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EHI Awards winners map


A simple email alert system developed by Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust has improved care for cancer patients. Chris Thorne reports.
4 July 2012


The Clinical Technology Centre at NHS Tayside was joint winner of the major healthcare IT development category for the Scottish Care Information – Diabetes Collaboration. Daloni Carlisle reports.
7 June 2012


Plymouth NHS ICT Shared Service won ‘innovation in healthcare interoperability’ for a system to pass information about patients at risk of hospital admission between services. Daloni Carlisle reports.
8 May 2012


Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust and Ascribe Consulting won the ‘best use of IT to promote patient safety award’ for the clinical handover system, eHandover. Paul Curran reports.
23 April 2012


NHS South of Tyne and Wear’s GPC+ won the ‘most promising IT for GP-led commissioning’ category of the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT. Fiona Barr reports.
16 April 2012


When NHS Sefton realised that its online information tools were failing to reach some of its neediest residents, it decided to turn to a tried and tested method of communication – the television. Rebecca Todd reports.
27 March 2012


Video-conferencing has delivered dramatic improvements in pulmonary rehabilitation in Scotland. Fiona Barr reports.
29 February 2012


NHS Direct and InferMed were winners in the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT for rebuilding the NHS Direct website and expanding its digital services. Paul Curran reports.
14 February 2012


A digital pen system has saved time and money for midwives in Portsmouth. Shanna Crispin reports.
31 January 2012


A clinical process improvement system that minimises delays in patient discharge made RealTime Health the overall winner of the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT. Paul Curran explains.
17 January 2012


James Norman is the Healthcare IT Champion of the Year. Shanna Crispin talked to an “accidental” director of IT.
3 November 2011


The winners of the EHI Awards 2011 in association with BT were delighted when they weren’t speechless. Lyn Whitfield reports.
7 October 2011


The programme to deploy RiO in London and the South won last year's ‘major healthcare IT development’ award; but plenty of work has gone on since. Fiona Barr reports.
14 June 2011


MDSAS won the ‘excellence in major healthcare IT development’ category of last year’s awards for its UK NHS Haemophilia Informatics Strategy. Stephen Pritchard reports.
2 June 2011


The Image Exchange Portal won ‘innovation in healthcare interoperability’. Stephen Pritchard finds out why.
11 May 2011


A cab-based system designed to let ambulance crews in Scotland develop an electronic patient record and transmit it to A&E departments was the overall winner in 2010. Fiona Barr finds out more.
19 April 2011


A Manchester trust that deployed the Patientrack bedside observation and alerting system was recognised for its work in improving patient safety. Paul Curran reports.
10 March 2011


A Nursing Metrics system developed at Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust is providing instant feedback on key aspects of nursing performance. Linda Davidson reports.
24 February 2011


EMIS Web was the joint winner of last year’s production innovation award. Paul Curran reports on EMIS Group’s ‘next generation’ system.
15 February 2011


A system to help care homes deliver medicines safely was a winner at the E-Health Insider Awards 2010 in association with BT. Paul Curran reports on Protomed’s Biodose.
25 January 2011


The NHS in the East of England is saving lives and money with an innovative teleconferencing package for stroke. Daloni Carlisle reports.
13 January 2011


Avon IM&T Consortium won the healthcare IT team of the year, sponsored by iSoft, at this year’s E-Health Insider Awards in association with BT. Daloni Carlisle finds out why.
23 December 2010


IT foundations laid by the healthcare IT champion of the year John Thornbury have helped Worcestershire ride out bad weather and prepare for the financial freeze. Sarah Bruce reports.
20 October 2010


Fiona Barr looks at the GP2GP service; one of the winners in last year’s E-Health Insider Awards in association with BT.
15 September 2010


Stephen Pritchard finds out why McKesson Shared Services and University Hospitals of Leicester Payroll were winners in last year’s E-Health Insider Awards.
3 June 2010


A telehealth scheme involving four partners won the ‘best use of telehealth and telecare’ category of the E-Health Insider Awards 2009 in association with BT.
20 May 2010


Southampton won the ‘best use of wireless healthcare’ category of last year’s E-Health Insider Awards in association with BT. Stephen Pritchard finds out more.
6 May 2010


MCP Systems and Walsall Hospitals NHS Trust implemented a 3M case note tracking system – and won an EHI Award for it. Stephen Pritchard reports.
8 April 2010


A social networking site run for and by people with personality disorders was recognised in last year’s E-Health Insider Awards. Suzanna Drew-Edwards reports.
18 March 2010


The Audit Commission’s National Benchmarker was a winner in last year’s E-Health Insider Awards in association with BT. Daloni Carlisle finds out more.
11 March 2010


The NHS Waltham Forest team implementing RiO was the overall winner in last year’s E-Health Insider Awards in association with BT. Daloni Carlisle reports.
25 February 2010


North Bristol NHS Trust won the excellence in healthcare information management category of the E-Health Insider Awards 2009 in association with BT.
16 February 2010


NHS Direct and Digital Public were winners at the E-Health Insider Awards 2009 in association with BT. Paul Curran reports.
8 January 2010


Daloni Carlisle talks to E-Health Insider’s Healthcare ICT Champion of the Year, Andy Inniss.
19 November 2009


Over the moon, gobsmacked, delighted - just some of the reactions from the winners of the E-Health Insider Awards 2009 in association with BT.
21 October 2009


The Quality and Outcomes Research Unit at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust was the overall winner in last year’s BT E-Health Insider awards. Daloni Carlisle finds out why.
25 June 2009


The winner of the healthcare information management category was University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. The runners up in the category, sponsored by IMS Health, were CSC and Liverpool Primary Care Trust.
25 June 2009


Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Hospital NHS Trust won the best use of wireless healthcare category of last year’s BT e-Health Insider Awards. Stephen Pritchard reports.
4 June 2009


The best use of wireless healthcare category was won by Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University NHS Trust. The runners up were a wi-fi based equipment tracking project in Scotland and the iWard at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London.
4 June 2009


NHS National Services Scotland won the Best Use of IM&T to Promote Patient Safety at last year’s BT e-Health Insider Awards for the Emergency Care Summary.
14 May 2009


The Best Use of IM&T to Promote Patient Safety was won by NHS National Services Scotland for the Emergency Care Summary. The runners up were VitalPAC at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
14 May 2009


SignTranslate Hospital won the Healthcare ICT Product Innovation category of last year’s BT e-Health Insider Awards, sponsored by Quicksilva. Sandra Hempel finds out more.
21 April 2009


The Healthcare ICT Product Innovation category of 2008's BT e-Health Insider Awards was won by SignTranslate for SignTranslate Hospital. The runners up in the category, which was sponsored by Quicksilva, were C-PORT and Patient Partner from Voice Connect.
20 April 2009


At last year’s BT e-Health Insider Awards, a virtual team won team of the year, sponsored by NHS Connecting for Health. Daloni Carlisle met NHS Pathways – virtually.
3 April 2009


Team of the year at last year’s BT e-Health Insider awards was won by NHS Pathways. The runners up in the category sponsored by NHS Connecting for Health were teams from Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children and Stockport NHS Foundation Trust.
3 April 2009


At last year’s BT e-Health Insider awards, NHS Choices won the best use of ICT in patient and citizen involvement category, sponsored by Fujitsu, for a new media sexual health initiative in the Humber region.
5 March 2009


The runners up in the best use of ICT in patient and citizen involvement category of last year’s BT e-Health Insider Awards were Renal Patient View and an emergency contraception service piloted by NHS Direct.
5 March 2009


Sue Rushbrook won the Healthcare ICT Champion of the Year award for her work on a voice and data network that has now been integrated with core computer systems.
2 December 2008


Almost 400 people gathered at the Millennium Mayfair hotel for the BT e-Health Insider Awards 2008. Lyn Whitfield was among them.
18 November 2008


All the finalists in this year’s awards, along with a description of their projects.
18 November 2008





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