Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (2023)

Acute Sector Innovation of the Year

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (2)


  • Alder Hey Children's FT, BrillianSee Transparent Facemask
  • Barts Heart Centre and Glenfield Hospital, Early Discharge After AMI Pathway
  • Centre for Sustainable Delivery, Cytosponge introduction into NHS Scotland
  • North London Partners Shared Services - A Provider Collaborative of 10 North London Trusts, A collaborative approach to corporate services
  • Portsmouth Hospitals University Trust, Family Liaison Officers
  • Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals Trust , EPICENTRE - Emergency Point Of Care Testing and Treatment without Transfer to Hospital
  • South West Ambulatory Orthopaedic Centre, A revolutionary collaborative approach to delivering orthopaedic surgery and tackling the backlog
  • South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre, Elective Orthopaedic Re-shape and Recovery, through a culture of innovation, an integrated team ethos and a passion for patient care
  • University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust, Restructuring emergency eye services during Covid in a tertiary referral centre
Clinical Leader of the Year


  • Waqas Akhtar, Chief Registrar, ST10 in Cardiology and Intensive Care, RCP Associate College Tutor, London Regional TROD, Founder and Director of Mechanical Life Support, Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, Part of Guy's and St Thomas' FT
  • Thangadorai Amalesh, Divisional Director of Surgery and Chair – Surgical Optimisation Group, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust and NEL ICB
  • Ellen Armistead, Executive Director of Nursing and Deputy Chief Executive , Calderdale and Huddersfield FT
  • DrAmit Arora, Regional Clinical Director, Emergency Care Improvement Support Team, University Hospitals of North Midlands Trust and Emergency Care Improvement Support Team andNHS England
  • Professor Simon Conroy, Clinical Lead, NHS Elect, Acute Frailty Network
  • Dr Michael McCabe, Consultant Anaesthetist, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust
  • Dr Indermeet Sawhney, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Director , Hertfordshire Partnership University FT
  • Dr Subodh Tote, Anaesthetist and Intensive Care Lead, Frimley Health FT
  • Dr Eddie O'Neill, Director COVID Certification Service, Department of Health, Digital Health & Care NI
Covid Vaccination Programme Award


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  • Cambridgeshire & Peterborough ICS,Vaccinators on Tour
  • Herefordshire and Worcestershire ICS,Covid Vaccination Team
  • Integrated Care Northamptonshire,Covid Vaccination Service
  • Morris House Group Practice,Vaccine Centre
  • Nimbuscare,Local and Regional Covid Vaccination Programme in York
  • North Lincolnshire Health & Care Partnership,North Lincolnshire Vaccination Programme
  • Solent Trust,Vaccination Programme
  • The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT,North East and North Cumbria Covid Vaccination Programme
  • University Hospitals Plymouth Trust,Covid Vaccination Programme
Digitising Patient Care Award

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (3)


  • Barts Health Trust ,Digital Pain Service
  • Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Life Sciences Hub Wales and Huma Therapeutics,Digital-first cardiac care using remote patient monitoring
  • Dorset ICS,BP@Home
  • Imperial College Healthcare Trust and North West London ICS,Pathway Improvement Project
  • Midlands Partnership FT,The Sandbox CYP Digital Mental Health Support
  • Moorfields Eye Hospital FT,Virtual A&E
  • Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals FT,24/7 Virtual Ward
  • Phase B,Kent & Medway Prehab
  • University College London Hospitals FT,INFORM_us Hub
Driving Efficiency through Technology Award


  • Derbyshire Community Health Services FT,Improve efficiency and service delivery in Referral/Triage automation
  • Glenfield Hospital and Barts Heart Centre,Technology Enabled Early Discharge STEMI Pathways
  • Imperial College Healthcare Trust ,Paper-free project
  • Integrated Care Northamptonshire,Point of Care Testing
  • NHS Digital,Streaming & Redirection
  • North West Ambulance Service Trust,Building a Smart, Connected Ambulance Station
  • Provide CIC,Digital Enhancements for Integrated Care Teams
  • Somerset FT and Infinity Health,Banishing the bleep out of hours: saving 90 minutes of clinical time per person per shift
  • University Hospitals of Northamptonshire Group,Transforming Productivity Through Robotic Process Automation
Freedom to Speak Up Award

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (4)


  • Bradford Teaching Hospitals FT,Freedom to Speak Up during the Covid pandemic
  • Homerton Healthcare FT,Supporting our people through the pressure of a pandemic
  • Lancashire & South Cumbria FT,Freedom to Speak Up
  • Oxford University Hospitals FT,OUH Freedom to Speak Up Review
  • Royal United Hospitals Bath FT,Acknowledging that culture needs to change
  • Sherwood Forest Hospitals FT,Growing Our Freedom To Speak Up Culture at #TeamSFH
  • Sussex Community FT,Caring for Speak Up Ambassadors - Improving our Speak Up culture
  • Whittington Health Trust,See ME First
HSJ Partnership Award


  • AstraZeneca, Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network and Hull University Teaching Hospitals Trust,Reducing the carbon footprint of asthma inhalers
  • Bond Solon, Capita and NHS England,Ensuring Safeguarding is Core Business throughout the NHS
  • Faculty and NHS England,Applying AI to create a Covid Early Warning System to predict demand for services in a pandemic
  • Genmed and South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre,A partnership delivering additional capacity, technology and value through surgery managed services
  • GM Active CIC and GM Cancer Alliance,Greater Manchester Prehab4Cancer and recovery programme
  • Induction Healthcare and Moorfields Eye Hospital FT,Virtual A&E
  • Kaleidoscope Health and Care, Edge Health and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough STP,Establishing digital diabetes care services in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
  • Kyowa Kirin,Addressing Alcohol Misuse through Education and Partnership
  • L&R Medical and South West Yorkshire Partnership FT,Reducing the burden of wounds through workforce optimisation
  • Medefer & Isle of Wight Trust,Clinically assessing and mitigating risk for outpatient backlogs - A proactive Covid recovery initiative
  • Oviva and Barking and Dagenham ICB,Reducing Variation of Care and Outcomes particularly as it relates to Socioeconomic, Cultural or Racial Determinants
  • Patchwork Health and St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals Trust,Establishing the North West Collaborative Bank - the largest in the UK
  • Proud2bOps and NHS Operational Leaders,Energising, Connecting, Supporting and Developing Operational Leaders
  • Qbtech and AHSN Network,Focus ADHD
  • Whzan Digital Health and North Central London ICB,Empowering Care Homes with Digital Health Technology
Innovation and Improvement in Reducing Healthcare Inequalities Award

Award Partner

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  • Alder Hey Children's FT,Bronchiolitis Parent Champions in the Community
  • City and Hackney PBP, North East London ICB and The Advocacy Project, East London FT ,What Matters To Me: Using Personal Health Budgets for Mental Health Recovery
  • Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals Trust ,Maternity Cultural Transformation Group
  • Herefordshire and Worcestershire ICS,Tackling Inequalities through Covid vaccination.
  • Hertfordshire Partnership University FT,Physical health checks for people with learning disabilities
  • Lancashire & South Cumbria FT and Partners ,Long Covid Service journey
  • North Central London ICS,Haringey Great Mental Health Programme
  • OneNorwich Practices,Asthma in Schools Project
  • University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust,Waiting list Access and Inequalities Tool
Integrated Care System of the Year

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (7)

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  • Dorset ICS,Medical Examiner Programme
  • Dorset ICS and Arts University Bournemouth,Think Big
  • Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership,Mental Health programme, focusing on maternal mental health/ integrated care framework for children and young people
  • Mid and South Essex ICS,Connect
  • Northern Lincolnshire & Goole FT and Local System Partners,Patient Discharge Improvement
  • Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent ICS,Integration through ambition, determination and action
  • West Yorkshire ICS,Making a collective difference to people’s lives, improving quality and efficiency of services
Mental Health Innovation of the Year

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (8)


  • Cheshire and Wirral Partnership FT,Dynamic Support Database - Clinical Support Tool
  • City and Hackney PBP, North East London ICB, East London FT, Homerton Healthcare FT, Alzheimer's Society, London Borough of Hackney and City of London Corporation,An Alliance Model of Dementia Care from diagnosis to end of life
  • East London FT,Rough Sleeping Adults Mental Health Project
  • Forward Thinking Birmingham and Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity,Fight For All The Feels
  • Greater Manchester Mental Health FT, Start, Mind in Salford, Six Degrees, Greater Manchester ICP, Salford Council and Salford CVS,Living Well Salford
  • Lancashire & South Cumbria FT,Change Talks
  • Leeds and York Partnership FT,Red Kite View
  • North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare Trust, North East and North Cumbria Suicide Prevention Network and 4 Mental Health, Connecting with People and SAFETool
  • South Yorkshire Integrated Care Board - Doncaster Team,Mental Health Crisis Alternatives
Military and Civilian Health Partnership Award


  • East Lancashire Hospitals Trust,Armed Forces Veteran Project
  • Imperial College Healthcare Trust and NHS England,Veterans Trauma Network
  • Joint Hospital Group South and Portsmouth Hospitals University Trust,Changing from comfortable partnership to a mutually beneficial dynamic, responsive partnership which benefits patients and staff in NHS and deployment
  • North East and North Cumbria ICS Mental Health Programme,Veterans Mental HealthNetwork
  • Royal College of General Practitioners,Veteran-friendly practice accreditation programme
  • University of Chester,Westminster Centre for Research in Veterans
NHS Communications Initiative of the Year Award

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (11)


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  • Humber Teaching FT,A 'Humbelievable' Recruitment Campaign
  • King's College Hospital FT,Maternity Parent Education Online
  • NHS England - London Region,"Got A Problem?" Increasing Covid vaccine uptake among 18-25 year old Londoners from ethnic minority backgrounds
  • NHS Greater Manchester Integrated Care,Never Quit Quitting campaign
  • Prostate Cancer UK and the NHS Cancer Programme,Find the 14,000 Men
  • South West London ICB,Targeted pharmacy footfall tracking campaign
  • The Dudley Group FT,Engaging staff for a better future: NHS Staff Survey
  • UK Health Security Agency,Technical Briefings
  • West Yorkshire ICS,#RootOutRacism (Anti-Racism Movement)
NHS Race Equality Award

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (12)


  • Arden and Gem CSU and The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT,Maximising Your Potential - Leadership Development Programme
  • Barnardo's,Public Health Respiratory Support for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Families
  • Chief Nursing Officer & Chief Midwifery Officers Black and Minority Ethnic Strategic Advisory Group, NHS England,Emergency Covid Response: Focus on Workforce Experiences
  • Guy's and St Thomas' FT ,Kofoworola Abeni Pratt Fellowship
  • King's College Hospital FT,Equitable Care for All Ethnicities at the end-of-life project
  • Midlands Leadership and Lifelong Learning Team, NHS England,Primary Care BAME Women Sponsorship Programme
  • NHS England (Midlands), Midlands Leadership and Lifelong Learning Academy, Midlands CNO & CMidO Ethnic Minority Expert Reference Group & CNO & CMidO BME Strategic Advisory Group Regional representative,Developing Aspirant Ethnic Minority Leaders Programme
  • Turning The Tide Oversight Group,Equity in career development, opportunity and well-being
  • Whittington Health Trust ,See ME First
Patient Safety Award


  • Alder Hey Children's FT,BrillianSee Transparent Facemask
  • Blackpool Teaching Hospitals FT,Eliminating Pressure Ulcers during Covid
  • Kent Community Health FT,Medicines Optimisation in Special Schools
  • Lancashire & South Cumbria FT,Moving to a Least Restrictive Culture
  • Mid and South Essex FT,Reducing hypoxic brain injuries at birth by innovative Physiological Interpretation of Cardiotocograph
  • National Clinical Engineers Network,Building a Clinical Engineering Network across the UK, breaking boundaries and keeping patients safe
  • NHS Elect, Acute Frailty Network,Supporting older people living with frailty to get home sooner and healthier
  • North West Ambulance Service Trust,Ambulance Handover Improvement – Continuing against all odds and sustaining the gain
  • Somerset FT,Setting up a social care training team to improve patient safety and experience
Performance Recovery Award


  • Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust ,Elective Recovery
  • Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership,Technology and Relationships Improving Flow
  • Children’s Hospital Alliance,National Paediatric Accelerator: Recovery Programme
  • Croydon Health Services Trust ,A vision of ambition and innovation to recover elective services for patients and our staff
  • Dorset ICS,Outpatient Assessment Centres @ Dorset Health Village - Dorset's "Think Big" Recovery Programme
  • Gateshead Health FT,Breast Services - Service Line Structure to Deliver Sustainable Performance Recovery
  • Hepatitis C DTS Provider Forum,Hepatitis C Virus Screening in Drug Treatment Services
  • Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Trust ,A new era of MTW Endoscopy
  • Midlands Partnership FT,Staffordshire Community Dental Service - Paediatric General Anaesthetic Service
Place-based Partnership Award


  • City and Hackney PBP, North East London ICB, East London FT, Homerton Healthcare FT, Alzheimer's Society, London Borough of Hackney and City of London Corporation,An Alliance Model of Dementia Care from diagnosis to end of life
  • Fast-Track Cities London,Working towards zero HIV in London through an improvement community partnership
  • Manchester University FT, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital,Greater Manchester Children's Rehabilitation Project: Major Trauma School Reintegration Service
  • Mid and South Essex FT,Anchoring the Southend 2050 Ambition
  • North Middlesex University Hospital Trust, Haringey Local Authority, Enfield Local Authority, AgeUK Enfield, Enfield Connections Riverside Enfield and Enfield Carers,Community Advice Hub
  • One Northern Devon,A Place-based, Person-Centred, System Partnership
  • OneNorwich Practices,Living Well Team
  • South and West HertfordshireHealth and CarePartnership,An Integrated Virtual Hospital
  • University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust,Integrated MSK Pathway
Primary and Community Care Innovation of the Year


  • Black Country and West Birmingham ICB,Primary Care RSV and Paediatric Hub
  • East Midlands Mastalgia Pathway Implementation Team,Mastalgia Pathway - East Midlands Transformation model
  • Evelina London part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ FT, King’s College Hospital FT, King’s College London, South East London ICB, Lambeth Council, Southwark Council, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity, South London and Maudsley FT and Lambeth and Southwark GP Federations,Children & Young People's Health Partnership
  • Imperial College Healthcare Trust and North West London ICS,The power of collaboration: revolutionising heart failure care through digital innovation and transformed care pathways
  • Kent and Medway ICS (A partnership between Thanet CIC, Thanet GP Practices and Kent Community Health FT),Thanet Acute Response Team
  • Lancashire & South Cumbria FT, NW PCNs, NW ICSs, Health Education EnglandNorth West, University of Central Lancashire and NWC Innovation Agency,Delivering an Innovative Mental Health Prevention& Promotion service in Primary Care Networks with a new workforce, the ‘Associate Psychological Practitioners’
  • Lincolnshire ICB, Lincolnshire Cooperative Pharmacy and,Releasing workforce pressure – Digitally-enabled UTI Test & Treat in Community Pharmacy
  • NTH Solutions, a subsidiary of North Tees and Hartlepool FT,The Community Kit Bag
  • UCLPartners,Proactive Care Frameworks
Primary and Community Care Provider of the Year

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (13)


  • Haringey GP Federation
  • Humber Teaching FT
  • Isle of Wight Trust
  • Kent and Medway ICS (A partnership between Thanet CIC, Thanet GP Practices and Kent Community Health FT)
  • Miriam Primary Care Group
  • Modality Partnership
  • Northumbria Primary Care
  • Primary Care Sheffield
Provider Collaboration of the Year


  • East London FT, Essex Partnership University FT and Sheffield Health and Social Care FT ,Clinical Associate in Psychology: An apprenticeship model for a future sustainable and diverse psychology workforce
  • Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership and Midlands and Lancashire CSU,Smoking cessation transfer of care from hospital to community pharmacy pilot
  • Integrated Care Northamptonshire,The iCAN Programme
  • North Central and East London Provider Collaborative,Commissioning and Providing Child and Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient Services
  • North Thames Genomic Laboratory Hub,Transforming Standard of Care Diagnostics for Paediatric Blood Cancers
  • South Tees Hospitals FT,North of England Quaternary Collaborative Per Oral Endoscopic Myotomy service for achalasia with establishment of multi disciplinary team
  • South West Provider Collaborative and Lead Provider Devon Partnership Trust,To transform outcomes for people with mental health conditions by working collaboratively, at-scale
  • Southern Health FT,Hampshire and Isle of Wight People and OD Collaborative
  • West Yorkshire Vascular Service,Providing a single, shared vascular service
Staff Wellbeing Award


  • Birmingham Women's and Children's FT,Employer with Heart - A new approach to miscarriage and premature parenting in the workforce
  • Chief Nursing Officer & Chief Midwifery Officers Black and Minority Ethnic Strategic Advisory Group, NHS England,Emergency Covid response: focus on BME Workforce experiences
  • Here,Creating exceptional care, for everyone through wellness, learning and focusing on what matters
  • Lancashire & South Cumbria FT,Enhancing the Wellbeing Offer within LSCft
  • Leeds Community Healthcare Trust, LCH Your Health and Wellbeing - Caring for each other Staff Facebook Group
  • Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital FT,Improving Culture and Wellbeing: Be Civil, Be Kind
  • NHS England - London Region,Talent Management Support Networks
  • North Bristol Trust ,Psychology Team Staff Trauma Support
  • The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital FT,Staff Wellbeing
System Led Support for Carers Award

Award Partner

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Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (14)


  • Carers Support,Sussex Integrated Programme for Carers
  • Mobilise, Shropshire Council and West Midlands ADASS,Online identification and support for carers
  • n-compass,Lancashire Carers Service Partnership and Engagement Team
  • Northamptonshire Carers,Carers as Equal and Expert Partners in Care
  • Surrey Heartlands ICS,No carer should care alone
Towards Net Zero Award

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (15)


  • Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership,Greener FootPRINT Project
  • Hull University Teaching Hospitals Trust,Bold ambitions: The Zero30 Green Plan
  • London Ambulance Service Trust,Bicycle Team & other Zero Emissions Innovations
  • Manchester University FT,Medicine Decarbonisation
  • Nottinghamshire Healthcare FT,Our Journey to Net Zero
  • Swansea Bay University Health Board,Our Low Carbon Journey
  • The Hillingdon Hospitals FT,Fast Forward Sustainability
  • The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT,Sustainable Healthcare in Newcastle (Shine)
  • University Hospitals of North Midlands Trust,Saving Lives with Solar
Trust of the Year

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (16)


  • Derbyshire Healthcare FT
  • East London FT
  • Imperial College Healthcare Trust
  • Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital FT
  • North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare Trust
  • Northamptonshire Healthcare FT
  • The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn FT
  • University College London Hospitals FT
  • University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust
Using Data to Connect Services Award

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (17)


  • Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust, North East London ICB, North East London FT and NEC Rego,North East London MSK Alliance - Digital Referral Rego
  • Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Health and Care Partnership,Digitising care for children with complex epilepsy
  • Cheshire and Merseyside ICS and One Liverpool Partnership,Closing the Data-Action-Gap for Better Health and Care: A Civic Blueprint
  • Dorset ICS,Transforming COPD patient experience through data and digital initiative
  • South London and Maudsley FT and ReStart,Interoperability of data to support Mental Health Innovation
  • South Tees Hospitals FT,Cancer Pathway Improvements through Auto-Tracking, Auto-Sequencing and Collaborative Reviews
  • The Rotherham FT,Taking a holistic approach to overhauling real-time patient flow
Workforce Initiative of the Year

Award Partner

Shortlist 2022 | HSJ Awards (18)

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  • Birmingham and Solihull ICS, 'I Can' Programme
  • Connecting Futures Collaborative,A Regional Refugee Doctor Programme
  • East London FT, Essex Partnership University FT and Sheffield Health and Social Care FT,Clinical Associate in Psychology: An apprenticeship model for a future sustainable and diverse psychology workforce
  • Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care Board,LAMP Programme
  • Lancashire Teaching Hospitals FT,Medical Intern Project
  • Modality Partnership,Thinking Outside the Box
  • NHS England, RefuAid, Talent Beyond Boundaries, Liverpool John Moores University and Partners,Refugee Nursing Support Programme
  • Northern Care Alliance FT,Planning for the Future
  • West London Trust ,CAMHS Training and Progression Programme


What are the HSJ awards? ›

The awards recognise and reward the hard-working teams and individuals who, in these times of austerity, pay restraints and workforce shortages, are striving to deliver improved patient care.

What does Hsj stand for? ›

HSJ. Health Service Journal - for healthcare leaders.

What is Hsj Co UK? ›

Health Service Journal (HSJ) is the news and insight service for all healthcare leaders working in, for, or with the NHS.

What does Digital Health do? ›

Digital health technologies use computing platforms, connectivity, software, and sensors for health care and related uses. These technologies span a wide range of uses, from applications in general wellness to applications as a medical device.

Are NHS providers part of the NHS? ›

NHS Providers is the membership organisation for the NHS hospital, mental health, community and ambulance services that treat patients and service users in the NHS.

Is health service journal peer-reviewed? ›

BMC Health Services Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of health services research.

When did digital health start? ›

During the decade that we are in now — from 2010 to 2020 — digital health has grown into an entirely accepted path for achieving higher standards of health. A significant milestone in the development of digital health was the launch of a digital health unit by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2017.

How do I get into digital health? ›

5 Tips for Launching a Career in Digital Health
  1. Know what you want. If you're a developer, you should be able to relatively easy find a job at a digital health company. ...
  2. Learn about healthcare. ...
  3. Understand the technology. ...
  4. Keep learning. ...
  5. Meet people from the industry. ...
  6. The bottom line.
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What are the 3 levels of health care? ›

Primary care is the main doctor that treats your health, usually a general practitioner or internist. Secondary care refers to specialists. Tertiary care refers to highly specialized equipment and care.

What are the 4 main health care sectors? ›

The key sectors of the healthcare industry can be broadly classified into the following four sub-segments:
  • Health care services and facilities.
  • Medical devices, equipment, and hospital supplies manufacturers.
  • Medical insurance, medical services, and managed care.
  • Pharmaceuticals & Related Segments.

How much does the CEO of NHS Providers earn? ›

Average NHS Chief Executive Officer yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £221,858, which is 323% above the national average.

What's a good impact factor? ›

In most fields, the impact factor of 10 or greater is considered an excellent score while 3 is flagged as good and the average score is less than 1.

Who owns Health Service Journal? ›

Health Service Journal
EditorAlastair McLellan
CountryUnited Kingdom
Based inAldgate, London
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What does BMC journal mean? ›

BioMed Central (BMC) is a United Kingdom-based, for-profit scientific open access publisher that produces over 250 scientific journals. All its journals are published online only. BioMed Central describes itself as the first and largest open access science publisher.

What is the importance of digital health and wellness? ›

The benefits of digital wellbeing include: Stronger employee engagement and higher productivity: By promoting digital wellness through digital workspace technologies that encourage focus and reduce distraction, organizations can reduce worker exhaustion and improve employee engagement and productivity.

What are digital health products? ›

What are digital health products? Digital health products include wearable devices, digital health apps, and other products that can help older adults monitor their health—or the health of someone you love from afar. Some digital health technology examples include: Fitness trackers (e.g., Fitbit)

How can digital health technology improve health outcomes? ›

Health systems

Digital health can improve the functioning and efficacy of the broader health system by ensuring individual platforms can speak to and understand each other (interoperability – see 'Interoperability and data development' for more information).

What is digital health as we know IT today? ›

What is digital health? Combining technology with healthcare, digital health aims to provide improved and cost-effective medical services. Using innovative technology such as health apps tracking real-time data, ingestible sensors and wearables, patients can now stay fit the easy way.


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