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Professional Services Firm of the Year shortlist revealed



Three companies are now in the running to be named Health Tech World’s Professional Services Firm of the Year.

The award recognises the vital work of companies in fields such as accounting, logistics, project management and legal services supporting healthcare around the world.

The shortlisted entries will now go-head-to-head, with the winner announced at a virtual awards event on April 18.

Congratulations to the shortlist and many thanks to all the brilliant companies who entered.

Professional Services Firm of the Year Shortlist:

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.

For over 20 years, LectureLinx has provided the world’s leading health sciences companies with a data ecosystem that reduces risk, centralizes key operational information, and provides access to data that empowers better decisions and outcomes, each and every day.

In December 2022, LLX launched one of its most exciting undertakings to date; a worldwide initiative to transform how the pharmaceutical industry collaborates with healthcare professionals.

Incorporating key functions from PAYCE (a UK-based compliance technology firm), LLX now provides a unique, fully integrated solution with a global reach.

Healthcare partners lean on USME’s expertise in harnessing technology to meet—and anticipate—hospital equipment needs.

Their deep understanding of medical equipment, regulations, and needs across diverse healthcare settings enables them to offer flexible, demand-driven operational scalability, ensuring resources are allocated efficiently, allowing clinicians to focus on patient care rather than managing costly, underutilized equipment.


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