James Barlow - Searching for sustainable health systems
James Barlow has worked at Imperial College Business School since 2003, where he holds a Chair in Technology and Innovation Management in Healthcare. From 2006-2013 he led HaCIRIC, a major programme of research on the adoption, implementation and sustainability of innovation in healthcare systems. Since September 2013 he has been Associate Director of Research and Evaluation of Imperial College Health Partners.
Much of James’ research and practice has been on the development and introduction of healthcare technologies such as telehealth, as well as organizational and financial innovations such as public-private partnerships. He has published widely and has been a member of many expert panels on healthcare innovation, both in the UK and internationally.
He is a member of the executive for the NIHR Northwest London CLAHRC and the Dept. of Health Policy Innovation Research Unit. In September 2014 he was appointed President of the International Academy for Design and Health.
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