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HSJ Partnership Awards 2019 shortlist announced

The finalists for the HSJ Partnership Awards have been announced today ahead of a prestigious black-tie dinner awards ceremony at Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge on 20 March 2019.

The finalists for the HSJ Partnership Awards have been announced today ahead of a prestigious black-tie dinner awards ceremony at Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge on 20 March 2019. Following the success of the inaugural awards in 2018, the programme has been expanded to cover a swathe of new sectors across 16 categories, including a specific award for non-profits.

The team of judges were impressed with the calibre of all the entries and their commitment to work with the NHS to deliver value for money and improved patient care through sector leading innovation and exceptional service. Shortlisted applicants demonstrated that their projects 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.

Winning entries in the HSJ Partnership Awards 2018 included new payroll systems, a new clinical pathway for leg ulcers and an alternative dispute resolution protocol tool, with each project demonstrating clear benefits to NHS organisations.

HSJ editor Alastair McLellan said: “Congratulations to all of the shortlisted organisations and I look forward to celebrating your success at the prestigious black-tie awards dinner in March.

“The HSJ Partnership Awards highlight the invaluable work performed by the organisations that work alongside the NHS to deliver first class patient care, shining a spotlight on their efforts which are often unseen but are essential. Each of the shortlisted organisations is delivering tangible benefits to NHS patients, clinicians and the facilities they use, making a real difference in these challenging economic times.”

For the shortlist, please visit: http://bit.ly/2DjUTpe

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

NOTES 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.

HSJ is an intelligence and premium events service which unites healthcare leaders with their peers through online, mobile, social media and face to face at awards ceremonies, conferences and bespoke events.

ABOUT HSJ AWARDS PROGRAMMES:

HSJ has four major annual award programmes which celebrate excellence across every area of the NHS:

HSJ Awards

The most coveted accolade in UK healthcare the HSJ Awards is the largest annual benchmarking and recognition programme for the health sector. The finalists and winners represent the best in healthcare excellence.

Partnership Awards

When the NHS works with the private sector it is much more than a transactional relationship. The Partnership Awards celebrate the people and businesses promoting joint working and supplier innovation to deliver better and more cost-effective patient care.

Value Awards

Excellence in procurement, financial management and driving value helps the NHS serve patients. The Value Awards recognises achievements in improved efficiency that also benefit the patient.

Patient Safety Awards

Recognising the hardworking staff of the NHS the Patient Safety Awards represents innovative projects, dedicated people and organisations committed to improving the experience of patients in their care.

To find out more about HSJ click here

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23rd January 2019

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