Imprivata customers take the UK’s ehi Awards by storm as they demonstrate continued innovation in healthcare IT

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to join the best and brightest of the NHS, many of who are Imprivata customers, at the ehi Awards gala in London. In a time when NHS funds are limited and efficiency gains – clinical and operational – are needed, these finalists represent those that have gone above and beyond to deliver the highest quality care and drive new innovative ways to deliver the right information to the right care provider at the right time in a patient’s journey.  

Our customers also know that patient privacy and overall security are of the utmost importance as cybersecurity attacks become more and more prevalent. Being able to provide the right security with the convenience to access the right information at the right time has enabled them to give time back to their clinical teams and drive operational efficiency.

I would like to congratulate all of our customers who were finalists and winners. These organizations truly have gone above and beyond. 

Imprivata Customers Recognized as Finalists and Winners:

Healthcare IT Product Innovation

  • Winner: Academic Unit of Elderly Care and Rehabilitation, University of Leeds and Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for development, validation, and implementation of an electronic Frailty Index

Imprivata Presenting the CCIO of the Year Award

The CCIO Award for Clinical Informatics Leadership

  • Finalist: Dr. Afzal Chaudhry, CMIO & Consultant Physician at Addenbrooke's Hospital
  • Finalist: Dr. Martin Gray, Chief Clinical Information Officer at St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Winner: Dr. Masood Nazir, GP & Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS Birmingham CrossCity CCG

Imprivata with the team from St Georges including Dr. Martin Gray who was nominated for CCIO of the year!

Best Use of IT to Support Integrated Healthcare Services

  • Finalist: Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for eHospital
  • Winner: King's Health Partners (Guy's & St Thomas', King's College Hospital, South London & Maudsley NHS FTs), Lambeth and Southwark CCGs for joining up patient care in Lambeth and Southwark

Excellence in Healthcare Business Analytics:

  • Finalist: Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust for reducing clinical variation through new insights
  • Finalist: Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust for Semantic Analysis of Patient Feedback using Machine learning

Best Use of IT to Support Healthcare Business Efficiency

  • Winner: South West London Pathology and Orion Health for creating an integrated pathology service

Best Use of IT to Promote Patient Safety

  • Winner: NHS Fife for a Scottish first in patient safety

Best Use of IT to Support Clinical Treatment and Care

  • Finalist: Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) for transforming patient safety with Patientrack
  • Winner: University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust for My medical record

Best Use of Technology to Share Information with Patients and Carers

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

Imprivata with Brimingham Mental Health Team who was nominated for Digital NHS Trust or Health Board of the Year

Digital NHS Trust or Health Board of the Year

  • Finalist: Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for eHospital
  • Winner: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust for Roadmap to a Digital Health Enterprise

The full list of winners can be found here. Congratulations to all!

Carina Edwards is Imprivata’s Senior Vice President of Customer Experience