Tim Horton Assistant Director (Insight & Analysis)

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Tim Horton

Tim Horton joined the Health Foundation in December 2015 as an Associate Director. His role is focussed on identifying and communicating the insights and learning from the Health Foundation’s programmes, as well as supporting the spread of health care innovation and improvement.

From 2011 to 2015, Tim was health policy adviser to the Leader of the Opposition, the Rt Hon Ed Miliband MP, and Head of Public Services at the Labour Party. He also convened the independent Taskforce on Mental Health in Society, whose report The Mentally Healthy Society was published in January 2015. Prior to this, Tim was Research Director at the Fabian Society, where he published research in several areas of social and economic policy. In 2005 he was a special adviser at the Department of Trade & Industry and prior to that a policy adviser on science and innovation policy at HM Treasury.

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Latest articles

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Enabling service transformation in practice: reflections on the Wade-Gery review

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Will the Wade-Gery review enable the NHS to make a leap forwards on tech and data? Tim Horton...

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A complex patchwork of programmes

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The Health Foundation’s Improvement team share some findings from their mapping of the health care...

Research report

Switched on

Research report

Analysis exploring the opportunities for automation and AI in health care and the challenges of...

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Patients and machines: does technology help or hinder empathy and person-centred care?

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Tim Horton and Tom Hardie explore empathy and person-centredness in the context of technology and AI...

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Three key quality considerations for remote consultations

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COVID-19 has led to the rapid roll-out of remote consultations in order to meet social distancing...

Newsletter blog

Making new technologies work for everyone

Newsletter blog

While automation has been with us since the Industrial Revolution, recent advances in artificial...

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The human chemistry of trust, relationships and shared understandings

Newsletter blog

Reshaping care on the ground requires teams to come together across sectors and work differently....

Learning report

The improvement journey

Learning report

A learning report explaining why improvement in health care matters, and how to get started in your...

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Understanding the spread challenge

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For several years now, the Health Foundation has supported teams to spread innovation and...

Research report

The spread challenge

Research report

This report shines a light on the challenges facing the NHS in improving the uptake of new ideas and...

Journal article

Overcoming Challenges in Codifying and Replicating Complex Health Care Interventions

Journal article

The complex nature of many health care interventions poses challenges for successful replication....

Research report

Against the odds: Successfully scaling innovation in the NHS

Research report

This report from the Innovation Unit and the Health Foundation calls for new approaches to scaling...

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The importance of empathy

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‘We talk about the federal deficit, but we don’t talk enough about the empathy deficit’ said Barack...

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Finding innovative solutions to health care challenges in remote areas of the UK

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Since the Health Foundation began running improvement programmes a decade ago, we’ve supported...

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Spreading improvement: nobody said it was easy

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Spreading innovation and improvement has always been recognised as a challenge when it comes to...

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