The Finance Leadership Council (FLC) has agreed a new strategic direction to take Future Focused Finance through the next five years to 2022. The new strategy will see FFF working closely with the Skills Development Network to develop a diverse, appropriately skilled, adaptable and resilient finance function and workforce, to ensure value for money and quality services for patients in the NHS. Register to this webinar and learn:
David Ellcock, Programme Director at Future-Focused Finance
David is Programme Director for Future-Focused Finance (FFF), a role into which he was appointed in January 2014. FFF is an NHS-wide programme sponsored by NHS England, NHS Improvement, the Department of Health and Health Education England, which aims to improve financial decision making in support of high-quality patient services. FFF’s work is supported by a wide-ranging network of individuals from within the NHS.
Prior to moving to FFF, David was Manager of the Finance & Informatics Skills Development Network in the North West of England. While in this role he was instrumental in establishing the joint network between Finance and Informatics, which was the first of its kind across the NHS, and which delivers learning and development opportunities for staff from both professions.
David has worked in the NHS since joining as a graduate in 1988 and is a CIPFA qualified accountant with several years’ experience as a Director of Finance under his belt. He has long been interested in staff development and has been delighted to have the opportunity to work in various roles in this field since 2006. He is passionate about working to ensure that the finance function in the NHS is the best that it can be.
Outside work, David is heavily involved in hockey at both a national and international level. He is Chair of Selectors for England’s National Programme Umpiring Association; and Chair of the England Hockey Rules & Regulations Advisory Group. He is also an international technical official. In January this year he was Technical Delegate for the European Hockey Federation’s Men’s Indoor Championships in Antwerp.
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