Oxford Centre for Triple Value Health Care Ltd

Oxford Centre for Triple Value Health Care Ltd

Oxford Centre for Triple Value Health Care Ltd

Oxford, United Kingdom

Website: https://www.3vh.org

Principal Investigator
Sir Muir Gray

Prof. Sir Muir Gray
Role: Founding Director

Tim Wilson

Dr. Tim Wilson
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Erica Ison

Dr. Erica Ison
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Company overview
The Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare (3V) is a small, mission-driven social enterprise increasing Triple Value in healthcare to improve healthcare for populations, and building capability in healthcare organisations.
The organisation evolved from Better Value Healthcare, the company founded by Professor Sir Muir Gray.

Our Mission
Through the dissemination of knowledge, learning and skills development programmes and deploying solutions, we support health systems to improve Triple Value (population, technical and personal), thereby supporting them measurably to improve outcomes and make better use of resources.


  • We will never compromise in our endeavours to achieve the best possible Triple Value, and will use the best evidence available
  • We will engage patients, service users and carers in our work, and aim to build capability in our clients to create sustainable, resilient healthcare systems
  • We will work with, recognise and employ people based on their skills and not on their gender, religion, ethnicity, orientation or any other factor. We welcome diversity in our staff, associates and clients because diversity makes us a better organisation
  • We encourage open and constructive feedback from each other, and from our clients. Our intention is for 3V, and each of us, continually to improve
  • We will share any surplus among staff, R&D and supporting good causes, for instance, helping organisations in countries with developing economies to achieve Triple Value in healthcare

Prof. Sir Muir Gray – Founding Director
Muir Gray is the Founding Director of the Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare, and a Director of the Optimal Ageing Programme.  He is also an adviser to Public Health England and the Chair of the NHS Health and Social Care Digital service, which is responsible for maintaining the NHS Choices website.  Muir’s work focuses on providing training to healthcare professionals on value based healthcare.
Sir Muir has worked for the National Health Service in England since 1972, occupying a variety of senior positions during that time, including serving as the Director of Research and Development for Anglia and Oxford Regional Health Authority, and first establishing and  then being the  Director of the UK National Screening Committee. He founded the National Library for Health, and was the Director of Clinical Knowledge, Process, and Safety for the NHS (England) National Programme for IT, serving as the Director of the National Knowledge Service.  He was the first person to hold the post of Chief Knowledge Officer of the NHS (England), also serving as the co-Director of the Department of Health’s Quality Innovation Productivity and Prevention  (QIPP) Right Care Programme.  Together with Sir Iain Chalmers, Muir was instrumental in establishing the Cochrane Collaboration.
Sir Muir is an internationally renowned authority on healthcare systems and has advised governments of several countries outside the UK including Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Spain and Germany and regularly delivers plenary sessions at international events, the most recent being the 2014 World Health Summit in Berlin, the Big Data in Pharma conference in London in 2015 and the 2015 Transplantation meeting at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
Sir Muir is also a Professor in the Nuffield Department of Surgery at the University of Oxford.  He received the CBE in 2000 and was knighted in 2005 for services to the National Health Service.

Dr Tim Wilson – Managing Director
Tim has worked internationally, providing advice and support to Ministers of Health and their teams on large scale transformation programmes. His expertise is specifically in clinical change, increasing value, and other aspects of health policy. Tim was the youngest Fellow (by Assessment of the Royal College of GPs). Tim went on to be the successful founding director of the GP Commissioning Resource Unit in the Oxford Region and the RCGP Quality Unit. After a Fellowship in Harvard with the Department of Healthcare Policy and IHI, Tim then went on to be a senior policy advisor at the Department of Health in England, working with Ministers and No 10.  He then started at PwC, becoming a Partner in their health advisory Practice. He went on to lead the UK PwC practice, growing it from the third largest firm, to become the most successful. He has most recently been in the Middle East, leading the PwC practice to become the most successful advisory practice in the region. Tim has published widely on quality and safety and most recently has published on the role of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare.

Erica Ison – Specialist Adviser
Erica has eight years’ experience in using the identification of unwarranted variation to increase value in the delivery of health services. She has edited the NHS Atlases of Variation in Healthcare series (now published by Public Health England, PHE) since the first compendium Atlas appeared under the Quality Innovation Improvement & Prevention (QIPP) Right Care programme in 2010. Since then, she has overseen the writing, editing and production of three compendium atlases and six specialist Atlases.
For PHE, Erica has also worked on the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) Programme for England, and on several projects relating to the health impacts of nationally significant infrastructure projects (NSIPs). Erica is a specialist in Health Impact Assessment (HIA) and in Health in All Policies (HiAP). Since 2003, she has worked as an expert adviser in HIA for the World Health Organization (WHO), and similarly in HiAP since 2008. In 2005, she won the Individual Award in Impact Assessment from the International Association for Impact Assessment, and was also made an honorary member of the Faculty of Public Health.