Draper & Dash Podcasts

Bringing you conversations between D&D executives and some of today’s greatest innovators and leaders in the healthcare industry.

Episode #01

Episode 1: Professor Stephen Smith

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Professor Stephen Smith. Prof Smith led the formation of the UK’s first Academic Health Science Centre at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and was its first CEO. He has served on the Boards of Great Ormond Street Hospital, the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, the National Healthcare Group, Singapore and the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.

Episode #02

Episode 2: Peter Homa CBE

This week Orlando and Richard are joined by none other than Peter Homa CBE. Peter was the Chief Executive of the Commission for Health Improvement and was appointed as the Chief Executive of the new Healthcare Commission, he went on to become the Chief Executive of St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and has held the position of the first ever Chair at the NHS Leadership Academy until recently. Peter presently holds the position of Director General at the Defence Medical Services

Episode #03

Episode 3: Natalie Douglas

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Natalie Douglas. Natalie has over 20 years of international experience in the healthcare sector having worked for companies such as Johnson & Johnson, IDIS and previously CEO of Healthcare at Home Ltd. Natalie holds the position of Non-Executive Director at California based Global Genes, one of the world’s leading rare disease patient advocacy organizations.

Episode #04

Episode 4: Rachel Dunscombe (Unreleased)

This week on the podcast your hosts Orlando Agrippa and Richard Parker, CEO and COO at Draper & Dash Healthcare Analytics are joined by none other than Rachel Dunscombe. Rachel has been Director of Digital for the broader NHS group since early 2017. She is now chief executive officer of the NHS Digital Academy, to which she was appointed alongside her existing role.