With over 325 staff nationally, HBS Finance provide key financial and business services to customers across the HSE. We are also a key stakeholder in the Finance Reform Programme in the HSE which will transform our financial systems and ways of working over the next 10 years. Our current team structure and services include:
HBS Payroll Services currently manage the payment of HSE staff and pensioners either directly or through sourced support services. HSE gross to net payroll is currently processed via nine HBS centres based on appropriately authorised input received from HR, Line Managers, Returning Officers, etc. We currently provide for the payment of 89,200 HSE staff and 38,200 pensioners. A payroll service is also provided to Tusla's 4,400 employees. Approximately 2.7m payslips are issued annually.
Our service provision is a combination of HBS direct provision and external contracting arrangements with private providers. However all payroll services are co-ordinated and managed by our payroll team who consistently deliver to the highest standard.
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HBS Payment Services provides invoice payment services to the HSE and its external customer Tusla. Payment Services currently processes in excess of 2.3 million invoices annually with a value of €3.6bn.
Payment Services is responsible for processing payments for all HSE invoices nationally (including National Capital), across 6 regional financial systems located in Dublin, Kilkenny, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Tullamore.
Payment Services also has a training unit dedicated to providing SAP "Purchase to Pay" (P2P) training for Eastern Region users and Invoice Capture Solution training.
HBS Income Services Group provides a suite of monthly national income reports, key performance metrics and centralised reporting across all 48 statutory and voluntary acute hospitals. The key categories of income include Private Charges, Inpatient charges, Emergency Department and Road Traffic Accidents.
Our group supports the generation and collection of patient income across all statutory and voluntary acute hospitals at national level by providing business intelligence and decision support to Corporate Finance and Acute Hospitals.
HBS Income Services with the support of the Office of the CIO co-ordinate the roll out, integration and maintenance of “Claimsure”. This system has been successfully implemented at all public acute hospitals and enables the complete management of the private insurance claims process, the timely submission of all relevant documentation to the appropriate Health Insurance Provider and facilitates appropriate follow up to ensure prompt payment of claims.
HBS General Accounting is responsible for the provision of financial support for the following key services on behalf of our HSE Customers including subsumed Agencies and TUSLA (Child & Family Agency) and Children's Health Ireland.
All Capital related processes are carried out through HBS in Dublin on behalf of Corporate Capital Section. Capital/Asset Accounting account for all transactions and are responsible for the Fixed Asset Note within the Annual Financial Statements. The estimated budget for Capital projects is approximately €600 million per annum.
Produce first draft of the Annual Financial Statements and relevant notes to the Accounts for 7 Company Codes on behalf of HBS customers within required Corporate deadlines.
Receipting information and the reconciliation of 41 receipting locations with an approximate value of €1.5bn annually and the preparation of associated debtor reconciliations, journal processing, and the preparation of 16 bank reconciliations.
Provide SAP technical and transactional support to approximately 4,400 SAP users across three instances of SAP ERP including CFI(Corporate Financial Intelligence) reporting solution.
HBS Financial Reporting currently provide to our HBS Corporate customers the following Management Accounting transaction processing services: which include monthly processing of accruals, prepayments, budget uploads production of the monthly IMRs (Integrated Management Reports).
The department is also responsible for management and operation of the national Consolidated Financial Intelligence Solution (CFI). CFI is the main financial reporting tool for the HSE within the National Finance Division which captures the financial monthly data of the legacy systems from all Statutory and Voluntary Agencies of HSE into one repository. It produces consistent data through a common suite of reports built on a single chart of accounts and enterprise structure across the Health Service including Corporate, Directorate, Community Healthcare Organisations, Hospital Groups and Health Business Services.
Business Support Services
Business Support Services provides local and national business intelligence reporting and data automation solutions to HBS and the HSE. Business Support Services supports HBS Finance activities including the provision of project management services.
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