Anoop is a social reformer with a long-standing interest in social impact. He wrote the first plan for the Precision Medicine Catapult, a government initiative to transform medicine, and its economics using BigData, diagnostics and the latest science to more accurately diagnose and treat patients. He also worked with cities to design a ‘learning city’ blueprint to catalyse bottom-up change in local health & care systems.
Prior to this Anoop was Senior Policy Advisor to Monitor, the sector regulator for the NHS in England, where he led the system-wide innovation programme, which paved the way to the NHS Five-Year Forward View. He was founding Director of Indigo Health, a health solutions consultancy where he worked with more than 100 companies, international and NHS organisations, government bodies and clinical innovators in implementing novel models of health delivery and commissioning. He is currently Chair of Health 2.0 London, the largest health-tech network in Europe and Visionary Healthcare, a start-up innovation driven provider of health services.
Previously Anoop was Commercial Director of an innovative international media company, and in financial services he worked at Goldman Sachs and has been Strategy Advisor to the FairBanking Foundation. He won a scholarship to read Engineering at the University of Cambridge, then read Management at Warwick Business School. During this time he served on the National Council of the Chartered Management Institute and worked with the Home Office on pioneering social innovation programmes to create more active communities.