Digital Health and Care Team Award
Awarded to a team who have developed their own digital skills and culture, successfully implementing digital projects that have changed the way services are delivered and received.
Accessing Mental Health Care Award
This award will celebrate an individual or organisation who use innovative approaches to support people with mental health problems, improving access to services and reducing barriers through approaches including online resources, social media and mobile apps.
Innovative Remote and Rural Services Award
Providing health and care services in remote and rural areas is challenging, without detailed planning and management there is potential to create inequalities in access.
Innovative digital solutions are bridging the gap and ensuring access to the highest quality health and care services, this award will recognise the work of teams / individuals who have embraced technology to overcome the challenges and provide a consistent, high-level of care.
Unscheduled Care Award
Every second counts in unscheduled care and Health Boards across Scotland are working hard to ensure their patients are seen, treated, admitted or discharged as fast as possible. This award will recognise a department that is using innovative approaches to deliver the highest quality of unscheduled care whilst meeting the 4-hour target.
Independent Living Award
Supporting people to live more independently and to manage their own care at home is a key focus of the Digital Health and Care Strategy.
Innovative technology is vital to supporting and enabling individuals to engage more with their care journey, this award celebrates the driving force behind the successful projects, the individuals and teams from across health, care, housing and the third sector who are embracing technology and changing the culture to move to this new way of working, supporting people to live more independently.
Technology and Data in Action Award
Having access to real-time data and information from health and care records is vital to supporting health and care providers to improve outcomes. How is this information being made available to those who need it, when they need it, wherever they are, in a secure and safe way?
This award will recognise an organisation who has successfully managed to provide high quality, real time care information at the point of contact.
Empowering Children and Young People Award
This award will recognise individuals and teams who are using digital to engage and support children and young people to improve their health and wellbeing, empowering them by improving access to self-support resources and services to make positive decisions about their health and wellbeing.
Industry Collaboration Award
Effective collaboration between innovative private sector vendors and the public sector is key to achieving wide scale transformation of health and care services. Developing a partnership that delivers positive outcomes for the public isn’t straight forward, it’s not quick and definitely not easy.
This award will recognise a private sector supplier who has collaborated effectively with their client to deliver a successful innovative digital transformation project.