Andrew Meyer

Programme Director of the Digital Delivery Centre at NHS Digital

A senior leader with over 25 years’ experience and a strong delivery track record Andrew Meyer is Programme Director of the Digital Delivery Centre at NHS Digital. He has held senior positions in both public and private sector organisations successfully delivering transformational programmes. Andrew has a passion for delivering value and for developing a culture to support high performing teams.

Andrew Meyer has a Masters Degree from Manchester University, is a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society and has successfully completed the Major Projects Leadership Academy (MPLA) at Oxford University.

Andrew headed up the replacement of the NHS National Spine service (Demographics, Electronic Prescriptions, Summary Care Record, Messaging and Identity and Access Management), successfully re-developing the service and transitioning it in-house.  He has built the Digital Delivery Centre from a small team of around 25 people to one of around 400; using Lean and Agile tools and techniques to ensure value and quick delivery. Andrew established DevOps teams to build and evolve the national services.

As part of the day to day running of the Digital Delivery Centre he is currently responsible for the development of a Citizen Identity Service to support the 60 million citizens in England and a Data Services Platform to support health commissioning and research.