John Loder

by Stuart.Thomason

John is a Programme Leader and leads the Health Advisory Team at the Young Foundation.

Through his work with the Regional Innovation Funds, he has worked with dozens of health innovation projects across the country in a wide variety of clinical areas, offering them structured support to in areas such as measuring impact, writing business cases, communicating with commissioners, and engaging staff and users. Many of these innovations have gone on to become commissioned services. The health advisory team also works with NHS trusts to help them develop their innovations strategy, and works with the Department of Health on their national innovation strategy.

He was the major author of the guide the Young Foundation wrote on measurement and return on investment in health. He also has particular focus on patient empowerment through information, a topic on which he has published for the Young Foundation (with Sylvia Wyatt).

John also works on structuring financial instruments and statistical modelling of social outcomes. He was previously a partner in the hedge fund Corin Capital, before leaving to pursue his interest in social finance and entrepreneurial solutions to social problems. He holds a Politics Masters degree from LSE, specialising in the interplay between market and state mechanisms for delivering social value.