Simon Rollason is an NHS business intelligence and transformation manager with many years of experience across a wide range of verticals.

A key member of Highland Marketing’s industry advisory panel, Simon brings valuable industry knowledge that will helps the company to market clients’ solutions to the health service, with the ultimate aim of helping healthcare professionals deliver the best possible care to patients.

Simon is the programme manager for invoice validation and data management services at NHS England Midlands and East, where he is working to address contract management and information governance challenges and opportunities for a consortium of clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).

“Effective communication can help us to join-up health and social care, make it coherent and optimise resources. Without communication there will be no joining-up, and we will reinforce stovepipe mentalities and isolationist views. Without communication we will have disjointed and dysfunctional care.”

A little about Simon:
  • He started his professional life as a teacher before moving through the financial services and management consulting sectors and then making the transition into healthcare in 2009.
  • He has successfully transitioned a collaborative CCG procurement and business intelligence service to the new NHS operating landscape that came into being following the Health and Social Care Act in 2013.
  • When the opportunity arises he is a keen traveller and walker

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