Mike Delaney

Mike has led numerous high profile health service and system reconfiguration projects in the UK and Canada, including the dimensions of clinical service design and human resource and facilities planning. His work has also included innovative joint venture arrangements with the private sector around specific services, the merger of institutions and the creation of new Boards and governance frameworks. He has also developed in-depth knowledge of health informatics and healthcare information governance and has led the development of innovative frameworks and services in this field.

Mike has extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry where he has advised on product development and pricing and market access strategies across a range of therapy areas including oncology, respiratory, cardio-vascular disease, CNS and vaccines.

Mike has been a non-executive member of the Board of the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) one of the largest CCGs in the NHS. He has a leadership role in developing the governance framework across the whole health and care system in Oxfordshire, working closely with the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and the County Council. In particular, he is involved in a range of transformational initiatives including the development of an Accountable Care System model, the development and implementation of a new Primary Care Framework, the development of the systems eHealth strategy and digital roadmap and the workforce strategy.

He is also a member of the Clinical Innovation Adoption Oversight Group of the Oxfordshire Academic Health Science Network.