A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

Sir David Nicholson, KCB, CBE was Chief Executive of NHS England. He was appointed in October 2011 following the NHS reforms, having been Chief Executive of the NHS within the Department of Health since September 2006. He issued what has become known as the "Nicholson challenge" regarding the finances of the NHS. He retired from the role on 1 April 2014. [1]
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Roles

Frequently met organisations

September 2011

Met with Glaxo Smith Kline to discuss Relationship between NHS and Pharma Industry. [2]

Met with Whizzkidz to discuss Wheelchair services for children. [2]

August 2011

Met with Royal College of Midwives Services to discuss Commissioning for Midwifery. [2]

July 2011

Met with Hempson’s Solicitors to discuss Mid-Staffordshire Inquiry. [2]

Met with Cancer Research UK Services to discuss Commissioning for Cancer. [2]

June 2011

Met with Mayor of London’s Office for discussion on London Health. [3]

Met with Russell Reynolds for update discussion. [3]

May 2011

Met with Russell Reynolds for update discussion. [3]

March 2011

Met with Healthcare Purchasing Consortium for discussion on NHS Procurement. [4]

February 2011

Met with Novartis for discussion on NHS Reforms. [4]

Met with Kaiser Permanente for discussion on NHS Reforms. [4]

January 2011

Met with McKinsey for update discussion. [4]

Met with Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to discuss introductory to new President. [4]

Met with CSC for discussion of NHS Contract. [4]

November 2010

Met with Royal College of General Practitioners for update discussion. [5]

Met with King’s Fund for update discussion. [5]

Met with Realise Health for update discussion. [5]

Met with Hempson’s Solicitors to discuss Mid Staff’s Public Inquiry. [5]

October 2010

Met with Hempson’s Solicitors to discuss Mid Staff’s Public Inquiry. [5]