The Health Tech Awards 2023 sponsored by CCube Solutions are back and bigger than ever!
This year we’re joined by almost 200 judges from across the health tech community to analyse and assess the entries to select the winners! In February we announced our first group of judges, which was followed by a recent announcement of a further group of judges joining us.
The awards share and celebrate digital teams, programmes, innovations and health tech suppliers that have made a difference throughout the year and provides a platform to share these achievements to help shape future systems and services across the sector.
The deadline to enter is 19 June 2023, midnight, which is fixed. The finalists will then be announced on our website on 11 September 2023 through a series of in-depth feature articles. Finally, the digital awards evening will take place on our website on 12 October 2023.
To recap on our awards from 2022, explore the videos here.
Let’s look back at the previous winners of the HTN Awards 2022…
Best Health Tech Solution of the Year saw C2-Ai on top in a category featuring 21 finalists. The Cheshire and Merseyside model for stratifying the elective surgical waiting list was built around C2-Ai’s AI-backed prioritisation system using uses 30 years of research to create priority scores built on detailed calculations for mortality and complication risks.
The category of Best Use of Digital in Primary Care saw Mendelian take the top spot. Their AI case-finding software MendelScan uses clinician built algorithms to capture disease features from patient records across entire populations and matches them against diagnostic criteria for hundreds of rare and hard-to-diagnose diseases.
The winner of Major Project Go Live was ImproveWell who partnered with The Royal College of Psychiatrists to tackle staff burnout and support wellbeing. The programme achieved 50 percent improvement in the percentage of people who enjoyed being at work frequently and 41 percent improvement in the percentage of people experiencing no symptoms of burnout.
Coming out on top in the category of Most Promising Pilot was Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership and BridgeHead Software, piloting a new digitised and mobile workflow and data management solution.
The category of Best Use of AI and Automation Tools saw Transform and Health Education England win. Transform and Health Education partnered to use data and advanced analytics to deliver breakthrough insights and build confidence in AI.
Next, Intelligent Lilli won the category of Best Use of Data. Intelligent Lilli’s remote monitoring tech supports a proactive approach to home care and uses data from discrete sensors in the home which record activities such as movement, eating and drinking, power-usage and door opening.
Excellence in Engagement and Communication saw App Rail on top in a great category. SpeakUp from App Rail empowers NHS staff to report concerns to result in better working conditions and quality of care.
Digital Mental Health Solution of the Year saw TellMi win the category. Early intervention mental health solution TellMi delivers fully moderated, evidence-based peer support to young people aged 11-25.
The category of Digital Pathway and Workflow Optimisation saw HCI out on top. They took this prize with CONNECTPlus, the informative and interactive whole health management platform.
Best Solution for Clinicians saw Infinity Health and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust win the category. Both Infinity Health and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust had collaborated to implement a task management solution for the out-of-hours service.
For Efficiency Savings of the Year, the winners were Lantum. Saving time and money for the NHS, Lantum unites clinicians and employers on one platform to deliver the best patient care together.
The category Best Digital Solution Supporting Waiting List Management saw Nottingham University Hospital Trust and DrDoctor take the top spot. The collaboration between Nottingham University Hospital Trust and DrDoctor is to protect vulnerable patients, validate outpatient waiting lists and free up clinician time.
Partnership of the Year, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital Foundation Trust won. Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital Foundation Trust, worked to create an integrated digital service, iDigital.
The category New Innovation of the Year saw Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Laudit as the winners. The Laudit platform has supported Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in helping their staff reach their potential, boosting morale and showing how they are valued.
For Digitising Patient Services, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust won the category. Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, undertook digital transformation to improve conditions and outcomes for patients, the staff and trust as a whole.
The category Excellence in Project Management saw Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust and Imprivata out on top. Imprivita’s OneSign SSO (single sign-on) was implemented for 3,000 users and 4,000 devices in just four weeks at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust.
The final category of Best Solution Improvement, the winner was Accurx. During regular practice visits last year, Accurx spotted an opportunity for improvement in their patient triage solution.
To view more details about the upcoming HTN Awards 2023, click here.