An engineer by training, Harry founded GP Access in 2011 after discovering some GPs who had invented a new system, and producing the evidence of its astonishing effects. With interests in research, analysis and systems thinking, he is fascinated by how things work and could work better. Sadly he is never satisfied and keeps coming up with new ideas. He promises to stop when there are no more problems. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the European Forum for Primary Care EFPC.
Ian is an established leader, manager and consultant with a track record in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. He is an adept facilitator and enjoys the challenge of change. He has worked in NHS primary care with GPs, dentists, optometrists and pharmacists and understands their challenges. Ian’s principal hobby is singing as a soloist and in professional choirs. He has two sons.
Debbie started her career in HR and worked as an HR Business Partner in the Pharmaceutical Industry for several years. She is also a qualified Personal Development Coach and Counsellor and has experience of working in the administrative section of the NHS. Debbie is very organised and enjoys supporting Harry and the Team as well as our clients. She enjoys gardening, fell walking and singing in local choirs.
Dr Adrian Stavert-Dobson is the Managing Partner of Safehand Consulting Limited and an expert on the safe implementation of health technology. Formerly Head of Clinical Risk Management at BT Global Services, Adrian has operated as a SCCI 0129 Clinical Safety Officer for ten years overseeing the risk assessment of national health IT systems. In 2016 he published the world’s first book on the subject. Adrian is a medical doctor, computer programmer and health informatician. In his spare time he enjoys singing in a choir, musical arranging and photography.
Steve is an experience data scientist with a long track record of analysis and data visualisation in healthcare. He has supported improvement programmes in both the NHS and Irish health services with focussed analysis of key datasets. He supported the development and initial achievement of the 4hr A&E tree in England, the reconfiguration of London's stroke and major trauma services, and has designed performance dashboards for a variety of NHS organisations. His key interests are using and visualising data to drive improvement and change. He wishes he could use data to show that Arsenal's performance was better than it is.