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This category highlights a health technology which is highly valued by health and care professionals. In partnership with Roy Lilley’s pioneering The Academy of Fabulous Stuff, it looks for the person-focused health technology that professionals think has made a significant difference to care. It does not have to be high-tech, but must be aimed at the patient. The Academy of Fabulous Stuff is a platform on which professionals can share and search innovation, ideas and solutions. It has become a major social movement and is considered a key change platform for the NHS and social care.
uMotif: A platform to capture high quality health data from patients, through digital tools they love to use. The platform has been clinically proven through trials in the NHS, and deployed through world-leading studies, capturing millions of data points. It is helping patients take control, improving clinical appointments and modernising clinical research trials. (www.umotif.com)
Cellnovo: Compact, tubeless, intuitive and entirely connected, Cellnovo’s insulin pump comprises a mobile touchscreen controller with an integrated blood-glucose meter. This unique device allows optimal management of insulin injections with dropby- drop precision, while ensuring extensive freedom of movement and peace of mind for patients. Thanks to the automatic transmission of data, it also allows the patient’s condition to be continually monitored by family members and healthcare professionals in real time. (www.cellnovo.com)
TickerFit: An app that gives health professionals the tools to support patients in selfmanaging their heart health. Tailored programmes are delivered to patients via dedicated applications on their smartphone, enabling patients to learn about their condition and what actions they can take. Patients can also automatically track metrics, such as activity levels. The application also reminds patients when appointments are due and provides a mechanism for users to feedback any relevant outcome measures. The personalised interventions put the patient at the centre of their recovery journey to drive positive behaviour change, providing communication channels for direct intervention where required. For healthcare providers, this ensures that resources are focused on what matters, allowing for scaled delivery of services and driving reduced readmissions. (www.tickerfit.com)