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Dr Phil Koczan

Chief Clinical Information Officer
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Dr Phil Koczan is the Chief Clinical Information Officer for UCLPartners. His role includes a remit to look at how we can better share information safely and securely across healthcare settings to support patient care, commissioning, research and quality improvement. Phil has a long-standing interest in clinical informatics and has worked in various roles across the NHS and IT system suppliers.

Phil has been a GP in Chingford, north east London for 19 years. His practice now looks after 15,000 patients across two sites and he still works there on a part-time basis. Phil is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and a member of their health informatics group.

“The current focus on integration across the NHS puts UCLPartners in an ideal position to support closer working between organisations within our local health economy. My area of interest is how we can share data between different care settings to support patient care, measure the quality of care delivered and improve population health.”

Dr Anna Moore is the Director of Operations for the Integrated Mental Health Programme. She was appointed in August 2012, following a year working with both Professor Sir Bruce Keogh’s Clinical Fellow at the Department of Health and NHS Commissioning Board, and Mr Peter Lee’s Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM).
Anna worked as project manager for clinical transitions programme ‘Quality’ at the NHS Commissioning Board, describing how the board would discharge its duty to ensure continuous improvement in quality and outcomes.
Anna is currently working towards a PhD in Improvement Science at University College London and is committed to implementing a whole-system approach to applying the principle of ‘value’ to mental health. As a trainee psychiatrist, she is passionate about enabling trainees to make meaningful contributions to service improvement through education, leadership development and by creating practical opportunities for personal development through supported action-learning.
Before medicine, Anna worked as a chartered accountant and performance analyst. Her first degree was in Neuroscience.Dr Anna Moore is the Director of Operations for the Integrated Mental Health Programme. She was appointed in August 2012, following a year working with both Professor Sir Bruce Keogh’s Clinical Fellow at the Department of Health and NHS Commissioning Board, and Mr Peter Lee’s Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM).
Anna worked as project manager for clinical transitions programme ‘Quality’ at the NHS Commissioning Board, describing how the board would discharge its duty to ensure continuous improvement in quality and outcomes.
Anna is currently working towards a PhD in Improvement Science at University College London and is committed to implementing a whole-system approach to applying the principle of ‘value’ to mental health. As a trainee psychiatrist, she is passionate about enabling trainees to make meaningful contributions to service improvement through education, leadership development and by creating practical opportunities for personal development through supported action-learning.
Before medicine, Anna worked as a chartered accountant and performance analyst. Her first degree was in Neuroscience.

"The current focus on integration across the NHS puts UCLPartners in an ideal position to support closer working between organisations within our local health economy"