Outstanding Achievement Award to UK Telehealth Pioneer

DocoboAdrian Flowerday, Managing Director of Docobo Ltd, has been awarded an Outstanding Achievement Award by Intellect in recognition of his work as chairman of the Telehealth group. The Telehealth group was formed in 2006, and has steadily grown in size and reach, and now attracts all the key players involved in the UK health IT industry. It has made a significant contribution to informing the NHS QIPP agenda on the benefits of Telehealth and the formation of the DH '3Million Lives' campaign.

Adrian was presented with the award at the March Intellect board meeting which included a meeting of the Intellect Leaders Network. Presenting the awards David Callaghan, President of Intellect's main board, thanked Adrian for his efforts on behalf of Intellect and its members.

As chair of the Telehealth Group Adrian has helped with some major achievements in 2011

  • In March the group published a paper on how Telehealth can meet the NHS Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) agenda, a well-received publication (over 1,000 downloads) that was launched at The Kings Fund as part of their International Telehealth Conference.
  • Adrian was a key supporter for Intellect to co-found the 3millionlives Telehealth campaign announced by the Prime Minister in December 2011.
  • Adrian has been a driving member and leader in the healthcare programme, contributing to the national and international debate of Telehealth as an innovative and enabling health solution.
  • In addition to this Adrian has also assisted with other initiatives within Intellect including taking part in the Innovation Den series and the Technology Showcase currently being held at BIS.

Adrian was one of four senior figures who received the Outstanding Achievement Awards as recognition of their work as chairman of groups and councils. Other recipients of the awards were Andrew Rogoyski, Chair of the Cyber security Group, David Terrar, Chair of Intellect's Software as a service (SaaS) group and Ian Henley, Chair of the Membership Committee 2008-11.

About Intellect
Intellect is the trade association for the IT, telecoms and electronics industries in the UK. Its 850+ members account for over 80% of these markets and include blue-chip multinationals as well as early stage technology companies. Intellect is a not-for-profit and technology neutral organisation.

Intellect's Healthcare Programme works to develop the UK's capability to support a strong and growing information and technology industry operating in the health and social care sector. To work with policy makers, decision makers and practitioners to facilitate the delivery of improved health and high quality care for all enabled by information and technology. To provide a collective voice for over 270 member companies operating in the health and social care sector to maintain the industry's reputation and champion its strategic importance to our stakeholders. To use our expertise and knowledge to provide the highest quality of service and intelligence to our members in the health and social care sector, helping them to make the right business decisions to drive growth and profitability.

Intellect is a founding member of the 3Million Lives campaign which brings together the technology industry, NHS, Department of Health and health and care professionals to provide the right conditions to open up access to state-of-the-art care services in people’s homes. The 3Million Lives Campaign will extend the reach of Telehealth and Telecare, to improve the lives of many people with long term conditions and social care needs.

About Docobo Ltd
Docobo Ltd is a UK medical device company that supplies eHealth solutions to enable Community Care and improve the quality of life of patients, carers and clinicians. More than 40 PCTs and Trusts in the UK and several international healthcare organisations are currently using doc@HOME Telehealth to support their patients.

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