Miranda Carter is Director of Provider Development at NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I). In this role she is responsible for provider policy and provider transformation focusing on programmes to promote the development of strong NHS providers working collaboratively within Integrated Care Systems. The role covers both policy development and assurance and oversight of material strategic changes in the provider sector including mergers and acquisitions and service reconfigurations.
Miranda also acts as the shareholder representative on the board of Supply Chain Co-ordination Limited (SCCL) an organisation owned by NHS England. SCCL was set up as a management function within the NHS supply chain focussed on delivering savings to the NHS by addressing the fragmentation in the procurement market.
Prior to her current role at NHSE&I, Miranda was the Director of Assessment at Monitor, the independent regulator of NHS foundation trusts where she was responsible for the development and implementation of the assessment process supporting the NHS foundation trust policy.
A qualified chartered accountant, Miranda started her early career at Deloitte and has worked in the UK, Hong Kong and Indonesia. In 1997 she joined PricewaterhouseCoopers and spent four years in the Transaction Services Department in London focusing on due diligence assignments. Her portfolio of financial experience is wide-ranging and includes mergers and acquisitions, due diligence and initial public offerings (“IPOs”).