Strengthen your grasp of financial principles to enhance the financial performance of your Healthcare Organisation.
This course is designed to help you imbibe good time management practices for improved productivity, wellbeing and career satisfaction.
In this highly interactive online workshop, our expert facilitators and resource guest speaker(s) present the key principles for good financial management in healthcare settings and show you how to manage your organisation's financial resources more effectively. You will have the opportunity to engage in forum discussions, quizzes, interactive exercises, and also explore a multi-case study that addresses practical issues within the healthcare context including:
As a participant, this course will help you understand:
Programme Lead, Private Sector Engagement (PSE), Health Strategy and Delivery Foundation (HSDF)
Healthcare business management and advisory, audit and business assurance, risk management, private equity investment, IT and financial advisory.
In his capacity as PSE Lead, Adesola engages with over 100 Medical Directors of private hospitals to support and strengthen their governance, financial management systems as well as their succession planning initiatives. He also serves as an Investment Director with Flint Atlantic Capital, a healthcare focused impact investment firm with footprint across Africa.
Prior to joining HSDF, Adesola served as the Group Chief Financial & Operations Officer of Echolily Investments LLC, a healthcare group with interest in multi-specialist hospitals, pharmaceuticals and medical consumables, and diagnostic imaging services.
He was a key member of the executive management team that managed the Africa Health Fund’s investment in the Group, growing the business from a single location to 5 centers across 3 states and tripling the Group’s revenue over 3 years.
Adesola was an investment executive with the Abraaj Group (formerly Aureos Capital) where he an active member of the team that managed over $160m investments in companies across West Africa; implementing various controls and managing financial and investment risks to ensure business integrity and performance.
He also worked as a Senior Consultant with the Audit and Business Assurance division of KPMG Professional Services.
He holds a BSc in Computer Science and he is fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN). He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and the International Health Economics Association (iHEA).
All professionals in the healthcare space with supervisory, management, or executive -level responsibility including:
At the end of this workshop, participants will be equipped with templates, tips, and a repertoire of other resources they can readily apply to improve their organisation's financial performance.
This course will help you:
The Financial Management workshop curriculum actively engages participants through the use of group discussions, interactive exercises, and case studies to address practical issues that require attention in healthcare organisations such as:
Programme highlights include:
In a year and half since I attended the HFM workshop, my facility has recorded a 100% increase in facility treatments. Our profit margin has increased and we have taken intentional steps to minimize our losses. Secondly, I can now pick out accounting errors even as a non-finance healthcare professional
Dr. Selma Yahaya-Pam, Medical Director,
Nisa Reproductive Health Centre, Kaduna, Nigeria
I wish I had known the things I learnt at HFM 10 years ago. Things would have turned out much better for my facility
Dr. Olajuwon Alabi, CMD South Shore Women's and Children's Hospital, Lagos Nigeria