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Rodney P Jones

Statistical Advisor Healthcare Analysis & Forecasting

Rod has a B.Sc. (Hon) in Microbiology/Biochemistry and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering (Biochemical); is a chartered management accountant (ACMA, CGMA). His career outside the NHS covers 7 years in academia (Biochemical Engineering) and 10 years in industry as a group process development engineer, and general manager of an international laboratory proficiency testing organisation. He has over 23 years’ experience in healthcare. Healthcare Analysis & Forecasting (HCAF) was established in 1995. A disease management study in gastrointestinal bleeding & ulcers won an international award within Glaxo plc. In 1996 he completed a review of bed requirements for the Royal Berkshire Hospital. The forecast bed numbers were contested by the local health authority and a smaller hospital was built. The Trust eventually submitted a further business case (due to chronic bed shortages) to bring bed provision in line with the original forecast. His research has led to the development of many innovative and new methods for understanding the trends in health care demand, and the operational and financial challenges in healthcare. He is the author of hundreds of papers, articles & reports, is an invited speaker at national conferences, is a member of the editorial board of the British Journal of Healthcare Management and runs a regular feature ‘Money Matters’ which investigates the application of statistical methods, epidemiology, and trends into the understanding of how costs behave in the real world of health care. Since 2008 he has been investigating international outbreaks of a new type of infectious immune disease. This disease has gone unnoticed due to a unique type of spatiotemporal spread which appears to involve a series of local mini-epidemics facilitated by a respiratory phase of infection. These outbreaks appear to lead to periods of higher emergency department attendances, medical admissions and unexplained higher deaths.

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