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Primary Care Analytics is a team of data specialists and General Practice Experts who support you to improve patient outcomes and optimise health delivery.

We know that off-the-shelf packages are bought all the time, but practices, primary care networks and ICBs struggle to understand and action these. We recognise that having access to a range of people with a mix of skills to facilitate meaningful analytical discussions and work with teams to make actionable decisions is much more effective. Whether this is looking at and embedding high level population health in decision making, or more detailed maximisation of QOF – our team is your team. 

We also build some pretty cool dashboards ourselves too.


Primary Care Analytics was started as a General Practice led service providing population insights, analytical tools and practice support. Working with PCN teams we have built analytical expertise and capacity to ensure our practices and PCNs receive the most up to date information. As a wholly owned subsidiary of a federation, we understand the crucial role of General Practice and our surplus is re-invested back in to General Practice. 

At the start
Initially, our team was comprised of 2 employees who had the necessary skills and knowledge to provide general practice insight
3 years later
We have grown exponentially, adding new members to the team and expanding the range of skills available to our clients
We have a team of professionals with experience in general practice and leading meaningful data driven conversations across ICB’s, PCN’s and at practice level to support turning numbers on a screen in to change

Meet Our Leadership Team

Our team has extensive experience working with healthcare providers in a variety of settings to deliver insights and solutions that are specifically tailored to their needs. By providing data-driven insights, we help our clients get the most out of their investments and make meaningful changes in patient care.

Managing Director

Conor Price

Conor has over 10 years’ experience in a General Practice setting and has worked in operational, leadership and advisory roles across the health and care system.

Conor’s portfolio includes Digital, Data and Technology and he’s dedicated to improving PHM across Primary Care.

Chief Operating Officer

Deborah Humphries

Deb has over 18 years’ experience in General Practice, in various roles within the primary care setting. She has knowledge with many partner applications within general practice such as EMIS, Accurx, Docman along with many others to reach the full potential for practices with the ever changing role of the NHS.

Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer

Paul Harris

Paul is an experience Performance Manager, with more than 15 years’ experience, working across a range of services in local authorities, having spent much of the time with adults and children’s social services performance management and then as Head of Corporate Performance at Herefordshire Council. Paul joined Taurus Healthcare as Deputy Chief Information Officer in 2023 and started with Primary Care Analytics shortly after. With a wealth of experience in data and analytics, Paul has built credibility and a reputation in leading large teams, providing insightful analysis and supporting organisations achieve a higher level of performance.

Head of Information Governance

Michele Petrie

Michele is Head of Information Governance. She has over 28 years experience in both general practice and secondary care working as a senior and practice manager. These roles and an attention for detail have provided an understanding of the often complex world of IG which in turn has ignited a passion for ensuring appropriate information governance and data compliance is upheld and maintained.

Non-Executive Director

Andrew Lee

Andrew is a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, and worked in various aspects of NHS finance from July 1980 until taking up the role of Director of Finance with Taurus in February 2020.

Andrew is an experienced Director of Finance, and has undertaken this role in NHS Foundation Trusts, NHS Trusts, and Commissioning bodies in both England and Wales, and NHS Shared Services in Wales. Andrew has also spent time in a senior finance role in the Welsh Assembly. As well as Director of Finance, Andrew has undertaken other Director roles in the NHS such as Director of Quality and Performance and Director of Strategy.

Andrew is convinced of the need for greater involvement of General Practice in service delivery in the NHS, and sees this as a facilitator to more effective and cost effective care for patients and users of NHS services. Andrew is seeking to use his experience to assist General Practice in Herefordshire play a central role in the development and implementation of the Integrated Care System.


Jill Pritchard

Jill is an experienced healthcare leader having worked in healthcare for over 15 years.

Jill is a clinical Pharmacist by background, starting her early career in community pharmacy in Hereford.

She has worked with both the NHS and independent sector to create new patient pathways increasing access to care in community settings.

Jill is passionate about driving change in health and wellbeing ensuring change occurs in a collaborative way to achieve a quality delivery and ultimately improve the health of the population

Specialist Advisor

Professor Michael Miller

Michael has worked in healthcare transformation for NHS England, the Supreme Council of Health in Qatar, Queensland Health – Australia, MoH KSA, MoH Singapore and many other nations.

His experience includes major complex transformational programmes, leading multiple large and complex eHealth transformation projects over the last 17 years in NHS England London & Southern clusters (1200 primary healthcare systems and 74 Cerner acute facilities) and Telemedicine implementation and multiple similar projects around the globe with budget responsibility of up to £2 billion. Developing an integrated care strategy for the Singapore Ministry of Health and WHO (Europe) and enabling research in virtual care.

Michael has been appointed to the WHO Digital Health Technical Advisory Group (DHTAG) Roster of Experts and a member of the WHO (Europe) – “Committee for Digitalization and Health Information Systems Standards” including business intelligence and AI, a special advisor on digital technology for the NHS 40 New Hospitals Programme (Smart), and a special advisor for the British Standards Institute (BSI) on healthcare standards and systems technology & terminology, and advisor to NHS England- NHSX – Blueprint programme for eHealth projects reviews including Integrated Care System (ICS) projects.