Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust and its partners from across the country have been shortlisted for three awards in the brand new HSJ Partnership Awards 2018.
Each of the partnerships have supported the organisation to improve the health and wellbeing for people in Lancashire, whilst also being shortlisted for numerous awards at a ceremony which recognises the best partnerships between the NHS and other organisations.
Heather Tierney-Moore, Chief Executive at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust said:
“We are delighted that our partnerships with GE Healthcare, Home Group and Ward Hadaway have all been shortlisted for the brand new HSJ Partnership Awards. By working together with other organisations, we are able to develop and improve in order to provide the best possible service that we can for the people living in Lancashire.
“We are so proud to be part of so many fantastic partnerships across the county and extremely pleased to be recognised at national level!”
Home View, an innovative partnership with Home Group has been shortlisted for Best Clinical Support Service. The 24 hour a day, supported housing service provides short-term accommodation for adults with mental health problems, who have recently been discharged from hospital. The service improves the care pathway and choices for individuals by providing the right care, at the right time by supporting them to access suitable accommodation and reintegrate back to independent living.
The Trust’s Workforce Repository and Planning Tool (WRaPT) application, which is delivered in partnership with GE Healthcare has been shortlisted for the Consultancy of the Year. The application has been shortlisted for its initiative and long-standing partnership between the NHS and private sector, which helps the health and care system to transform during these changes, by providing the tools and techniques to collect, analyse and model information about the whole workforce.
Shortlisted for Legal Service of the Year, is the Trust’s legal provider Ward Hadaway who have been recognised for the work around the organisations Knowledge and Legal Advice Centre (KnowLA). The system enables staff to access internal knowledge and legal advice that may have already been sought or held elsewhere, whilst saving time and avoiding duplication.
The winners will be announced at this year’s prestigious ceremony on 8 March 2018 at Royal College of Physicians in London. This year, there are 12 categories, to view the shortlist please visit https://partnership.hsj.co.uk/2018-shortlist. For more information about partnerships at the Trust please visit www.lancashirecare.nhs.uk/partnerships.