Chief Digital Officer
Tom Denwood joined Population Health Partners in October 2020 as Chief Digital Officer.
Prior to joining Population Health Partners, Tom spent 17 years at National Health Service in England, finishing as the Executive Director of Data, Insights, and Statistics at NHS Digital. There, he established NHS DigiTrials using routinely collected patient data to determine feasibility, identify, and follow-up of consented cohorts, which supported pivotal trials.
Tom is an expert in major project delivery. He was accountable to the UK Parliament for delivery of HM Government investment programs, including the £780m Health and Social Care Network. He also helped resolve the Venue Security situation, resulting in a secure London 2012 Olympic Games.
Prior to the NHS, Tom was at Deloitte Consulting where his work included the Mayor of London’s Congestion Charging Scheme.
Tom has an MSc Major Programme Management from the University of Oxford, and BSc Biological Sciences from the University of Birmingham. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce and a Fellow of British Computer Society.