Two of CM2000’s latest innovations have been shortlisted for National Technology Awards.
PAMMS (Provider Assessment and Market Management Solution) is shortlisted for the ‘Best Public Sector Project’ whilst ARMED (Advanced Risk Modelling for Early Detection) is in the running for the ‘Healthcare Technology of the Year.’
The Best Public Sector Project is looking for something that exemplifies how innovation and technology can help drive public services. CM2000’s work with the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (East Region) has produced a solution that supports better commissioning of care services. PAMMS delivers a powerful combination of market intelligence and quality assessment data giving an unprecedented view of local and regional care services.
Healthcare Technology of the Year seeks to reward technologies which have made a real impact topeople’s lives. CM2000’s ARMED is an innovative home-based solution to help pinpoint those at risk of falling, allowing early intervention and prevention. It combines pioneering predictive analytics modelling with wearable technology and health and social care data. Patients report ‘being more aware aboutactivity, fitness and heart rate and better informed about their general wellbeing’.
Mark Thomas, Managing Director of CM2000 said “Innovation has always been the lifeblood of CM2000. Our core system captures an enormous amount of care data which gave us a firm foundation for developing new solutions to overcome some of the challenges facing the sector. We are delighted that the judges have recognised the benefits of both PAMMS and ARMED.”
The National Technology Awards, hosted by FStech Magazine, are the showcase for the leaders of technology. The National Technology Awards were created to allow the technology sector to shine, celebrating the pioneers of new technology and to help drive standards and encourage excellence.
The winners will be determined by an independent judging panel and announced at the National Technology Awards Gala and Dinner on 17 May 2017 at the Millennium Hotel London Mayfair.
Find out more: nationaltechnologyawards.co.uk