Duncan Campbell is an independent, quality-driven international consultant, who is currently focused on health system performance improvement.
As Principal of Craigavon Enterprises his key focus is leading transformational change through the effective use of predictive, visible and real-time analytics. Using an Integrated Operations Centre approach healthcare organizations improve quality, reduce costs and break down organizational siloes.
He previously was the Chief Financial Officer and interim CEO for Alberta Health Services he focused on enhancing financial and operational performance and re-investing savings into quality improvement initiatives.
Duncan was the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President, Systems Development and Performance for Vancouver Coastal Health, a $3bn integrated health organization. He played a key role in turning around financial and operational performance, without cutting services, through a focus on quality, workforce efficiencies, administration cost reduction, cash management and investing in staffing and real-time predictive decision support tools.
He previously held executive level turnaround and merger integration consulting positions at Deloitte, Gemini Consulting and IBM, as well as holding the Chief Financial Officer position for a 500-store retail footwear chain in South Africa. He has led projects across the globe, including projects in Russia, Singapore, UK, Norway, USA and Canada.
He was awarded the Business in Vancouver CFO of the Year award in 2011 for Transformational Leadership and Deloitte Alumni Award in 2011 for leadership.
Duncan currently sits on the board of BC Patient Safety and Quality Council and the Street to Home employment access committee.
Duncan is a lecturer on the UBC MHA program in Government and Policy. He also lectures finance on the Sauder School of Business BC Physician Leadership programme and previously guest lectured on the Sauder Healthcare EMBA.
Duncan holds a Bachelor of Accounting and Master of Business Administration from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in South Africa and Canada.