Roger Taylor is an entrepreneur and writer. He is co-founder and chair of the Open Public Services Network at the RSA. He cofounded Dr Foster, the healthcare information business that has pioneered transparency in healthcare and was one of the UK’s fastest growing start-ups. He is a board member of Ofqual, the exam regulator in the UK and a trustee of SafeLives, the domestic abuse charity. He has worked with governments, NGOs and leading media organisations globally on the use of open data and public reporting. Roger is currently working with the Careers and Enterprise Company in the UK, a social enterprise working to help young people move successfully from education into work. He started his career as a journalist working as a correspondent for the Financial Times in the UK and the US and, before that, as a researcher for the Consumers’ Association. His first book God Bless the NHS was a Guardian best-seller.