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Hugh Rogers

Locality: Twickenham, United Kingdom
Summary: Hugh is a urologist with a long track record in service improvement. As a Clinical Director throughout the 90s he led a series of award winning service redesign projects in his trust. From 1999 2005 Hugh held leadership roles in the Modernisation Agency, with the Cancer Collaborative and Booking programmes and the Improvement Partnership for Hospitals. Since 2005 he is a Senior Associate in the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement where he leads on Clinical Systems Improvement, a body of knowledge adapted from manufacturing improvement methods and operations management, such as Lean Thinking and Reliability engineering. He is expert on interventions to improve clinical reliability and safety and thereby reduce avoidable mortality in hospitals (see ). He is now leading the development of a new programme for the Institute: The Productive Operating Theatre. The aim of this is to use advanced quality improvement methods to achieve a step change in operating theatre performance across 4 dimensions: efficiency and value; safety and reliability; team dynamics and wellbeing; patient experience and clinical outcomes. For more information see
Current: Senior Associate at NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement Consultant Urologist at West Middlesex University Hospital Trust
Past: Clinical Director at NHS Modernisation Agency Director of Modernisation at West Middlesex University Hospital
Education:  St Bartholomews Hospital Medical School Medicine (1971-1974) 
 University of Cambridge  (1968-1971) 

Industry: Hospital & Health Care
Skills: Quality improvement in healthcare Reliability & Safety Reducing mortality Improving efficiency in operating theatres Public speaking
Experience: NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement (Hospital & Health Care industry): Senior Associate,   
West Middlesex University Hospital Trust (Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Hospital & Health Care industry): Consultant Urologist,  (1989-Present) Now very part time clinical comitment.
NHS Modernisation Agency (Hospital & ...
Interests: Engaging clinicians in quality improvement in healthcare, reducing avoidable mortality in hospitals, improving operating theatre performance
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, expertise requests, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Spreading good practice

Spreading good practice . HUGH ROGERS . Consultant Urologist. National Clinical Lead, Booked Admissions Programme . HELEN BEVAN . Director for Redesign