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Income analyst

Role: NHS Band 7 Senior Analyst - Income and Commissioning

Location: East Midlands - hybrid working

Type: 3-6 months

Pay: £220 a day inside

Senior Income Analyst required to join a fast paced NHS organisation based in East Midlands.

As a Senior Income Analyst you will:

  • Ensure all month end processes are undertaken and are effective and efficient, maintaining the business rules, SLAM system and reconciling this to the ledger
  • Be responsible for the communication of the income position to stakeholders, the Head of Income & Commissioning and operational leads
  • Take a leading role in supporting the contract challenge process, adhering to national timescales, and working with the information department and the services to form a timely response and highlighting any risks to the reported income position
  • Ensure that the Trust is compliant with the Contract and where not help quantify the potential risks and liabilities and liaise with IT, Information and Directorate Managers to ensure Contract Compliance from a Finance perspective
  • Be responsible for adherence to SUS deadlines for PbR activity and non-PbR activity, and SUS to SLAM reconciliations
  • Provide additional support to Business, Finance Managers and Budget Holders relating to PbR, contractual changes and business cases where appropriate
  • Identify areas where the Trust is under coding or not coding at all
  • Utilise PBR guidance to maximise Trust Revenue
  • Identify potential areas of increased revenue for the Trust
  • Train DMs, FMs and CDs in areas of contract compliance
  • Drive an improved understanding and management of activity/income across the Trust and support the Finance Managers in taking this forward
  • Be responsible for the provision of data to support negotiations and responses to challenges from Commissioners
  • Provide input and support for the production of the annual plan for Income in line with agreed contracts and liaising with Operational and Finance Managers to agree activity plans submissions
  • Monitor processes to ensure information quality, service to internal and external customers and governance is continually improved
  • Provide additional support to Business, Finance Managers and Budget Holders relating to PbR, contractual changes and business cases where appropriate.
  • Be Responsible for data validation and data tracking for private patients.

Required skills and experience of the Finance Officer:

  • NHS experience
  • Experienced user of SLAM
  • Excellent knowledge of PbR
  • Competent in excel, handling large quantity of data

If you believe you have the necessary skills, ambition and experience for the Finance Officer role, please apply now, or contact Jessi Pabla at Sellick Partnership. With the department workload increasing due to success of the organisation, my client is looking for a relatively quick appointment.

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