NHS England’s digital chief criticised after joining start-up

A senior official in the UK’s taxpayer-funded National Health Service has sparked fresh controversy over a “revolving door” between the public and private sectors, after she announced her departure for a health tech start-up just days after the NHS called for a major expansion into the sector. Juliet Bauer, chief digital officer for NHS England, wrote a high-profile article this month extolling the virtues of Kry, a Swedish doctor app, without disclosing in the piece that she had been hired by the company to take up a global product role.

Full Story: Financial Times, 21st January 2019

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