Alex Baylis

Photo of Alex Baylis for FSRH April 2017 Blog postAlex Baylis is Assistant Director of Policy at the King’s Fund, overseeing policy projects on a range of healthcare, care quality and NHS system topics.  


Most recently he has been leading a King’s Fund project on the future of HIV services in England, reviewing the current landscape of responsibilities and service models for HIV and looking at how services will need to adapt to meet future policy and funding developments and to reflect the changing needs of people living with HIV.  In this month’s blog, Alex shares key findings from the project.  He concludes that action is needed now to coordinate, plan and co-produce future services if the quality of HIV care is to be sustained and identifies system leadership at national and local level and strong relationships and joint processes between local stakeholders as critical factors in making this happen. 

Read the May 2017 blog post here.