Healthcare IT Award
The wider use of computer technology in the NHS is evident throughout the world, with many countries citing NHS projects as examples of good practice. This award will recognise an organisation that is responsible for implementing a ground breaking IT project that demonstrates clear cost benefits to the wider NHS.
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust - Digital Nursing Team
The Digital Nursing team was enlisted in 2017 and is now employed on a full‐time basis within the Trust’s ICT team to help pave the way in NUH ambitions to become a ‘paperless hospital’. The team have helped to introduce a whole new generation of digital tools to NUH, starting with the development of digital nursing and midwifery assessments. Working closely with numerous colleagues within ICT, the team developed 17 individual electronic assessments which are completed through ‘Nervecentre’ software, and made readily available to clinical staff.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - Command Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - eRostering System
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust - Patient Comments algorithm
London Ambulance Service - Summary Care Records application (SCRa) pilot
NHS North of England Commissioning Support
To increase the availability and ease of use of Online Nurse Appointments, North Tyneside CCG engaged NHS North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) to work in collaboration with GP practices to adapt and perfect clinical systems to suit the different types of nurse‐led appointment. Workshops which facilitated practices to establish specific staff roles were well received by attendees. One practice reported that 8 nurse‐led appointments had been booked by patients online per day following the initiative, potentially saving up to 65 hours per year.
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
East Lancashire Hospitals Trust has worked with technology partners to implement an innovative out-of-hours service using diagnostic-quality video technology to support Cumbria and Lancashire’s Stroke Service. When introduced, the Telestroke Network provided the first UK out-of-hours stroke thrombolysis service, significantly reducing morbidity and mortality rates across the region
NELFT NHS Foundation Trust
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Plymouth University, Royal Cornwall Hospitals and SUDEP Action
There are more than 600,000 people with epilepsy in the UK, and approximately 42 per cent of epilepsy deaths are preventable. EpSMon, collaboratively developed between the trust, Plymouth University, Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust, SUDEP Action and UCL Institute of Neurology, is an evidenced based free app for smartphones and tablets. It works by providing a seizure safety checklist to support people with epilepsy, allowing patients to monitor their risk for free to keep themselves safer. It has already demonstrated improved communication, safety and reduced mortality within patients.
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - Teleswallowing
University Hospitals Southampton NHS Foundation Trust - My Medical Record
West Green GP Surgery - Reducing antibiotic prescribing
South West London Pathology - Diagnostic Services
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board - Electronic Growth Chart
Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The winning hospital's electronic medical records system has revolutionised the way referral paperwork and medical notes are indexed, routed and shared among clinicians and clerical staff. This has boosted efficiency, reduced costs, and ultimately, enhanced patient care.
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
NHS Northern, Eastern and Western Devon CCG
Leicester City CCG