part of: Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS

    Templates for software suppliers of healthcare costing systems and costing practitioners who are participating in 2017/18 PLICS cost collections.

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  5. Part of: Creating a culture of compassionate and inclusive leadership

    Sets out how providers should carry out developmental reviews of their leadership and governance using the well-led framework.

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  6. Guidance for NHS foundation trusts on producing their annual reports and accounts.

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  7. Help for NHS providers navigating their way through a transaction such as a merger or acquisition.

  8. This is an assessment of the relative performance of procurement departments in non-specialist NHS acute providers. It highlights where there are opportunities for improvement and which providers are setting an example, helping others identify improvement opportunities.

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  9. These resources will help you to forecast the finances, activity and workforce in your trust, sustainability and transformation plan (STP), integrated care system (ICS) or user defined system.

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  10. Part of: Trust accounts consolidation (TAC) data publications: background information

    Our accounts data for NHS providers for the financial year 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018.

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  11. Part of: Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS

    Costing Regional Forums are regular events bringing together costing practitioners

  12. Part of: Elective care: demand and capacity models

    This model will help you to understand the demand and capacity needs of services with a simple pathway.

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  13. This is an important opportunity for trusts to secure additional revenue and capital to support services and sites when housing growth places additional pressures on them. This needs to be closely co-ordinated to optimise outcomes.

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  14. Information about previous trust account consolidation data publications and our process for future data consolidations.

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  15. Part of: Elective care: demand and capacity models

    This model will help you understand the demand and capacity needs of services with a complex pathway.

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