Covid Recovery Series: Episode 1

Ade Odunlade

In the first of D&D’s Covid-19 Recovery series, we are joined by Ade Odunlade, Director at Central North West London. The discussion covers the effect of Covid-19 on the BME community, opportunities for collaboration across the health system, the evolution of the workforce, the ripple effect of C-19 on the mental health of both the NHS and the general population, and finally as we begin to look forward – what recovery and restoration looks like. ‘What does C-19 recovery mean for Central and North West London? What is the drumbeat for mental health across the UK?’ For Ade’s answer and to join the conversation, please listen and use the hashtag #covidrevoverypod and get in touch @draperdash on Twitter.

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EPISODE #15

Andrew Morgan

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Andrew Morgan.

Andrew Morgan has been the Chief Executive Officer at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust since 2019. Prior to his time at United Lincolnshire Hospitals, Andrew spent 5 years at the Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust as CEO, and previous to that was appointed interim CEO at the East of England Ambulance Trust. Andrew is an experienced NHS leader recognised for setting clear strategic direction; changing cultures; building strong stakeholder relations & empowering/engaging staff to performance improvement.

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EPISODE #14

Marc Farr

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Marc Farr. Dr Marc Farr started his career at Experian, where he was head of public sector consulting. He went on to become head of development at Dr Foster, and was director of information at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust for nine years and is now their chief analytical officer. He is also founder and chief executive of Beautiful Information.

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EPISODE #13

John James OBE

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than John James OBE. John has 33 years of experience within the NHS including 4 CEO roles. He was Chair of the West London Cancer network (2002-2005) and Chair of the North West London Diabetes Network (2003-2004). As a senior civil servant for the Department of Health he served as Program Consultant on leadership for the NHS Next Stage Review and then as Deputy Director for the NHS Medical Director/Director General. He has been Chief Executive of the Sickle Cell Society for the last 5 years. In June 2018, John was awarded an OBE as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

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EPISODE #12

Barry Nee

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Barry Nee. Barry Nee has been the Chief Information Officer at Care UK, the country’s largest independent provider of Health and Social care services, since 2015, having first joined in May 2013 as Group Transformation Director. Prior to his time at Care UK, Barry spent 15 years at the global consultancy company Accenture, working both with health and public sector clients. Barry has developed extensive change and operational experience across several settings, including 3 years working with the NHS.

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EPISODE #11

Shirani Rajapaksa

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Dr Shirani Rajapaksa. Shirani is a clinical transformation specialist with extensive strategy experience in public and private sector environments on policy, ethical leadership development, system maturity and innovation. Background as a specialist doctor with strong facilitation and stakeholder engagement skills. Interested in public policy, leadership and civic engagement roles at a national, regional or system level, where strategic, innovation and leadership experience can be used to best effect for social impact.

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EPISODE #10

Eric Low

In D&D’s latest ‘Future of Healthcare’ series release, we are joined by Eric Low, Rare Disease Specialist. The discussion covers Eric’s thoughts on personalised medicine, rare diseases, the role of pharma in the future and more. Eric has worked in the field of medical research charities for over 20 years. He founded Myeloma UK in 1996, leading the organisation as Chief Executive until 2017. He currently specialises primarily in market access and evidence development strategies. Eric is committed and focused on improving patient outcomes and puts patients at the centre of everything he does.

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EPISODE #09

Steve Lash

In D&D’s latest ‘Future of Healthcare’ series release, our guest is non other than Mr Steve Lash, Medical Director of Optegra. The discussion covers Steve’s thoughts on the future of Ophthalmic care. Mr Lash joined Optegra Eye Hospital Hampshire in 2010. He is a Consultant Vitreo-retinal Surgeon (VR Surgeon) specialising in cataract, lens replacement, surgical retina, Retinal detachment, macular hole, epiretinal membrane and diabetes.

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EPISODE #08

Richard Corbridge

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Richard Corbridge. Richard has recently taken on the role at Boots as Director of Innovation where he has been tasked with Building on Boots’ vision for the future. Previously Chief Digital & Information Officer at Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust recognised as a national centre of excellence for specialist services such as paediatric and adult liver transplantation. At the end of 2017 Richard left his role in Ireland where he had been the Chief Information Officer

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EPISODE #07

IAN SMITH

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Ian Smith. Previously Chairman at Kings College and Executive Chairman of Four Seasons Heath Care and Chief Executive of the General Healthcare Group, Ian has an in-depth knowledge of the health care system and patient needs, especially in terms of acute, psychiatric and elderly care. With a career spanning healthcare, publishing, construction, strategy consulting and logistics, Ian Smith has over 40 years’ experience leading highly complex multinational companies.

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EPISODE #06

TINA SWANI

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Tina Swani. Tina has developed a successful career in the charity sector, currently working as Chief Executive of Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice. Before that, she was a Branch then Regional Director at the British Red Cross. Having held her current role since 2001, Tina has used her commercial acumen to oversee a huge increase in annual income, from £2million to £8million, raising more funds for the hospice’s vital work to reach more people.

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EPISODE #05

Rachel Dunscombe

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Rachel Dunscombe. Rachel Dunscombe has been Director of Digital for the broader NHS group since early 2017, with her attainment of global delivery exemplar status for the Salford Royal just one of a slew of outstanding achievements in the post. She is now showing just equal panache as chief executive officer of the NHS Digital Academy, to which she was appointed alongside her existing role.

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EPISODE #04

HARVEY MCENROE

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Harvey McEnroe. Harvey has worked in the NHS for the past 10 years, and has led service across unplanned, emergency and integrated care at a number of large hospital providers including Kings College NHS Foundation Trust, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust and St George’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Harvey currently holds the position of Chief Operating Officer at Medway NHS Foundation Trust.

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EPISODE #03

NATALIE DOUGLAS

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Natalie Douglas. Natalie has over 20 years of international experience in the healthcare sector having worked for companies such as Johnson & Johnson, IDIS and previously CEO of Healthcare at Home Ltd. Natalie holds the position of Non-Executive Director at California based Global Genes, one of the world’s leading rare disease patient advocacy organizations.

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EPISODE #02

PETER HOMA CBE

This week Orlando and Richard are joined by none other than Peter Homa CBE. Peter was the Chief Executive of the Commission for Health Improvement and was appointed as the Chief Executive of the new Healthcare Commission, he went on to become the Chief Executive of St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and has held the position of the first ever Chair at the NHS Leadership Academy until recently. Peter presently holds the position of Director General at the Defence Medical Services

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EPISODE #01

PROFESSOR STEPHEN SMITH

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Professor Stephen Smith. Prof Smith led the formation of the UK’s first Academic Health Science Centre at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and was its first CEO. He has served on the Boards of Great Ormond Street Hospital, the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, the National Healthcare Group, Singapore and the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.

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