Celebrating improved value and efficiency in healthcare

Blurred ambulance

The Health Service Journal (HSJ) 2017 awards are now open for entries, and this year will be recognising outstanding efficiency and improvement within the NHS.

In a time when the NHS has to make unprecedented savings, the HSJ wants to reward excellent use of resources in the following categories:

  • Acute Service Redesign
  • Clinical Support Services
  • Communication
  • Community Health Service Redesign
  • Emergency, Urgent and Trauma Care
  • Facilities and Estates Management
  • Improving the Value of Diagnostic Services
  • Improving the Value of NHS Support Services
  • Improving the Value of Primary Care Services
  • Improving the Value of Surgical Services
  • Improving Value in the Care of Frail Older Patients
  • Improving Value through Innovative Financial Management or Procurement
  • Managing Long-Term Conditions
  • Mental Health
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation
  • Specialist Services
  • The Use of Information Technology to Drive Value in Clinical Services
  • Training and Development
  • Workforce Efficiency

Entries must be received by 11th November; the awards ceremony will take place on 24th May at Grosvenor House, London.

For more information, please visit the HSJ awards website.

Published 26th October, 2016

Leave a Comment
Name (required)
Email Address (required, never displayed)
Enter a message

(all comments are moderated - your submission will be posted on approval.)