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Innovative NHS suppliers scoop HSJ Partnership Awards

Winners include pharma, medtech, healthcare consultants and IT specialists. Innovative pharma and medtech companies have been honoured in an awards scheme run by Health Service Journal (HSJ), the news and information service for all healthcare leaders working in, for, or with the NHS.

Healthcare consultants and IT specialists were also among the winners of the HSJ Partnership Awards, which recognise the efforts of private sector organisations that work behind the scenes to help the NHS deliver better and more cost-effective patient care. The awards scheme culminated in a ceremony in London on March 8.

The winners and highly commended organisations included:

Best Clinical Support Service: Winner, Urgo Medical Ltd
Best Healthcare Provider to the NHS: Winner, Circle Health
Best Innovation in Medical Technology: Winner Bruin Biometrics; highly commended, Endomagnetics Limited & Neotract Teleflex Interventional Urology
Best Pharmaceutical Partnership with the NHS: Winner, Merck, Sharp and Dohme Ltd; highly commended, Sandoz UK
Best Procurement Support or Service: de Poel health+care
Best Provider of Healthcare Analytics: Winner Carnall Farrar; highly commended, Membership Engagement Services Ltd
Best Workforce Innovation: Winner, ESRconnect Ltd; highly commended, Liquid Bronze
Consultancy of the Year: Winner Carnall Farrar; highly commended, GE Healthcare Partners

The HSJ Partnership Awards scheme, which was launched in 2017, rewarded inspirational work carried out for the NHS by organisations ranging from architects, builders and facilities managers to IT experts, pharma companies, healthcare providers and medtech firms. 

Entrants were required to demonstrate that their projects had made a tangible difference to the NHS by, for example, improving services, facilities or quality of life for patients, or saving money.   Alastair McLellan, Editor of HSJ, said: “The NHS relies heavily on the private sector for goods and services, but in these tough economic times suppliers must work harder than ever to ensure they offer value for money and help the NHS innovate and improve.

“The HSJ Partnership Awards scheme was launched last year to recognise and celebrate the significant contribution made behind the scenes by innovative suppliers. The judges have been greatly impressed by the standard of entries and we warmly congratulate the winners, highly commended organisations and all those who made it on to the shortlist.” 

ENDS

For more information:

Andrew Baud, Tala, 020 3397 3383 or 07775 715775, andrew.baud@teamtala.com 

Note to Editors:About HSJ

HSJ is the only title to cover all aspects of publicly funded healthcare, providing news, analysis, best practice information and advice from the most powerful people in health, for the most powerful people in health.The HSJ audience is formed of healthcare leaders from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds and both public and private sectors.To find out more about HSJ click here. 

About Wilmington plc

Wilmington plc is a dynamic and expanding company with a common aim – turning knowledge into advantage. Wilmington plc provides information and training to professional business markets within the Risk and Compliance, Finance, Legal and Insight sectors. Wilmington plc enables professionals and their organisations to enhance performance by providing high quality, relevant and reliable information, education and knowledge. Wilmington plc are underpinned by the core values of enhancing, enabling, collaborating and innovating.To find out more about Wilmington plc click here. 

13th March 2018

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