Monday, September 21, 2020

Streets Heaver national finalist in ‘Innovation in Health Tech’

Lincoln Based Software Company, Streets Heaver Healthcare Computing, Nationally Recognised In The LaingBuisson Awards In The ‘Innovation in Health Tech’ Category.

The LaingBuisson Awards celebrate businesses across the UK that set new standards of excellence within their industries. Now in its 15th year, the awards celebrate industry excellence in a range of categories. Winners will be announced at the ceremony on Thursday 19th November 2020 at Park Plaza in London.

Streets Heaver, industry-leading providers of the healthcare software solution, Compucare, has been shortlisted alongside 9 other health tech companies in the UK. The prestigious award recognises innovation in health tech in any setting, in the delivery of care as a service or clinical procedure.

On being named finalist, Commercials Director, Benedict Heaver, commented: “I’m really proud of the team being shortlisted for the ‘Innovation in Health Tech’ Award. It’s the first time we’ve received national award recognition, and the whole company has worked so hard to deserve this success. Now, on to the big finale in London!”

For over 30 years, Streets Heaver has been dedicated to providing future-proofed healthcare software solutions across the UK and beyond. Their solutions provide significant operational and financial improvements to the industry, offering a central hub of data that ensures hospitals and clinics can remain at the very forefront of technology.

The team of 60+ have worked hard over the last year to develop and enhance Compucare alongside the changing healthcare industry. Several forward-thinking new modules and features have been released to further improve healthcare operations, including a video conferencing integration for health professionals in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

This award nomination for Streets Heaver showcases Lincoln’s continued emergence as a tech capital and celebrates the fantastic talent already here.

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