We are delighted to announce that Healthcare Apprenticeship Standards Online (HASO) received a high commendation for the Best Not for Profit Working in Partnership with the NHS at this year’s HSJ Partnership Awards, recognising our outstanding contribution to healthcare. Following an intensive month-long judging process, Skills for Health and Health Education England were handed the accolade ahead of a highly competitive shortlist.
Held on Thursday 27th February 2020, the evening was attended by leaders and professionals from both the NHS and private sector as well as figures from non-clinical backgrounds. The HSJ Partnership Awards took place at Park Plaza Westminster, London where the evening celebrated the very best achievements and innovations in the healthcare sector today across a total of 14 categories.
The HASO team received recognition for the ambition, visionary spirit and the demonstrable positive impact that the website has had on patient and staff experiences within the health and/or social care sector.
The HASO team are absolutely delighted to get a high commendation in the Best Not for Profit Working in Partnership with the NHS. It means a great deal to us to be recognised in this way and we’re confident that the positive impact of this award will help to create a long-lasting legacy. We’re proud to be considered part of the awards alumni – a community bound by a commitment to improve healthcare for all. I am sure it will bolster our efforts to develop and continually improve our services.
HSJ editor Alastair McLellan, who hosted the Awards ceremony, comments
“Congratulations to Skills for Health and Health Education England and their HASO project on getting a high commendation for the Best Not for Profit Working in Partnership with the NHS at this year’s HSJ Partnership Awards. The entrants this year have been of incredible calibre, and the finalists have been chosen based on their outstanding commitment to collaboration with the NHS and innovation in healthcare. The high quality and quantity of entrants in 2020 posed a very difficult challenge to our influential judging panel, who were impressed by the breadth of applications demonstrating real evidence of cost savings and efficiencies, as well as improvements to patient care.
We know that Skills for Health and Health Education England are not alone in fostering a culture of excellence and hope this recognition will be a source of inspiration for like-minded teams across the country. As we look towards our 4th anniversary year in 2021, we’re proud of the legacy we’ve created and are delighted that the HSJ Partnership Awards continue to attract and draw attention to the hard work and behind-the-scenes teamwork in healthcare.”
The full list of winners and finalists for the HSJ Partnership Awards 2020 can be found here: https://partnership.hsj.co.uk/