James Thompson

Senior Research Analyst, Policy

James Thompson works in the policy team supporting research activity by designing and undertaking statistical analyses of routine administrative datasets. James has more than eight years’ experience in analysing and interpreting primary and secondary health and social care data, with a particular emphasis on health systems performance and variations.

Before joining the Fund in 2011, James held data analyst posts at Humana Europe, Dr Foster Intelligence and Information Services Division NHS Scotland. James has a Masters in operational research from the University of Strathclyde and a degree in management science from the University of Stirling.

Selected work

Quarterly Monitoring Report
16 Nov 2016 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
8 Sep 2016 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
19 May 2016 | Article
A new frontier for integrated care
8 Mar 2016 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
18 Feb 2016 | Article
An analysis of trends in inpatient surveys in NHS acute trusts in England 2005-13
10 Dec 2015 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
22 Oct 2015 | Article
16 Jul 2015 | Blog
Quarterly Monitoring Report
16 Jul 2015 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
23 Apr 2015 | Article
Part two: NHS performance
26 Mar 2015 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
22 Jan 2015 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
30 Oct 2014 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
17 Jul 2014 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
15 Apr 2014 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
22 Jan 2014 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
18 Sep 2013 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
4 Jun 2013 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
14 Feb 2013 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
26 Sep 2012 | Publication
Exploring variation
9 Aug 2012 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
31 May 2012 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
28 Jan 2012 | Publication
What the numbers tell us
22 Dec 2011 | Publication
Who will take the lead?
13 Dec 2011 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
14 Oct 2011 | Publication