Healthcare strategy and regulation
Flint provides expert regulatory and strategy advice to clients in the healthcare sector. We advise boards and senior teams on how to achieve the best possible outcomes from mergers, commissioning initiatives and development of new models of care.
Our team has extensive experience of working across the industry, with government, arms-length bodies and regulators, representative bodies, clinicians, executives and investors. We are uniquely placed to help these different stakeholders understand the context in which the others operate and make sense of the complex regulatory regime.
Organising people, institutions and resources to deliver health and social care effectively is immensely challenging. We help organisations to identify opportunities, design and implement solutions to problems, quantify the benefits of action and navigate the complexities of health policy and the regulatory regime.
- Understand the regulatory regime that applies to health and care services
- Design and implement large scale transformation to achieve the best outcomes for patients, taxpayers and the local health system
- Engage constructively with government, regulators and other stakeholders in the health and care system, including preparing and reviewing formal submissions to regulators and other decision-makers
- Identify risks and opportunities from changing patterns of demand for health care services
- Respond to current priorities in health and care policy and regulation
Healthcare strategy and regulation team
Catherine joined Flint in 2018 to lead Flint’s healthcare work.
Prior to joining Flint, Catherine led the Competition and Cooperation team at NHS Improvement (and Monitor, its predecessor organisation). She has advised boards and senior teams on how to approach large scale transformation to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients, taxpayers and the local health system. Catherine also led NHS Improvement's work on patient choice policy and enforcement as well as its commissioning responsibilities. Earlier in her career she worked for the Competition Commission and for a City law firm.
Jonathan joined Flint in 2018. He provides strategic regulatory advice to NHS hospitals, private sector healthcare providers, health technology companies and purchasers of NHS care.
Before joining Flint, Jonathan worked for NHS Improvement (and its predecessor, Monitor). Jonathan had a senior role in NHS Improvement’s approach to NHS commissioning and procurement, patient choice and competition - in particular working with NHS organisations engaged in mergers, and commissioners and providers of NHS-funded services. Previously, Jonathan worked for the UK Competition Commission and for a City law firm.