Resilience in healthcare leadership

NSCG in partnership with Barclays would like to invite you to this upcoming event for senior healthcare professionals.

WHEN: 18:00-21:00 (BST), Thursday, 27th April 2023
LOCATION: NSCG's London office,
Level 15, 1 Angel Court,

About the event

This is increasing pressure on healthcare leaders. From the impact of Brexit and staff shortages through to downward pressures on cost reductions, leaders are being asked to do more with less in increasingly challenging circumstances. More than ever, leaders in healthcare need to demonstrate resilience.

To tackle this thorny subject, we'll be joined by Rupinder Singh, Chief Strategy Officer & Co-Founder at Kraydel and Tony Stein, CEO at Healthcare Management Solutions. Rupinder will be sharing his perspectives and insights from the front line on resilience and Tony will be interviewed by Denise Raw, Director at NSCG.

We are working in partnership with Barclays Bank who provide financial solutions across all areas of the sector.

We do hope that you can join us for this interesting and fun event.

Drinks and nibbles will be provided. Please register via the registration form and specify any dietary requirements.

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About the speakers


rupinder singh Tony Stein
Rupinder is Chief Strategy Officer and Co-founder of Kraydel, a health tech start up.

Prior to this he worked in senior roles across public and private sector organisations including Financial Controller (RCI) and M&A lead at Arthur Andersen. From 2004 to 2014 he worked at NHS Improvement across strategic, governance and commercial roles.

Before joining Kraydel, his most recent appointment by NHS England was as independent Chair across three hospital trusts to develop a new clinical blueprint as an alternative to merger.

“Q&A on current healthcare trends and resilience”

A qualified Chartered Accountant that has spent the last 23 years operating care homes, in 2009 Tony Stein founded Healthcare Management Solutions (HCMS) with his business partner, Kevin Groombridge.

HCMS plays a central role in the sector providing advice and support to a vast client base. Services include full-service management, consultancy and due diligence to investors, systems for operators, and audit and review for care homes.

HCMS has developed class-leading systems for audit, feedback, payroll and digital care and is now working on rolling these out to the sector and other service industries.