The Advancing Healthcare Awards 2021: Sponsors
We are delighted to have the support from the following organisations
The Scottish Government has sponsored the Advancing Healthcare Awards category of Improving Quality; Measuring and Demonstrating Impact for AHPs since its inception in 2003 and Driving Improvement for HCS, since its inception in 2016.
Our awards categories focus on improving the experience of both service users and the staff who are delivering services, aiming to create better patient outcomes and address health inequalities. In recognising the importance of innovation and leadership in delivering change we believe we can create a sustainable person-centred service, fit for the 21st century and beyond.
The Welsh Government award seeks to recognise the achievements of healthcare scientists and allied health professionals in delivering services that deliver high value when using public resources and which seek to deliver the best possible outcomes. Value based healthcare is the equitable, sustainable and transparent use of the available resources to achieve better outcomes and experiences for every person. The award winner will have demonstrated how their innovation increased sustainable high value in the delivery of health and/or social care services
With over 19,000 members in 73 countries, the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) is the leading professional body for scientists, support staff and students in the field of biomedical science.
For over 100 years we have been dedicated to the promotion, development and delivery of excellence in biomedical science within all aspects of healthcare, and to providing the highest standards of service to patients and the public.
By supporting our members in their practice we set quality standards for the profession through: training, education, assessments, examinations and continuous professional development. We offer research grants to members to advance biomedical science which supports their original research into scientific developments.
Our publications and training events ensure our members are kept up to date on the latest scientific developments and news. Through public relations and marketing campaigns, we raise awareness of the vital role biomedical science plays in healthcare and promote career opportunities in the profession. www.ibms.org
Chroma was founded in 2013 by a dedicated group of therapists supported by an experienced management team. Fast forward 7 years and Chroma has grown from strength to strength providing Music Therapy, Art Therapy, Dramatherapy and Neurologic Music Therapy to thousands of clients – both in the healthcare sector and medicolegal.
Chroma is also the UK’s leading national provider of arts therapies services to adopted children and adults and in 2019, attained registration with OFSTED as an Adoption Support Agency.
In 2017, Chroma won an Advancing Healthcare Award for their work, and since then, has supported the awards in a bid to continually support and highlight AHP talent in delivering effective Neurorehabilitation.
NHS Employers is the employers’ organisation for the NHS in England.
We help employers to develop a sustainable workforce, improve staff experience and be the best employers they can be.
Our practical resources and expert insights help make sense of current and emerging healthcare issues, to keep employers up to date with the latest thinking and ensure they are informed and equipped to support the NHS workforce.
Our resources include toolkits and guidance on issues such as flexible working, health and wellbeing, performance management and key workforce topics.
Public Health England exist to protect and improve the nation’s health and wellbeing, and reduce health inequalities. PHE is an executive agency, sponsored by the Department of Health and Social Care.
The Academy for Healthcare Science (AHCS) is the single overarching body for the entire UK Healthcare Science (HCS) workforce, working alongside the healthcare science professional bodies, and also professionals from the Life Science Industry and Clinical Research Practitioners, helping to strengthen the visibility of the contribution of those workforces. www.ahcs.ac.uk
Viapath is the UK’s largest independent pathology service provider, founded in 2009 by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. Viapath delivers world-class pathology services to patients through clinical and scientific collaboration, with their skilled staff processing more than 36 million tests per year for some of the busiest and largest NHS Trusts in the country, as well as for private hospitals and the broader GP community.
Attend Anywhere was founded in Melbourne in 1998 and has been changing the way healthcare is delivered ever since.
The company has been at the leading edge of using video technology in the health sector for many years, collaborating with governments, hospitals and health systems in helping to offer patients the option of attending appointments online, via a high-quality video call.
More than technology, Attend Anywhere offers an enablement model and framework that has evolved over years of collaboration with clinicians, health services, medical colleges, governments and universities. It addresses barriers to scale and sustainability, which are primarily operational, people and process integration related, as opposed to technical.
Our video consulting programmes encompass all aspects of service development and delivery, from clinical and operational design including accessibility, functionality, quality, and scalability, through to technical design and development.
The Faculty of Public Health (FPH) is a membership organisation for nearly 4,000 public health professionals across the UK and around the world. We are also a registered charity. Our role is to improve the health and wellbeing of local communities and national populations.