On 22nd September, Medipex held their 14th NHS Innovation Awards, which recognises a wealth of inventive devices, technologies and systems designed to improve the health and wellbeing of NHS patients every year. The event is an opportunity to acknowledge and promote the achievements of Winners and Finalists who include NHS staff members, academic teams and companies across the Yorkshire & Humber who have developed innovative ideas to improve patient care across the NHS.
Jennifer Davison and Rachel Tarrant, on behalf of The Leeds Long Covid Community Rehabilitation Service based at Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, in partnership with Leeds Teaching Hospitals, Leeds GP Confederation, Leeds CCG, and University of Leeds were nominated as finalists for their “Design and implementation of the Leeds Long covid Community Rehabilitation service”
Dr Manoj Sivan from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in conjunction with Paul O’Brien from Elaros and colleagues from University of Leeds, Leeds Community Healthcare Trust, and Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust were also nominated as finalists for “The world’s first validated digital assessment, triage, management, and monitoring system for Long COVID”
The C19-YRS consortium is proud to announce that both finalists were announced as joint winners for the Management of Long Term Conditions in Medipex’s 2021 Awards and Showcase 2021.