Programme Director for Improvement Analytics Unit
Improvement analytics unit (IAU)
Organisation: NHS England
Martin is the Programme Director for Improvement Analytics Unit and Senior Analytical Lead, NHS England.
Martin has been the Programme Director of the Improvement Analytics Unit, a partnership between the Health Foundation and NHS England, since March 2016. He leads a team of highly skilled analysts from the two organisations to develop the capability in the NHS to use routine data sets and advanced analytical methods to improve decision making in health and social care.
Martin joined NHS England in 2015 from the Department of Health where he was a policy and programme management professional in Adult Social Care for three years.
Martin completed an MSc Operational Research at Southampton University and has significant experience of applying analysis to support decision makers in defence, consultancy and the public sector.
- Member of the Operational Research and Evaluation Society
- School Governor
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