My expertise is in the management of healthcare systems; this includes management decision making, priority setting and the structure of patient journeys. I work with payers, hospitals, life sciences/pharmaceutical companies, governments and professional organisations.
I am also a research fellow at University of Kent (UK) in health services research.
I have extensive experience working with leaders in industry and government, in often challenging circumstances. I write a few, well-cited papers as well as readable and actionable reports for demanding clients, design and run effective workshop and make interesting and forward thinking presentations.
I have also worked with colleagues in a broad spectrum of clinical settings and on a wide range of health conditions including neurology, oncology, cardiology, psychiatry, rehabilitation, etc. on topics such as pain management, long term/chronic health, home care, nursing homes and programmes by industry in these areas, such as CPD, and support to payers. This also includes foresight studies, policy and business options and market access.
I have direct experience in healthcare provision at McMaster University, and the affiliated academic health sciences centre, Hamilton Health Sciences. I have lectured and presented at in Europe and North America and have commercial experience founding/co-founding a number of companies. I have worked on healthcare, government and industry challenges in over a dozen countries.
With colleagues, I founded Eden Communications Ltd to launch Living Health, the world’s first digital interactive television channel for health.
My post-graduate work included mathematical logic and its application in reasoning and how we structure our ideas — think how we frame our strategic objectives, the models we build to capture our objectives and the measures we use to assess success.