Dr Tim Wilson
Tim Wilson is the Managing Director of the Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare and has worked internationally, providing advice and support to Ministers of Health and their teams on large scale transformation programmes.
His expertise is specifically in clinical change, increasing value, and other aspects of health policy.
Tim was the youngest Fellow (by Assessment) of the Royal College of GPs. Tim went on to be the successful founding director of the GP Commissioning Resource Unit in the Oxford Region and the RCGP Quality Unit. After a Fellowship in Harvard with the Department of Healthcare Policy and IHI.
Tim then became a senior policy advisor at the Department of Health in England, working with Ministers and No 10. He then started at PwC, becoming a Partner in their health advisory practice. He went on to lead the UK PwC practice, growing it from the third largest firm, to become the most successful.
He has most recently been in the Middle East, leading the PwC practice to become the most successful advisory practice in the region.
Tim has published widely on quality and safety and most recently has published on the role of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare.