The HTN Awards 2020, sponsored by CCube Solutions, celebrate great technology, partnerships, teams and innovations making a difference across health and care.

Category: Digital at the Point of Care


Medefer Ltd

Virtual Outpatient Services

Medefer is an innovative CQC registered virtual healthcare provider that aims to transform the way that healthcare is delivered by enabling healthcare systems to provide patients with the best healthcare experience – timely, efficient and effective.

Imprivata and Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust

ICU clinicians turn to mobile technology in the fight against COVID-19

Over 40 intensive care clinicians at a Surrey hospital have been using mobile technology to safeguard staff and patients, maximise the use of limited personal protective equipment (PPE) and save time in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.

London Ambulance Service

Online POCT Diagnostic Ambulance

Using on-line POCT devices within an Ambulance or ‘Single responder’ setting prior to entry to the hospital could help front line staff accelerate decision making, reduce congestion and most importantly, improve patient waiting times in a busy A&E department or contribute to increasing see treat and discharge in the community thus reducing the burden on E.Ds.



Executable Covid 19 treatment pathway

Deontics was asked to apply its highly sophisticated Clinical Decision Support software platform to create an executable Covid treatment pathway at the Royal Liverpool Hospital. This has enabled non-specialist clinicians in e.g. A&E, step down wards etc. to manage Covid patients effectively according to the evidence base, expanding clinical capacity.


St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

St Helens and Knowsley NHS Hospital Trust extends Refero’s telehealth and video consultation services to multiple departments.

Since its initial success in piloting Refero’s telehealth platform, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (STHK) has extended these services across a multitude of departments.

Patients are digitally connected with the Trust’s clinicians to enable continual engagement via video consultation or messaging through a web portal, smartphone or tablet.

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Emotional distress of COVID19 hospital visiting restrictions reduced through video technology

One of the most emotional and stressful aspects of the COVID-19 situation has been the removal of personal contact between patients and their loved ones at the time it is needed most. With swift action and team working, virtual visits have become a reality.


North Bristol NHS Trust

North Bristol celebrates going paperless

In May 2014 The Trust opened its PFI state-of-the-art new hospital in Southmead Bristol. A landmark design incorporating innovative design methods aimed at improving patient flow, reducing waiting times and improving the patients overall experience. The design took advantage of the latest improvements in IT including the use of an Electronic Patient Record to deliver digital records at the point of care.

Infinity Health

Making clinical task management safer and more efficient at London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

Infinity Health’s digital platform puts real-time patient information into clinicians’ hands at LNWH’s short-term assessment, rehabilitation and reablement service. Staff can log, share and coordinate tasks from the point of care, reducing the risk of tasks being missed and making the service more efficient and safer.

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Oxford University Hospitals uses tablets to deliver virtual visits and professional support during Covid-19

As Oxford University Hospitals prepared for ‘lockdown’, CIO David Walliker realised patients were going to miss vital visits from family and friends. He called WiFi SPARK, which developed a tablet-based solution within days, using Visionable:Connect for video calls. Now, professionals as well as loved ones are using the system.


LifeBox Health

LifeBox ePOA and the Secure Virtual Clinic (SVC) provides a complete digital surgical pathway, creating a digital point of secondary care, taking secondary care into the community.

The complete digital surgical pathway, created by LifeBox electronic pre-operative assessment (ePOA)and the Secure Virtual Clinic (SVC), means that the point of secondary care of the patient can be delivered digitally, improving accessibility to specialist care, with health and safety benefits for patients and staff.

Leicestershire Partnership Trust

Health for under 5s

Health for Under 5s provides support to parents and carers right through from pregnancy to pre-school; it was developed by professionals working for Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT), with support from public health commissioners at Leicester City, Leicestershire and Rutland County Council.

Awards evening 22nd October

Join us live from on 22nd October from 7:00pm for our innovative digital awards evening. We will run through the entries and announce the winners.