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18 - Professor Alan Maynard

Professor Alan Maynard is professor of health economics at the well-respected and influential centre for health economics at the University of York.

Professor Alan Maynard is professor of health economics at the well-respected and influential centre for health economics at the University of York.

His research interests include the use of financial incentives and performance management of doctors, and he has written often controversial papers on the impact of the QOF on GP behaviour.

He is also an outspoken commentator on the regulation of the pharmaceutical industry, and has written on both previous and the current set of healthcare reforms.

Top 20 non-GPs Top 20 most influential non-GPs of 2011

This article appeared as part of Pulse's list of the top 20 most influential non-GPs of 2011. The full list can be found here.

The top 50 most influential GPs of 2011 can also be viewed here.

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