Alliance for Better Care (ABC) is delighted to have been shortlisted in the Primary and Community Care Provider of the Year category at the HSJ Awards, recognising an outstanding contribution to healthcare and securing a place at the prestigious awards ceremony later this year.
A ‘record-breaking’ 1456 entries were submitted for this year’s awards, with 223 projects and individuals reaching the final shortlist.
ABC’s entry detailed its mission to transform how people manage their health in their community and focused on its five core values:
- We innovate
If we can do something better, we should.
- We are honest
Even when it is difficult.
- We care
And put the patient first.
- We are inclusive
We listen and we act.
- We deliver
And we’re known to like a challenge!
Katherine Saunders, CEO, ABC said:
“I’m so proud that the impact of our work has been recognised. Our team work incredibly hard to make a difference to the lives of people in our region and we’re excited to have the opportunity to share our experiences with our peers. Huge congratulations to all of the finalists, we look forward to celebrating our collective achievements in November.”
HSJ editor Alastair McLellan, adds; “It always gives me great pleasure to congratulate our finalists at this stage of the judging process and this year is no exception as we acknowledge ABC for being shortlisted in the category of Primary and Community Care Provider of the Year. It’s been so encouraging to hear that 2023 has been record-breaking in terms of the number of applicants and, as ever, the calibre of entries left our panel of expert judges with some tough decisions to deliberate over. However, it’s always important to remember that the HSJ Awards are not just a celebration of success stories but also a platform to shape the future of the NHS.”
The selected winners will be announced during the awards ceremony at Evolution London on November 16th 2023.