Nottingham University Hospitals commits to Nervecentre’s EPR, paving the way for game-changing digital innovation
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH), one of the UK’s largest, has selected Nervecentre’s next-generation…
We are excited to have won the Excellence in Digital Co-Design award at the Health Tech Awards 2021 for our collaboration with Leicester’s Hospitals on their EPR journey.
These awards are an opportunity to celebrate success and recognise the people behind innovation in digital healthcare – and their commitment to helping the NHS to provide excellent care services.
We are especially delighted to have won the Excellence in Digital Co-Design award. If we had to choose one award to win from the three where we were finalists, it would be this one. Collaboration is close to our hearts. We believe that working together with trusts and hospitals is an essential aspect of delivering digital healthcare transformation quickly – and realising clinical, operational, and financial benefits at the earliest opportunity. So, this award belongs to Leicester’s Hospitals as much as it does to Nervecentre.
Paul Volkaerts, CEO at Nervecentre said;
Our approach at Nervecentre has always been to develop digital solutions that are designed with – and for – clinicians. Our long-term partnership with Leicester’s Hospitals is a testament to what we can achieve through co-design. Over the last year, the EPR project and in particular the roll-out of our EPMA software has seen a strong partnership approach with fantastic results. I would like to thank all the staff at Leicester’s Hospitals for their dedication, hard work and commitment to all the Nervecentre projects we have successfully achieved together.
We send our congratulations to all the organisations who were nominated, those who were highly commended and all the winners too.