We were delighted to find out last night that Doc Abode, in partnership with Local Care Direct and Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, have been shortlisted for the HSJ Partnership Awards for Improving workforce capacity and patient outcomes in urgent care through digital innovation!
The Yorkshire and Humber AHSN has supported Dr Taz Aldawoud and the development of DocAbode for a number of years, in the first instance on the AHSN’s Proof of Concept programme in 2016. Local Care Direct is working alongside Doc Abode as the healthcare provider of choice for the upcoming launch of Doc Abode in Leeds.
The 2019 HSJ Partnership awards represent the most effective partnerships between the private and third sector and the NHS, changing the lives of patients through effective and successful working with NHS teams.
This year the 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. The finalists were chosen from a competitive field of leading and innovative partnerships through a rigorous judging process. This will culminate in a series of live presentations to our judging panels in February where the winners will be decided.
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 awards will be presented on 20 March in at the Westminster Park Plaza in London.
The full HSJ Partnership Awards shortlist can be viewed here: https://partnership.hsj.co.uk/finalists
Doc Abode is a real-time clinician deployment platform that safely connects a multi-disciplinary clinical workforce to NHS patient needs based on availability, proximity and expertise. Learn more about Doc Abode or contact us here.