Greg Allen

Inequalities are pervasive throughout the NHS, leading to differential outcomes between demographic groups. This is a matter that all of us involved in health care, not just government, must address

Greg has been CEO of FCC since April 2018 and is also a Professor of Practice (Leadership) at the University of Exeter Business School. His 30-year career includes three years as Chief Executive of the National Centre for Workforce Intelligence, following over a decade in Board level roles across the NHS and wider health and care sector. Greg was also a Director for Nuffield Health, one of the UK’s largest charities. In addition to his commercial and charity experience, Greg was a senior civil servant at the Department of Health. He has developed significant expertise in organisational transformation and development, workforce, HR and operations. His early career in private banking and investment management at Coutts & Co. provides an excellent foundation for his current work supporting the establishment of FCC’s venture capital Innovation Fund. Originally, Greg trained as a teacher and was a Commissioned Officer in the British Army Adjutant General’s Corps (Education & Training Services). He is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and a Fellow of the RSA. Greg is also a trustee of Arthritis Action and Hospiscare.

Why I work for Future Care Capital:

“I enjoy building and developing high performing teams that make a tangible difference. I am passionate about how we can improve health and care provision across the UK. I believe our independent FCC voice can help raise the debate that will lead to innovative solutions for people receiving care.”

Greg is a regularly invited to speak about health and social care policy and provision and has a special interest in longevity, leadership and the care workforce. Greg explored some of these topics on his recent appearance on panel discussion chaired by the Institute for Government, in his Future Care Chats and in this article for Care Talk.  (Please get in touch with us for media or speaking enquiries.)

Articles by Greg Allen