Each category has a specific and unique set of criteria based against five key elements.
All the categories below have their own individual criteria which can be viewed by clicking on the category. There are 5 areas which our judges will be reviewing against.
The challenge and context within which your project, person or organisation is set alongside your goals and targets whether quantitative or qualitative.
The benefits realised from the point of view of patients, organisation, leadership, value creation, efficiencies and cost.
The dissemination of your success in terms of how your work has been picked up and replicated elsewhere.
The creation of value from the point of view of patient satisfaction and experience, reduction in bureaucracy, time saved for staff at any level.
The stakeholders buy-in and contribution toward the project initiatives and outcomes. How have the relevant staff, patients and partnerships worked together to realise the success?
Recognising NHS teams or organisations that have successfully made changes to the way in which they deliver acute or specialist services.
Inspiring doctors, nurses, midwives, allied health professionals, advance practitioners or any other clinical leader making a difference to the lives of patients and staff.
Recognising NHS teams or organisations that have successfully made changes to the way in which they deliver community and primary care services.
Solutions which are making difference in care, efficiency and service delivery through integration and sharing information and data
Technology enabling patients and staff to get closer to their services and manage their health information more efficiently.
The winners of the HSJ Partnership Awards represent leading partnerships delivering trusted solutions with the NHS.
Recognising NHS and local authority partnerships which deliver better value for patients and citizens.
New ideas and solutions which contribution toward better care for mental health patients.
Providers creating a long-term vision of care for their patients and support for their staff
Systems and collaborations which are designed to support the often unique care demanded by the armed services community and provided through partnerships between the NHS, charities and social and private care providers
Partners: Department for Health and Social Care
Partners: Ministry of Defense
Organisation driving the patient safety agenda with a focus on an open and fair culture.
Pioneering new solutions to create better efficiencies and access to care at a local level
Leading primary care providers and organisations working to deliver high-quality services in the community
Collaborative leadership across organisations serving a population, sharing data and information, best practice and learning, realisation of the wider care picture in the community.