Vish Valivety

Vish Valivety

Principal Consultant

Vish Valivety joined PPL in 2014 as an Analyst and has since then been a part of a number of projects to affect change in both health and social. He combines a strong analytical background with a structured project management approach to help guide system leaders to work together to provide holistic solutions and improvised care for local residents.

As part of the Epsom Health and Care Programme, Vish was the financial and analytics lead for the project- working directly with executive members to analyse and project costs and savings for a large, transformative initiative in the area. As the programme grew, Vish started working closely with organisation leaders to design, develop and launch the @home service, an integrated team made of multiple disciplines with the goal of keeping the elderly out of hospital and back at home longer.

Vish also has a keen interest in developing innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector, and is leading PPLs push to develop approaches to empower staff to develop creative solutions to complicated issues, encompass start-ups and third sector partners into care delivery and learn from pioneering sites around the world and applying them to the UK healthcare system.

For example, as part of the Hampshire Vanguard Programme, Vish was part of a consortium to adopt and adapt a successful German model of system integration into Fareham and Gosport, working with local GP practices to develop rapid learning cycles to identify problem areas and develop solutions quickly and also facilitating system leadership conversations around creating models of risk and benefits sharing and fostering an environment of innovation.

Vish has received a B.Eng. (Hons) degree in Medical Engineering from Columbia University/University of Bradford and an MSc. Management (Merit) from Imperial College Business School where he specialised in operational science and focused his thesis on improving healthcare systems through management science and decision making.

He is also a MSP Programme Management Certified Practitioner and a business mentor for X-Forces Enterprise, a charity that provides mentoring to ex-service members and their families to help start and grow their businesses.

PPL Perspectives

‘‘Start me up’ – How can the NHS get more value from start-ups?

‘Better, faster, stronger’ - How could a focus on entrepreneurial behaviours in the NHS encourage innovation and improvement?

‘Nobody does it better’? How can public services employ evaluations most effectively for service improvement?

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