Former NHS reform adviser Bill Morgan returns to MHP

A former special adviser to Andrew Lansley has rejoined MHP Health Mandate.

Department of Health: Morgan advised on NHS reforms
Department of Health: Morgan advised on NHS reforms

Bill Morgan, who is regarded as one of the authors of the NHS reforms, has returned to MHP as senior adviser.

Morgan, who worked at the Department of Health from July 2010 to September 2012, left his post when Lansley was succeeded by Jeremy Hunt as Health Secretary. Morgan first joined MHP in 2007 after working as a special adviser to the Conservative Party.

Mike Birtwistle, MD of MHP Health Mandate, said: 'Bill has been at the very heart of the NHS reforms and his strategic mind will help us assist our clients on how best to influence change in the new NHS.'

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