PDH win bronze for the Best Covid-19 Response in IT/Digital and named Best in Digital Health and Social Care Solutions

2021 has been another busy year for Priority Digital Health and it’s always such an honour to be recognised for our work. 

Since being awarded the Business of the Year less than 50 Employees category at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2020/21, we’re proud to announce we’ve won two further awards.

The Covid Response Awards

The Covid Response Awards: “salute and pay tribute to the resilience, resourcefulness and tenacity that have been the hallmark of corporate and non-commercial organisations response to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

“These awards acknowledge the efforts put in by your teams to achieve the previously unthinkable.”

We were thrilled to be shortlisted for three awards.

• Best Covid Response in Healthcare (up to 15M Turnover)

• Best Covid Response in IT / Digital

• Best Covid Response involving the Public Sector

The Covid Response Awards, hosted at The Kia Oval, was an excellent opportunity to listen to all the organisations that have made an impact throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re pleased to say we came away with the Bronze Award for the Best COVID-19 Response in IT/Digital. OnePlan received the silver award and the 02 and Hubbub won gold. 


Best in Digital Health and Social Care Solutions

Priority Digital Health has also been awarded as the Best in Digital Health and Social Care Solutions, 2022- UK, at the SME News’ Business Elite Awards of 2022 in recognition of our patient management system.

Speaking on our win, the researchers at The Business Elite Awards 2022 said: 

“The Priority Platform provides a more well-rounded experience to other patient management systems, covering areas like GP referral management and booking management which streamlines the patient journey.

"These areas also include savvy automation of reminders and events to aid organisations.

“The Priority Platform, the alias for the patient management system, supports various NHS and Public Health Services through these previously mentioned modules. 

“SME researchers recognise the system proactively supports the national healthcare system many rely on. The platform also turns its attention to providing social care solutions in a similar way.

“Other key variables to consider.

  • Solid security of records and information through UK hosted servers.
  • Practitioners and advisors can set patients ‘major’ and ‘minor’ goals so progression can be monitored.
  • A module that connects volunteer healthcare/social workers with residents in their community. As well as organisational and charity requests for volunteer aid.”

We’d like to thank all the event organisers, those who shortlisted us for the awards - and of course our brilliant team that led to these award wins.