Isosec shortlisted for two awards already in 2017!

We’ve really started of 2017 with a bang here at Isosec, with lots of plans to continue the momentum throughout the year.

We are very proud to announce that we are shortlisted in the 2017 British Journal of Midwifery Awards for Innovation in Practice with Shereen Nimmo, Lead Midwife from Imperial College Healthcare NHS and her community team. Shereen’s team was the pilot site for our clinical mobile app MIA Maternity, and they have completely transformed their community service delivery for women in London with better digital provisions; saving costs from previous inefficiencies, resulting in better care and outcomes for women, as well as increasing their home birth rate and breastfeeding mums.

BJM Awards 2017 Finalist

Isosec and Imperial have also been shortlisted for the HSJ Value in Healthcare 2017 Awards for the second year in a row in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology category, also for mobile app MIA Maternity. We are thrilled to be involved in the HSJ Awards again, and pleased that the panels for both awards can see the real value of digital transformation and recognise the savings and better patient care it can deliver.

HSJ Awards 2017 Finalist

Be sure to follow us on Twitter or here on the blog to find out whether we scoop an award! We have some new products launching in the immediate future, so it’s a very exciting time here at Isosec indeed! To find out more about MIA Maternity you can watch our short animated video or the full case study video at Imperial College Healthcare NHS.

Isosec shortlisted for prestigious HSJ Value in Healthcare Award

Isosec and the Maternity Department at Imperial College NHS have been shortlisted in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology category at the 2016 Health Service Journal (HSJ) Value in Healthcare Awards with their innovative MIA solution, to be held on 24 May at Manchester Central, Manchester.

The HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards recognises and rewards outstanding efficiency and improvement by the NHS. The awards continue to recognise excellent use of resources. But they also seek out examples of demonstrable improvement in outcomes, both within back office functions and clinical initiatives.

Entrants demonstrated that they are striving to improve value and efficiency in healthcare and have been judged to be leading the way in this increasingly important area.

The shortlisted organisations will now complete presentations and interviews to a specific judging panel made up of senior and influential figures from the health sector. These include:

  • Bob Ricketts, Director of Commissioning Support Services Strategy, NHS England
  • Tracy Taylor, Chief Executive , Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Karen Lynas, Interim Managing Director, NHS Leadership Academy
  • Adrian Hayter, Chair, Windsor, Ascot & Maidenhead CCG
  • Dr Susan Hamer, Director of Nursing, Learning and Organisational Development, NIHR Clinical Research Network

The awards will be handed out at an inspirational ceremony on 24 May 2016 at Manchester Central, Manchester.

For more information on the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards go to https://value.hsj.co.uk/

EMAP media contact: Leila Widaa on 020 3033 2893 or Leila.Widaa@emap.com

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