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Board Membership

Members of the Health & Social Care Board are listed below.

Michael Brodie (Chair) – NHS Business Services Authority

Lee Outhwaite (Vice Chair) – Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Mark Ash – Velindre NHS Trust

David Ellcock – Future Focused Finance

Andrew Ficinski – Department of Health and Social Care

Richard Harbord – CIPFA Council

William House – Surrey County Council

Alison Hunt – Health Education England

John Jackson – ADASS/Local Government Association 

Emma Knowles – Healthcare Financial Management Association

John Matheson – Independent

Erica Meadus – Hampshire County Council 

Richard McCallum – The Scottish Government

Caroline Rassell – Independent

Cath Roff – ADASS/Leeds County Council

Ian Rose – Department of Health and Social Care

James Thomson – The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust

Kathy Wilcox  Oxfordshire County Council

Carolyn Williamson  CIPFA President 

Beverley Winter – ADASS Eastern Region  

Claire Yarwood Manchester Health & Care Commissioning

CIPFA

Bob Alexander – Associate Director for Health and Integration

Drew Cullen – Public Affairs Directorate

Eleanor Roy – Health & Social Care Policy Manager

Could you help CIPFA contribute to the future success of health and social care finance across the UK?

As a CIPFA Health & Social Care Board member, you could be at the forefront of making a success of CIPFA's strategy on health and social care 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 & Social Care Board helps to shape the Institute’s support to the Health and social care 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. 

Board 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 & Social Care Board, please contact Eleanor Roy, Policy Manager, Health & Social Care.