Harpreet trained as a clinical doctor at King’s College London and Imperial College Business School and practiced as an academic trainee in East London.
Following this he did a Masters in Public Health (MPH) at Harvard University where he focused on international health policy and co-founded a digital health start-up.
Post MPH, Harpreet was a Deland Fellow in health policy and management at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a large academic medical centre in Boston.
Harpreet’s portfolio of work at NHS England includes implementing the National Diabetes Prevention Programme.
Drawing on his own experiences in the US, Dr Harpreet Sood, Senior Fellow to the NHS England Chief Executive, argues that digital health care initiatives must bring the workforce along with them if they are to succeed: Ron Heifetz, Professor of Public Leadership at Harvard, describes two types of change: technical change, which provides solutions to […]
The Senior Fellow to the Chair and Chief Executive’s Office of NHS England shares his thoughts on the Accelerated Access review interim report The Accelerated Access Review (AAR) interim report released today highlights the importance of harnessing innovation in the NHS to achieve better quality and improved outcomes for patients. The recommendations in the report […]
The Senior Fellow to the Chair and Chief Executive’s Office of NHS England explains how cutting edge ideas can be turned into reality: The notion of being bound by only what we know, and the confines of traditional thinking, are a deterrent to real and meaningful innovation. The concept of innovation labs or innovation hubs […]
The Senior Fellow to the Chair and Chief Executive’s Office of NHS England gives an update on the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NDPP) Provider Information Day and explains why it is so important to future health care: The NHS Five Year Forward View has suggested different approaches are needed to ensure the future sustainability […]