Category: Health Tech Project of the Year
King’s Health Partners – Life Lines
Life Lines: an ultra-rapid COVID-19 health tech response to enable virtual visiting in ICUs across the UK.
Life Lines was created in days to respond to a heart-wrenching need to connect families and critically ill patients during COVID-19. Collaboration of technical, clinical, academic and logistical experts created a bespoke virtual visiting solution and supplied 4G tablets with secure software to ICUs throughout the UK within weeks.
Liverpool Women’s Hospital NHS Trust
Delivering a future-proofed digital upgrade to Liverpool Women’s Hospital
Switchover to a modern digital telephony system at Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust during the coronavirus pandemic was achieved seamlessly, with just five hours of pre-planned downtime. Minimal disruption was crucial to clinical staff and Trust management. The new system worked perfectly from the second it went live.
Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
50,000 hours saved through digital efficiency – a technology success story
The Trust was suffering from multiple inefficiencies, manual paper-based processes and duplicated effort, because of over 100 legacy digital healthcare applications and significant data silos. We worked to streamline and connect existing systems securely, making tasks quicker and reducing wasted time to enable a greater focus on patient interaction.
Effective planning and multidisciplinary clinical engagement enable Bolton NHS FT to deliver a trust wide EPR deployment for hospital and community services.
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has deployed the Sunrise electronic patient record across inpatient and community services. To ensure success, it focused on optimising processes, engaging staff, and finding the right devices. As a result, it has delivered significant benefits, including remote access for community staff and contextual information to support integrated care.
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust with Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust
Neonatal Telehealth Partnership
The Neonatal Partnership brings together Liverpool Women’s Hospital and Alder Hey in clinically supporting neonates. When Coronavirus struck, both hospitals had to respond effectively to urgent needs and find new solutions for these immediate challenges. We saw it was essential to implement a telehealth solution to support remote clinical decision-making.
Solve.Care is a healthcare company that implements blockchain technology to redefine care coordination. Our frictionless solution reduces the administrative costs, fraud, and waste endemic to the medical sector. Solve.Care empowers consumers by improving access to care. Solve.Care is the first to utilize digital currency in healthcare for value-based payments.
RIVIAM Digital Care
RIVIAM’s Wellbeing social prescribing platform transforms the way community health, social care and third sector can work together to deliver support for vulnerable people.
RIVIAM’s Wellbeing social prescribing platform has transformed how Virgin Care, BaNES Council and third sector organisations can co-ordinate a joint Covid-19 response. From April-July 2020, 1500 cases and 6500 support calls have been managed with RIVIAM, keeping people out of hospital, reducing duplication and making taxpayers money go further.
Leicestershire Partnership Trust
Lumi Nova: tales of courage
Lumi Nova: tales of courage is a clinically proven, evidenced based and highly engaging immersive game that facilitates exposure therapy to help children aged 7-12 years learn the skills to be able to cope with their worries. It is standalone, needs minimal admin. and provides progress data securely to clinicians in real time.
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