Platform creators Practice Unbound have received four HTN Award nominations for their subscription-based suite of e-learning programmes and digital resources designed for Primary Care services.
Senior Transformation Lead, Ann Ahmad says:
Our purpose is to enable transformation in health care and both Workflow Go and Pathology Go are designed to enable practices to save GP time, upskill administrators, make the best use of practice’s resources and ultimately improve patient outcomes. We have worked with circa 3000 practices in England, Scotland and Wales, helping them to streamline processes and improve resilience. We hope to continue to offer innovative solutions to primary care via our digital and training solutions.”
We’re so proud of Practice Unbound’s brilliant work, with these four nominations that brings Here’s total to five!
The HTN Awards are a much-anticipated annual event in the healthcare calendar and help to share and celebrate digital teams, programmes, innovations and health tech suppliers that have made a difference through the year.
The awards provide a platform to share these innovations and solutions to help shape future services and systems across health and care.
See the full shortlist here.
The digital awards evening will take place 12 October 2023, when the winner and runner-up will be announced from each category and will be hosted live from 7pm on their website.
About Practice Unbound
Practice Unbound (PU) is a service and innovation arm of Here, a not-for-profit social enterprise based in Brighton. The PU team have been working together in healthcare since 2008.
Using Primary Care solutions, Practice Unbound bring healthcare professionals together to explore their biggest challenges, and to create new ways of looking after our communities, and each other.
As part of Here, we believe in enabling people to take control of their health care journeys. Practice Unbound helps change the way Health and Wellbeing services work so care can be focused on what matters to individuals.
Website: Practice Unbound – Home
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