Head of Health and Social Care
Robert is an award-winning healthcare policy specialist. He joined Policy Exchange in 2020 following seven years in consultancy where Robert advised private and third sector organisations across a range of issues including NHS estates, vaccinations, dementia, and genomics. He has degrees from the University of Oxford and the University of Exeter.
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by Robert Ede | Dec 24, 2021Related Content Early omicron data releases have given cause for cautious optimism. After January, the Government must seize back the agenda on health and social care. The news this week from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) that people infected with the...
by Robert Ede | Sep 10, 2021Related Content This week’s announcement of a health and social care levy was hugely significant. Much has been made of the impact on the taxation system: a 1.25 percentage point increase in national insurance contributions across employee earnings and employer wage...
by Robert Ede | Jul 22, 2021Related Content A realistic proposal for tackling the elective backlog The waiting list for elective treatment in the NHS in England has reached an unprecedented level. It is likely to become the defining NHS issue as we approach the next general election, and brings...
by Robert Ede | May 10, 2021Related Content The Wolfson Economics Prize 2021 asks entrants to show how they would design and plan new hospitals to radically improve patient experiences, clinical outcomes, staff wellbeing and integration with wider health and social care. More information about...
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