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Four companies shortlisted for Innovation of the Year award

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Four health tech innovators have made the shortlist for Health Tech World’s Innovation of the Year award sponsored by Marks & Clerk.

Marks & Clerk’s large team of patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, commercial lawyers and IP litigators has helped thousands of businesses all over the world protect, enforce and maximise the value of their intellectual property.

The shortlisted companies stood out among some truly excellent entries in one of the most competitive categories.

Congratulations to the shortlist for making the cut and many thanks to all the other submissions for taking the time to enter.

Care Fertility, the UK’s largest network of fertility clinics, wanted to explore ways to enhance the process of embryo assessment and selection during IVF using AI and machine learning.

In less than 18 months, BJSS developed, tested and productionised Care Fertility’s proposition – taking the AI and ML project from an idea to a fully-operational service with life-changing potential.

The project is now being rolled out across Care Fertility’s network of 15 laboratories in the UK and Ireland, with a view to introducing this into their international clinics in Spain and the US at a later date.

PredicAire is the first truly holistic single eco system software that uses Ai to predict and prevent unnecessary outcomes for residents.

The founding team combined its care experiences as family members, providers and users of care services to bring the only Ai-powered ERP solution which is affordable, user-friendly and simple to onboard.​​​​​​

PredicAire is developed in response to the seismic changes in social care which, coupled with exponentially costly delivery of care to a rapidly ageing population, puts providers under extreme and well-publicised pressure.

Rapid Health is an automated clinical triage system that triages patient needs at first contact.

It navigates them to the correct care pathway, helping to free up clinician and administrative capacity while providing patients with access to the right care at the right time.

Since being implemented by primary care networks (PCNs) and practices across the UK, Rapid Health has enabled the reallocation of doctors from triage to frontline care, significantly improved patient satisfaction with access, and led to the reintroduction of longer 15-minute appointment times.

Sweatcoin motivates millions of people globally to move an average of 20 per cent more through innovative real-time rewards and gamification that harness the mobile device in everyone’s pocket.

They are currently rapidly expanding their health-industry division following very successful NHS diabetes-prevention work with SW London ICS to tackle Type 2 Diabetes by creating a specialised programme ‘Prevention Decathlon’ prescribed to at-risk individuals with impressive results.

The company is now poised to expand dramatically – in both scale, geography and to new chronic health conditions.

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