Holly Krelle Principal Analyst
Organisation: Prime Minister’s Implementation Unit
- Harkness Fellowship
Holly is a Harkness Fellow, and Principal Analyst at the Prime Minister’s Implementation Unit, where her team drives the delivery of the prime minister’s top domestic priorities, identifying issues and conducting rapid research to intervene where policy is found to be off-track.
Holly leads on health work force analysis and digital technologies. Prior to joining the unit, Krelle worked as a senior analytical manager in NHS England, where her work included leading the evaluations of new digital models of primary care, such as Babylon GP at Hand.
She is a social researcher by profession and began her career at the research consultancy ICF International, where she led research and evaluation projects across health, social care, and education for the U.K. government and European Commission. She holds a first class degree in human sciences from the University of Oxford, and an M.Phil. in applied biological anthropology from the University of Cambridge.
H. Krelle, J. Dodson, L. Horwitz. Virtual Primary Care—Is Its Expansion Due to COVID-19 All Upside? JAMA Health Forum. 2020.