Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Sue Jacques: managing demand on secondary care - the finance perspective This content relates to the following topics: Access to care NHS finances Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Sue Jacques, President of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, discusses managing demand on secondary care from a finance manager's perspective.This item was recorded at our 2012 conference: Managing demand on secondary care.Related contentVideoCandace Imison: what's the evidence for managing demand on secondary care? Candace Imison looks at opportunities to manage demand on secondary care and the barriers to success. VideoLinda Patterson: reducing demand on secondary careLinda Patterson gives a first hand account of attempts to introduce initiatives and policies to reduce demand on secondary acute care.VideoErik Sande: demand management - how health care technology helps Erik Sande looks at the role technological innovation can play in managing demand for secondary care. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Press release Half of NHS areas planning to cancel or delay spending because of financial pressures The NHS is now planning to delay or cancel spending in half of local areas this year to meet financial targets, according to The King’s Fund’s latest quarterly monitoring report. Report Understanding NHS financial pressures: how are they affecting patient care? Severe financial pressures on the NHS show no signs of easing, but how are they affecting patient care? Free event How are financial pressures affecting patient care? Completed project The impact of NHS financial pressures on patient care This project explores whether the unprecedented slowdown in NHS funding growth since 2010 has affected patients' access to high-quality care, and whether financial pressures are felt differently in different parts of the health system.