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Tim Wilson


  • 3137530
  • Managing Director
  • Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare

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Aug. 18, 2018



Benefits received from pharmaceutical companies


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare We will work with pharmaceutical companies as part of a non branded programme of work to increase value. We will not endorse or promote any individual products £50000- £100000

Other sources of income or benefits from other organisations relevant to medical practice


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
NHS we work with the NHS to help it increase value in healthcare £100000+

Other Declarations


Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare is a social enterprise that gives 50% of any surplus to good causes (published annually). The remainder of our surplus goes to R&D and staff. We are a mission drive organisation with the goal to create more sustainable universal healthcare systems focussed on better outcomes for individuals and populations.


March 27, 2015



Other sources of income or benefits from other organisations relevant to medical practice


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP I am a partner at PwC. As a partnership we serve a number of clients in the public sector (including the NHS), private sector and pharmaceutical and life science companies. £100000+

Other Declarations


All of the organisations to whom PwC provide services might be said to have a vested interest in avoiding a reduction in over diagnosis, most obviously private sector and pharmaceutical and life science (PLS) companies. However, the majority of the work I personally do is with the NHS, which has its own possible vested interests in continuing to over diagnose, as it could be seen as a means to demand more resources. PwC's work, however, is firmly fixed on finding ways for public, private and PLS companies to make a greater value contribution to health and well being, and therefore in the reduction of over diagnosis.