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Winners of the HSJ Partnership Awards 2019 unveiled

The winners of the HSJ Partnership Awards 2019 were announced on 20 March at a prestigious black-tie awards ceremony at Park Plaza, Westminster.

The winners of the HSJ Partnership Awards 2019 were announced on 20 March at a prestigious black-tie awards ceremony at Park Plaza, Westminster. First launched in 2017, the HSJ Partnership Awards reward 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. The awards celebrate projects that have made a tangible difference to the NHS by, for example, improving services, facilities or quality of life for patients, or working more efficiently to save money.

A total of 16 category winners and 7 highly commended entries from a range of sectors were honoured during the awards ceremony for their work behind the scenes assisting the NHS;

  • Best Clinical Service and Treatment Pathway Transformation Project - PwC and North Bristol Trust
  • Best Educational Programme for the NHS - Sussex MSK Partnership (Central), Here (Care Unbound) and Sussex Community FT
  • Best Healthcare Provider Partnership - Roche Diagnostics and Oxford AHSN
  • Best Not for Profit Working in Partnership with the NHS - Breast Cancer Care, NHS Trusts and Health Boards
  • Best Pharmaceutical Partnership with the NHS - Gilead Sciences, CGL and the NHS
  • Clinical Support Service Award - Stericycle and Salford Royal FT
  • Consultancy Partnership of the Year - 2020 Delivery and Portsmouth Hospitals Trust
  • Healthcare Analytics Provider of the Year - PA Consulting Group and Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
  • Legal Services Provider of the Year - Ward Hadaway and Tees Esk and Wear Valleys FT
  • Medical Device or Hardware Innovation Award - Zilico Limited and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals FT
  • Medical Software, Systems and Technology Award - Patchwork and Chelsea and Westminster FT
  • Patient Digital Participation Award - Ampersand Health
  • Procurement Support or Service Project of the Year - GRI UK and The Bristol, Weston and Bath Partnership Project (BNSSG)
  • Property and Estates Management Service Provider of the Year - St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals Trust, New Hospitals, Vinci Facilities, Medirest
  • Recruitment Services Provider of the Year - Remedium Partners
  • Workforce Innovation Award - Doc Abode, Local Care Direct and Yorkshire and Humber AHSN

Alastair McLellan, Editor of HSJ, said: “Partnership working is essential to the continued smooth operation of the NHS, and the sustainable delivery of world class healthcare. Thousands of organisations provide critical services and support every day that assist healthcare professionals, their innovation leading to improvements in service provision despite ever-tightening budgets. Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists, our expert panel of judges faced a tough decision selecting from among hundreds of high calibre entries.”

Details about the winning projects can be found here:

22nd March 2019



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