Your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by guests from within the healthcare sector to discuss and share on healthcare issues current, past and present but always trying to answer the question of what healthcare will look like in the future.
Covid Recovery Series: Ade Odunlade (EP1)
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.
Ade is a mental health professional with extensive experience in clinical leadership, clinical transformation, workforce development, learning & development, and senior management roles gained over the last 25 years. He has a wide range of qualifications and experience as a professional in Medical Sociology, Sex & Couple Therapy, Mental Health, Economics, Communications, Project Management, Coaching, Medication Management, Medical Law, Epidemiology & Statistics, Business Administration, Computing and Healthcare Leadership.
Episode 15: Andrew Morgan
This week on the podcast, your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other Andrew Morgan, the Chief Executive Officer at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, since 2019. With the value of the NHS being seen as a people business, today we speak to Andrew on how he sees the future of the NHS as a people business and we hear his thoughts on the effect a well-led workforce has on improving outcomes within a hospital setting. Andrew also shares some valuable insights from his time as a leader in the NHS, which spans nearly 20 years, and we hear his thoughts on the importance of empowering staff to enable performance improvement.
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.
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.
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.
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.