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- B.Sc., (First Class Hons) Economics, University of Bristol
- Center for Healthcare Economics & Policy
- Economic Consulting
- Network Industry Strategies
- Regulated Industries
- Energy, Power & Products
- Healthcare & Life Sciences
Jason Mann is a Senior Managing Director in the Economic and Financial segment at FTI Consulting and is based in London.
Jason joined FTI Consulting in September 2012. Previously he has worked at Frontier Economics, PA Consulting, PwC Consulting and the Bank of England.
Jason has over 20 years’ experience in regulation across the banking, energy and health sectors. He has recently completed a 2 year part-time secondment to Monitor where he acted as Monitor’s first Director of Pricing. In this role he led a large team to deliver Monitor’s first national tariff for 2014/15. A key part of this role was developing the approach to determining the efficiency factor that should apply to the 2014/15 national tariff. Prior to this role, Jason was a Policy Director at Monitor where he responsible for developing the regulatory, licencing and governance regime that Monitor uses to regulate providers of NHS healthcare services. In particular, he was the main architect of the licencing regime that underpins the continuity of service and failure regime. He also led Monitor’s work on the guidance for Commissioners on Commissioner Requested Services and Location Specific Services.
Since completing his work as Director of Pricing at Monitor, Jason has continued to be involved with the development of the tariff system. He has recently completed an assignment for Monitor that assessed the merits of moving to a longer duration tariff cycle and is currently advising Monitor on the relationship between prices set in the National Tariff should be set given the costs reported by providers.
In addition to his work with Monitor, Jason works extensively with CCGs. He is currently leading our work providing the economic modelling support to Liverpool CCG’s Healthy Liverpool Programme. The main role in this is assessing the financial implications of reconfiguring providers in the local health economy.
He is also leading our work for Camden CCG as part of a programme of work of introducing outcomes based contracts for Diabetes and also for Frail Elderly. This follows our earlier work for Liverpool CCG where we also advised on setting up an outcomes based contract for Diabetes.
In addition, Jason also advises potential acquirers of network businesses. In this capacity Jason has worked for a range of banks and financial institutions on energy network transactions in Great Britain, Germany, Spain, and Belgium.
Outside of healthcare, since 1996 Jason has worked extensively in the energy sector. In this context Jason has worked as an advisor to both network businesses (such as National Grid) and regulators (such as Ofgem) on all aspects of regulation, including the most appropriate ways of determining the efficiency of monopoly businesses. Despite his increasing commitment to his health sector clients, Jason continues to advise such clients up to the present day.