Alastair McLellan has been the editor of HSJ, mostly, since 2002. He has overseen the launch of the award-winning HSJ Intelligence and HSJ Solutions and the move to make HSJ a purely digital service. Under Alastair’s leadership HSJ has been named specialist information service of the year three times since 2010.
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There will be “significant changes to the architecture of the NHS and its finances” in 2019-20, according to NHS Improvement chief executive Ian Dalton.
The HSJ100 was launched in 2005. Each year it seeks to rank those who will exercise the greatest influence over the English NHS and health policy during the next 12 months. It is always judged by some of the most knowledgeable and experienced figures in healthcare leadership.
This week: Johnny Mercer MP for Plymouth Moor View
This week: Luciana Berger, Labour MP for Liverpool Wavertree
HSJ editor Alastair McLellan says the health and social care secretary’s endorsement of Babylon Health risks undermining innovation efforts in the NHS.
Simon Stevens is a man on a mission – and that mission is to control expectations.
Before the NHS turns 70 on 5 July, the government will have revealed its broad ambitions for the “sustainable long term plan”.