The Digital Health and Care Awards Scotland are an annual event held to recognise the achievements of the individuals and teams working in the health and social care sector whose creativity and innovation continues to put Scotland at the forefront of the digital revolution.
Last night’s event was Holyrood Connect’s 5th annual ceremony held at Intercontinental Edinburgh the George, as guests came together to celebrate in-person some of the fantastic work that has been taking place throughout the country over the past year.
The judges, who included Chief Executive of NHS Scotland, Caroline Lamb, shortlisted nominees in seven categories from across all public and third sector organisations with projects based in Scotland.
Lenus Health was honoured to win the Industry Collaboration Award, which recognises partnerships working between innovative private sector vendors and the public sector as vital to achieving wide scale transformation of health and social care services.
The winning entry highlighted the company's Dynamic AI COPD project led in collaboration with West of Scotland Innovation Hub, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre, stating that, "In addition to cost-saving incentives and a blueprint for intended up-scaling, this AI model assists how we approach patient-centred care."
The ceremony marked the second major digital health accolade for the company in the last 6 months, after taking home a prestigious HSJ Award in November. Lenus Health was also shortlisted for their collaborative project around digitising the Heart Failure Diagnostic Pathway.