Natasha Curry joined The King's Fund in 2005 and has worked in a number of fields, including long-term conditions, commissioning, and integration. She recently published a paper looking at the international evidence for integrated models of care and is in the process of co-authoring a discussion paper about health and social care integration. Natasha also has an interest in the voluntary sector and is examining the impact of the NHS reforms on this sector. In addition, she is involved in work around the Fund on GP commissioning and she has led on the Fund's work around predicting the risk of emergency admission.
Natasha previously worked as a consultant at Matrix, a research and consultancy company, prior to which she was the evaluation officer at the Chinese National Healthy Living Centre. Natasha read geography at Cambridge University and subsequently spent time working in China.