Richard Hamblin

Richard Hamblin is director of health quality intelligence at the Commission, responsible for all aspects of the Commission’s measurement of the quality of New Zealand’s health care. This includes the […]

Richard Hamblin is director of health quality intelligence at the Commission, responsible for all aspects of the Commission’s measurement of the quality of New Zealand’s health care.

This includes the New Zealand Atlas of Healthcare Variation, and implementation of national indicators of quality and value, and implementation of a national “early warning scheme” using routine data to highlight potential quality risks

Prior to joining the Commission, Richard worked for 20 years in and around the NHS in England, including as director of intelligence at the Care Quality Commission. He has also worked for the King’s Fund in London, and is a 2006–07 Harkness Fellow.

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