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Paul Bate – Innovation Forum 2016 – Leaders Conference Speakers

Dr Marek Tyl Written by Dr Marek Tyl
Published on 06 September 2016
2 min. read

We are delighted to announce our speakers line-up for the Innovation Forum 2016 conference. Follow us to keep up to date as we introduce our eminent speakers.

Paul Bate
Photo: Paul Bate, Director of NHS Services, Babylon

Paul Bate joined babylon in July 2016 and leads babylon’s work with the NHS

Paul has been at the centre of policy and delivery on health for the last ten years, having worked at 10 Downing Street, the Cabinet Office and the Care Quality Commission as well as advising numerous NHS trusts, GP practices and commissioners. 

Paul joins babylon from the Care Quality Commission, where he was a full Board Member and Executive Director of Strategy and Intelligence. He held national system roles including leading the Data and Outcomes domain of the Paperless 2020 programme. He was a member of the NHS Finance and Efficiency Board, New Models of Care Board and National Quality Improvement and Leadership Development group. 

Prior to CQC, Paul worked at Downing Street for the Coalition Government, where he was the senior policy adviser on health and social care to both the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister. He also worked for the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit under the last Labour government, where he led the health team and ran national reviews on cancer, elective waiting times, long term conditions and healthcare acquired infections. 

Paul has a strong background in strategy, finances and organisational design, including working for consultants McKinsey & Company and as a director of 2020 Delivery. He achieved his doctorate in particle physics from the University of Manchester in 1999.

For a complete schedule and to secure your tickets please visit our Innovation Forum 2016 – Leaders Conference page (www.inno-forum.org/conference/)

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