Due to the ongoing challenges of Covid, faced by the NHS and wider healthcare sector, the HSJ has decided to move the judging presentations for the HSJ Partnership Awards back to a later date. Presentations to decide the overall winner for each award category due, to take place in February, will now take place at the end of April, and the awards ceremony remains timetabled for June.
Entries are judged by senior figures from across the NHS and healthcare sector across 17 very different categories, including Best Healthcare Provider Partnership with the NHS, Procurement Project of the Year, Best Healthcare Analytics Project, Best Acute Sector Partnership with the NHS, and also the Workforce Innovation Award, where we are a finalist. See the website for a full list of categories and finalists under each: https://partnership.hsj.co.uk/finalists-2021
Why is the HSJ Award so important?
First and foremost, we’re proud to be shortlisted for any award with the caliber of the HSJ, and particularly one that is on a national scale. For a small company like ours, getting shortlisted as a finalist is a huge achievement, and importantly is validation of years of product development and sacrifice. Perhaps even more striking for us at such a moment of unprecedented crisis, is the power of an initiative to make us pause to reflect on the greatness of our NHS, and the enormity of the sacrifice NHS staff continually make to keep us all safe. We are immensely proud to support Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, key to Covid efforts in the North West, and look forward to many more years of collaboration.
The Health Service Journal – HSJ – launched HSJ Healthcare Partnership Awards in 2017 to identify, put the spotlight on, and celebrate the best products and services being used by the NHS, giving suppliers the opportunity to be identified as leaders and innovators within healthcare.