WINNER: HUC: Virtual Waiting Room
The Urgent and Emergency Care Collaborative brought together local organisations to deliver new innovative integrated urgent care service models across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Relationships between the providers have developed and HUC has taken this opportunity to drive change and improve patient care.
As part of its 111 First project supporting direct booking into emergency departments, HUC and the EDs of Cambridge University Hospital and North West Anglia Foundation Trust, working with colleagues from Cambridge and Peterborough CCG, determined to pilot an alternative pathway for patients directed to ED following a 111 Clinical Advisory Service assessment.
Highly commended: West Hertfordshire Hospitals Trust: Digitisation of Trauma Pathways
- Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust and Oxehealth: Improved Operational Efficiencies Through Better Care and Patient Safety in Inpatient Mental Health Services
- Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital FT: Covid-19 Vaccination ePSD
- Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Trust: MTW Care Coordination Centre Powered by a New Bed Management System
- Nottingham University Hospitals Trust and DrDoctor: NUH Enabling Digital Pathways to Transform Outpatient Care
- Portsmouth Hospitals University Trust: Emergency Department Intelligent Automation - Automating Ambulance Handovers for Faster, Safer and Less Stressful Patient Information Processing
- St George’s Hospital, South West London Pathology, Technologies Validation Group (Department of Health and Social Care Test and Trace) and LumiraDx: Implementing Covid-19 Point of Care Testing in the Emergency Department
- Torbay and South Devon FT and Health and Care Innovations (HCI): CONNECTPlus: Multiple Conditions App That Reduces Demand by Empowering Patients to Self Manage
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HSJ Awards 2021: Driving Efficiency Through Technology Award