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HTN Awards 2020 Meet the Winners…

HTN would like to say a huge congratulations and thank you to everyone involved. If you missed anything, watch the videos announcements below and view the winners and highly commended for each category. 

Health Tech Awards 2020 Opening Address- Matthew Gould, CEO, NHSX

Overall Winner presented by Suzy Foster, CEO, Emis Health 

Excellence in Engagement and Communications presented by Jo McKibben, Digital Communications and Engagement, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Best Use of AI presented by Netta Nyrhinen, Head of Communications, DrDoctor

 

Best use of AI presented by Graham Walsh, CCIO, Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS FT

Tech Project of the Year presented by Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO, ORCHA

Best Health Tech Start-up of the Year presented by Dr Hussain Ghandi, GP and founder of eGPLearning

Major Project Go-Live presented by

Sam Shah, Chief Medical Strategy Officer, Numan

Best Health Tech Solution of the Year presented by Jenny Thomas, Programme Director, DigitalHealth.London

Delivering at Pace presented by Georgina Adamson, Marketing Manager, Inhealthcare

Most Promising Pilot presented by Rachel Murphy, CEO, Difrent 

Health Tech Team of the Year presented by Lauren Bevan, Head of Health and Social Care, BJSS

Partnership of the Year presented by Arron Thind, Foundation Year three Doctor at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust 

The Best Digital First Project presented by Lisa Emery, Chief Information Officer, Royal Marsden NHSFT

#HealthTechToShoutAbout Sponsored by Highland Marketing presented by Jeremy Nettle

Digital at the Point of Care presented by Sarah Bartholomew, Deputy CEO, HERE

Digital Primary Care presented by Will Temple, Managing Director, Meddbase

User-led Innovation and Experience presented by Dr Ashish Singal, Consultant Emergency Department, The Dudley Group NHS FT

Overall Winner

Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
 

Efficiency Savings of the Year

Winner

NHS Shared Business Service – for the Finance Robots project 

Highly Commended 

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and DrDoctor for their work with patient follow management 

Here Care Unbound for saving GPs time with safe delegation of pathology tests

Excellence in Engagement and Communications

Winner:Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust for the Ask Alice project – Keeping pregnant women safe and reassured during Covid-19

Highly Commended: The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust – Critical Care during COVID19 : Converting paper to digital eforms

Best use of AI

Winner: Microsoft Research – InnerEye, Democratising AI for Medical Image Analysis

Highly Commended: Vtuls – Saving lives through AI-driven remote health monitoring of vulnerable patients

Best Use of Data

Winner:  Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust 

Highly commended: University Hospital Southampton FT for data driven improvements of its IBD service 

Highly commended: Draper and Dash for its Covid-19 Data Driven Modelling and Impact Assessment Tool 

Tech Project of the Year 

Winner: Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust 

Highly Commended: King’s Health Partners – Life Lines – a solution to support virtual visits in ICUs 

Highly Commended: Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust with Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust the Neonatal Telehealth Partnership

Best Health Tech Start-up of the Year

Winner: Smartr Health Ltd – Constant core temperature monitoring

Highly Commended: Health-AI – for developing Intelligent Assistants to support drug dosing

Major Project Go Live

Winner: Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust for going live with a major EPR project in 5 months 

Highly Commended: Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for deploying an ePMA solution in 4 weeks 

Highly Commended: Liverpool Women’s Hospital NHS Trust and Fortrus for delivering a paper free health record 

Best Health Tech Solution of the Year 

Winner: Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health for the Digital Child Growth Assessment programme

Highly Commended: HAS Technology

Delivering at Pace

Winner: Patienteer Croydon University Hospital for the development of a tool to manage COVID patients 

Highly Commended: Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership – Digital Covid Response Group

Most Promising Pilot

Winner: London Ambulance Service and Abbott plc for the Online Diagnostic Ambulance project 

Highly commended: Otsuka Health Solutions and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust for Integrating data sources through the MaST COVID-19 dashboard in to the trust 

Highly commended: Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Tyto Care – for the provision of remote, real-time and on-demand examinations for children and young people

Health Tech Team of the Year

Winner: Connected Nottinghamshire – for the digital programme across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System 

Highly Commended: Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust for delivering 50,000 hours of efficiency savings 

Partnership of the Year

Winner: Healthcall Solutions Limited – apartnership with seven NHS Foundation Trusts in the North East and North Cumbria

Highly Commended: CITS, CFT Digital Services and KCCG IM&T

Highly Commended: Inhealthcare and City Health Care Partnership

Best Digital First Project

Winner: Liverpool Women’s Hospital NHS Trust – a project using Virtual Reality to support patients, carers and families

Highly Commended: Gateshead NHS Foundation Trust for an in-house system referral triage system

#HealthTechToShoutAbout Sponsored by Highland Marketing 

Winner: Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and Qure.ai

Digital at the Point of Care

Winner: Imprivata and Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust for a mobile technology project to support over 40 intensive care clinicians 

Highly Commended: Deontics for delivering a Covid 19 treatment pathway at the Royal Liverpool Hospital

Highly Commended: North Bristol NHS Trust for going paperless

Digital Primary Care 

Winner: Imprivata and Coventry and Warwickshire for supporting secure home working capabilities to more than 4,000 staff over a weekend, in preparation for the COVID-19 lockdown

Highly Commended: Medefer for its Virtual Outpatient Service

User-led Innovation and Experience

Winner: PEP Health for their work understanding patients experiences

Highly Commended: Blackpool Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for their Inhouse developed NEXUS CoVID Tracker

Efficiency Savings of the Year

Winner: NHS Shared Business Service – for the Finance Robots project 

Highly Commended: Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and DrDoctor for their work with patient follow management 

Highly Commended: Here Care Unbound for saving GPs time with safe delegation of pathology tests