Issue : HSJ100
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Nick Seddon, deputy director at think tank Reform, writes an opinion piece in today’s Times on what this year’s HSJ100 list means for the health of the NHS.
HSJ100: Top 5 opinion formersSubscription
The Top 5 opinion formers in this year’s HSJ100 list.
HSJ100: Top 5 'inquirers' and regulatorsSubscription
This year’s Top 5 ‘inquirers’ and regulators in the HSJ100.
HSJ100: Top 5 chief executivesSubscription
The top NHS chief executives in this year’s HSJ100.
002 - Andrew LansleySubscription
Secretary of state for health (2010 ranking: 1)
005 - Jeremy HeywoodSubscription
Cabinet secretary, Number 10 Downing Street (New entry)
The HSJ100’s job is to predict who will wield the greatest influence over health policy and the NHS in the coming 12 months.
007 - Richard DouglasSubscription
Finance director, DH (2010 ranking: 52)
HSJ100: judging panel and processSubscription
The judging panel and process involved in this year’s HSJ100.
009 - Sir Andrew DillonSubscription
Chief executive, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2010 ranking: 17)