Claudia Martinez was Research Manager and Health Policy Fellow at the London-based public policy Think Tank, Reform, at the time of recording this podcast. At Reform, she undertook research on a variety of areas including how to deliver personalised models of care, the role of data-driven technologies in mental healthcare and implementing digital courts. Claudia worked on an award-winning project in collaboration with NHSX looking at the regulation of data-driven technologies in healthcare. Prior to joining Reform, she was senior policy researcher at Centra Group, the care and support arm of Clarion Housing, where she oversaw the horizon scanning, customer testing and implementation of new telecare and telehealth technologies. She holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Chile and an MSc in Environment, Politics and Globalisation from King’s College London. Claudia is currently Research Programme Manager at the Access to Medicine Foundation.