Members of the Health Panel are listed below.
Bob Alexander (Chair) – NHS Trust Development Authority
Mark Day – Community Health Partnerships
David Allcock – Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Partnership Trust
Mark Ash – Caerphilly Local Health Board
Kate Harrison – Care Quality Commission
Helen Berry – Ealing Hospital NHS Trust
Dipixa Bhundia – 360 Assurance
Mike Burns – NHS Birmingham East and North
Caroline Clarke - Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust
Rupert Davies – Chair, Health TIS
Claire Gravil – independent consultant
Alison Hunt – NHS Yorkshire and the Humber
Sotiris Kyriacou – NHS London
John Matheson – Scottish Government Health Department
Kate Mathers – National Audit Office
Don Richards – North Middlesex University Hospital
Andy Hardy – University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
Bill Shields – Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Stanley Taggart – Belfast City Hospital Trust
Hardev Virdee – Wandsworth CCG
Jennifer Howells NHS England
Paul Simpson – Stafford & Surrounds and Cannock Chase CCGs
Matthew Cripps – NHS England
David Ellcock – Programme Director, Future-Focused Finance
Peter Mayne – student representative
Eifion Williams – Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
Carl Shoben – Monitor
Paul Carey-Kent - (Secretary) – CIPFA
As a CIPFA Health Panel member, you could be at the forefront of making a success of CIPFA's strategy on health finance, influencing the Institute’s work from the grassroots.
The production and dissemination of relevant advice, events and information materials for members and their employers is at the core of CIPFA's professional activities and our Health Panel volunteers enable us to build and maintain our influence by underpinning this process.
Our Health Panel helps to shape the Institute’s support to the Health finance profession by responding to government consultation papers, exposure drafts and discussion documents issued by other professional bodies, working closely with colleagues from a variety of different backgrounds, helping to keep you up to date with the rapid pace of change in today's NHS and related public services. CIPFA’s pan-public service perspective and connections in fields such as social care and welfare, housing, local government, charities and social enterprise underpin our ability to keep the health finance profession up to speed on developments that can assist practitioners’ own work and the success of their organisations.
Panel membership involves attendance at, or dial-in participation to, meetings (three meetings are held each year) and providing feedback to CIPFA staff on health-related pieces of work between meetings.
If you are working in, or with, the NHS finance profession and are interested in seeking membership of the CIPFA Health Panel, please contact Paul Carey-Kent,
Policy Manager, Health Social Care & Welfare Reform, Paul Carey-Kent.