Birmingham University, professor of health policy involved in NHS reform. He served as an adviser to the World Bank and WHO. Criticised by the Britrish Medical Journal for denying that government policies 'are guided by a....... hidden agenda which, through a series of incremental steps, will result in more private involvement in the financing and delivery of health services.' Spoke at IPPR conference on the benefits of privatisation. 
Formerly with the King's Fund Institute.
- Associate Parliamentary Health Group - Advisory Panel