Sir Muir Gray


Better Value Healthcare

Sir Muir Gray is the Director of Better Value Healthcare (BVHC), which seeks to increase value for individual patients and populations by systems development and culture change.

He previously led the RightCare project for the Department of Health and was the Co-Director of the NHS Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention programme, a national strategy involving all NHS staff, patients, clinicians and the voluntary sector which aims to improve the quality and delivery of NHS care while reducing costs to make £20 billion efficiency savings between 2014 and 2015.

Sir Muir Gray has worked in public health for 35 years. He pioneered Britain's breast and cervical cancer screening programme, and became the Director of the UK National Screening Programme. He set up The National Library for Health and was Director of Clinical Knowledge, Process and Safety for the NHS. He was knighted in 2005 for services to the NHS.

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