Tuesday’s Health Tech World Awards honoured seven incredible individuals and companies helping to improve healthcare outcomes around the world.
More than 50 people joined us over Zoom to recognise not just the winners but the more than 120 entries doing incredible things in health tech.
Video of the event will be available to watch after Easter, so keep an eye on our social media for more details.
Health Tech Team of the Year Sponsored by Anatomical Concepts
Anatomical Concepts combines world leading know-how, trusted technology and personalised therapies to restore hope and improve the lives of people with disabilities.
The company is also a UK leader in the Functional Electronic Stimulation (FES) space.
Healios is the leading digital provider of specialist mental health, autism and ADHD services for children and young people in the UK aged 25 and under.
The organisation is reimagining the care experience by combining an expert multidisciplinary care team with evidence-based, family-centred approaches and innovative technology, such as digital delivery platform, Panacea, and CBT-based app, ThinkNinja.
Healios stood out among an impressive shortlist.
Awards judge Carolyn Jones, Director, Anatomical Concepts, said:
“You gave us a lot of discussion. Each of these companies is doing really incredible things and the teams are so completely different, from fours fives up to teams of 100.
“Firstly, we would like to commend you all for putting yourselves forward and creating the things that you do because that is truly is a testament to the great work that happens.
“But we felt that Healios best demonstrated how they work together as a team, how they share those skills internally, and also how important the team culture and dynamic is for the company itself.”
Accepting the award, Healios Head of Service Delivery and Service DevelopmentJackie Olsen, said:
“Thank you Carolyn and Health Tech World.
“This is recognition of the achievements made at Helios.
“It’s testament to the hard-working and talented colleagues I work alongside. It’s a great honour.”