Over the past few weeks the HTN team has worked with a fantastic team of judges, and we’re now delighted to share with you the finalists in the HTN Now Awards!
Following 1,000 hours of judging and the HTN team working on a series of features – you can now delve into the entries in each category and read about lots of projects, digital teams and programmes, that have made the awards shortlist!
To start exploring the entries, please visit out dedicated page here, where you can select a category and get stuck in to reading the entries – including their approach, successes and results.
In these features you’ll be able to read up on the entries, the innovations and programmes, ahead of the digital awards evening that takes place on 20 January 2022 – it’s open to everyone to celebrate their team, programmes and achievements.
HTN would like to say a huge thank you to the awards sponsor, CCube Solutions, and a fantastic group of judges who helped review and analyse each entry to ensure the worthy winners are selected.
The judging process was extremely tough, and enjoyable, so we thought we would pick out just a few comments from our judging team. They said:
- “I particularly liked the dedication working throughout the year and engagement with clinical staff on the ground to ensure that digital developments are working well” – Dr Buki Adeyemo, Interim Chief Executive, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust
- “Challenges clearly defined, opportunity embraced and significant outcomes within a year. Well done” – Dr Hina Lad, Architect-Healthcare Planner, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
- “Exemplary example of how to use technology to adapt and revolutionise services, improve access to services by patients and has the potential to substantially improve clinical outcomes” – Hayley Grafton, Chief Nursing Information Officer, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
- “BI teams worked tireless during this time, it would be great to get the recognition for all the hard work” – Kam Sidhu, Chief Information Officer at Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
- “Passion and team working shone through during extremely difficult times. Commitment shown to clinical leadership. Innovative ways to promote transformation” – Chris Mason, Chief Information Officer, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
The categories in the awards range from health tech team of the year, best use of data, SME innovation, health tech case study of the year, to excellence in remote monitoring.
Click the image below to view the finalists and features…