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e-Health Insider Award winners

8th November 2007

Awards have been made for some of the UK’s most outstanding health IT projects.

Winners announced in the BT e-Health Awards ceremony in London came from all sectors of the healthcare IT community with six award categories attracting more than 80 entries.

The award for Healthcare Business Support ICT Team of the Year was won by Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust’s IM&T team and suppliers Msoft for a blood-tracking solution, which has achieved complete tracking and traceability of all blood products used by the trust.

The winner of the Primary Care ICT Team of the Year was the NHS Tayside Health Informatics Team for a range of achievements but specifically for creating an integrated data communications network based on the use of a Community Health Index (CHI) number linking individual health records across the Tayside region.

The Community and Mental Health ICT Team of the Year award went to Tower Hamlets Care Community for its implementation of the NHS London Programme for IT electronic Single Assessment Process (e-SAP) solution.

The winner of the Excellence in Health Information Management was Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust, for its introduction of Dr Foster Intelligence’s Patient Experience Tracker tool to gather patient opinion on hospital care.

The winner of the Acute Care ICT Team of the Year was Countess of Chester Hospital ICT Team for initiatives at their busy acute hospital, including a fully integrated patient care system.

The E-Health Insider Readers’ Award for Healthcare ICT Champion of the Year was won Dr Mike Bainbridge clinical architect, NHS Connecting for Health.


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