2016 winner annoucement

The 2016 EHI Awards categories and winners are:


Category: Excellence in mobile healthcare

Winner: South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS), Ortivus AB and Quicksilva Limited
Project: Mobile Summary Care Record Access for Ambulances


Category: Best use of IT to support clinical treatment and care

Winner: University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
Project: My medical record


Category: The CCIO award for clinical informatics leadership

Winner: Dr Masood Nazir, GP and chief clinical information officer at NHS Birmingham CrossCity CCG


Category: Best use of IT to support integrated healthcare services

Winners: King’s Health Partners and Lambeth and Southwark NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups
Project: Joining up patient care in Lambeth and Southwark


Category: Excellence in healthcare business analytics

Winner: Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
Project: Reducing clinical variation through new insights


Category: Best use of IT to support healthcare business efficiency

Winners: South West London Pathology and Orion Health
Project: Creating an integrated pathology service for South West London Pathology


Category: Digital NHS trust or health board of the year

Winner: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Project: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust – Roadmap to a Digital Health Enterprise

Category: Best use of technology to share information with patients and carers

Winner: Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust & Propagator Ltd
Project: Squeezy Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercise App


Category: Healthcare IT Product Innovation

Winners: Academic Unit of Elderly Care and Rehabilitation, University of Leeds and Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Institute of Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham; ResearchOne, TPP; SystmOne, TPP; Faculty of Health Studies, University of Bradford
Project: Development, validation and implementation of an electronic Frailty Index


Category: Best use of IT to promote patient safety

Winners: NHS Fife
Project: A Scottish first in patient safety