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Health Tech World Awards 2024: Winners



Health Tech World is delighted to reveal the winners of this year’s Health Tech World Awards, sponsored by Convenzis.

The winning entries were announced on Thursday afternoon at a virtual event attended by the shortlisted companies and candidates.

Many thanks to everyone who attended the event, and to all the entries and, of course, the sponsors that made it all possible.

Health Tech World Awards 2024 Winners:

Health Tech Leader of the Year sponsored by Reddie & Grose

Winner: Zen Koh, Co-Founder, Fourier Intelligence

With over 20 years of experience in the rehabilitation technology industry, Zen Koh has led Fourier Intelligence in successfully launching the award-winning ArmMotus EMU, a 3D Upper Limb Rehabilitation Robot which has clinched multiple accolades such as the IERA 2023 Awards, IF Design Awards 2022, Medical Design Excellence Awards, Good Design Award 2022, and Red Dot Winner 2022.

Understanding the challenges faced by therapists and patients around the globe, the device aims to empower both patients and therapists through robotics-assisted therapy.


Millicent Alooh, Regional Director, BMET Implementation at Rice360 Institute for Global Health Technologies

Pradeep Goel, CEO, Solve.Care Foundation

Muxin Ma, COO, Pontosense

Young Health Tech Leader of the Year sponsored by Fearsome

Winner: Michael Watts, Co-founder and CEO, Blüm Health

Michael’s contributions to the health technology sector, particularly within the NHS, have not only fostered innovation but also supported the growth of young companies both domestically and internationally.

As a Doctor and MBA graduate, Michael’s blend of technical expertise, leadership and vision has made him an indispensable asset to the health tech community, the NHS Trusts, and industry, further solidifying his role as a beacon for the future of healthcare innovation.

Honourable Mention: Kyle Rand, CEO, Rendever


Dr Benyamin Deldar, Co-founder, Deep Medical

Haris Shuaib, Founder and CEO, Newton’s Tree

Most Improved Patient Outcomes sponsored by NIHR Surgical Medtech Co-operative


Capri Healthcare’s TriVice has made a remarkable impact on improving patient outcomes in the NHS by transforming the way acute surgical referrals are managed.

This AI-powered triage system, developed in collaboration with Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, has streamlined clinical workflows, significantly enhancing clinician efficiency and patient care.

Honourable Mention




Professional Services Firm of the Year sponsored by Radar Healthcare


Answer Digital is a leading professional services partner to the NHS.

Over the past decade, their team has been at the forefront of almost all national high-profile digital transformation projects.

Most recently, it has enabled the NHS to accelerate and scale its adoption of AI through first-of-its-kind open-source technology and its innovative deployment framework currently used by eight NHS trusts to both reduce wait times and accelerate diagnoses.




Health Tech Startup of the Year sponsored by FINN Partners


Founded by an ex-NHS CEO / population health specialist and ex-DJ / digital products specialist, motivated by the discovery that even mild hearing loss can double oneʼs risk of dementia, eargym is on a mission to make better hearing accessible to all.

The app is led by research, informed by user feedback, and built around the 3 core pillars of hearing health: Check, Protect, and Train.

eargym works in partnership with Alzheimer’s Society, UK Research and Innovation, and a board of world-class advisors across hearing, cognition and data analysis.





Health Tech Company of the Year sponsored by Fettle


Delft Imaging envisions a world in which everyone can benefit from the modern world’s medical advances, wherever they live.

Delft is specifically dedicated to improving people’s quality of life around the world by means of its diagnostic solutions.

Through affordable and innovative diagnostics, its mission is to strengthen healthcare systems globally.

Honourable Mention




Innovation of the Year sponsored by Marks & Clerk


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.


BJSS/Care Fertility


Rapid Health

Digital Health App of the Year sponsored by Spark TSL


Alertive focus on the time-sensitive, critical internal communications at the heart of delivering efficient healthcare.

The application is built around a smart network with the capacity to share information or data from clinical and administrative systems, including Electronic Patient Records with individuals, roles or groups.

NHS Trusts using the Alertive system have seen a substantial reduction in response times within healthcare settings.





The Judge’s Choice Award sponsored by Convenzis


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