Jenny Shand is responsible for integrated care and supporting the development of Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs), with a particular focus on frailty, services for older people, and support for carers (informal and formal).
During her time at UCLPartners she has supported integrated care work across our partners, developed expertise in better organising services for frail and older people, and worked with stakeholders, across the partnership and nationally, to ensure we take a whole-systems approach to improving outcomes. She is currently Executive Lead at Care City, a new partnership organisation in East London with a dual aim of promoting healthy ageing and social regeneration, working with stakeholders to develop the strategy and programme of work for the organisation. It is due to launch in January 2016. Jenny is also completing a PhD in Health Economics at UCL as part of the NIHR CLAHRC North Thames, looking at the economics of multi-sectoral working.
Jenny has wide experience of healthcare in different contexts. She has been a policy fellow at the Kings Fund, a consultant at McKinsey and a manager at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. Jenny holds a Masters in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and has a Philosophy degree from Oxford.