PIF members have been named as finalists in the HETT Unexpected Innovation Awards, set to take place on 23 November.
The awards celebrate the cutting edge of digital and healthtech innovation across the UK.
Digital Health and Care Wales has been nominated in two categories for its Looked After Children project.
The national project, sponsored by the Welsh Government, aims to develop a digital design that will underpin the clinical and care process for looked after children.
It also aims to develop national information standards that will facilitate the sharing of information between practitioners and organisations.
The project has been nominated for both the 'That Will Never Work Award' – Most Creative and Disruptive Solution and the Best Integrated Care Collaboration.
Other PIF members named as finalists for 2022 include:
- Impact VR, Sheffield Hallam University – Best Digital Service for Children and Young People
- Kumbi Kariwo, Birmingham Community Health Care Foundation Trust – Trojan Mouse (Steady and incremental approach to transformation)
- Medicine Division Workforce Team (RSCH & PRH Hospitals), University Hospitals Sussex – Digital Workforce Improvement
- NHS Covid-19 Digital Staff Passport Team, NHS England, Digital Workforce Improvement
- NHS England, AHSN Network and Health Innovation Manchester, National Innovation Collaborative for Digital Health – Best Integrated Care Collaboration
- Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, Innovation & Intelligent Automation (IIA) Team – Digital Team of the Year
- Sapien Health – Industry Collaborator