Nominations are now closed for the Health Tech World Awards 2024, sponsored by Convenzis. 

We will be recognising the brightest lights of the Health Tech World, celebrating some of the best examples of leadership, innovation and impact in health technology globally.

The categories will enable us to recognise organisations contributing to the harnessing of technology for better patient outcomes in an array of different ways.

Key dates
Sept 1: Nominations open
Feb 29: Nominations close
March: Shortlisting and judging process
April 18: Winners announced

Award Categories

Health Tech Leader of the Year
sponsored by Reddie & Grose
Young Health Tech Leader of the Year (35 and under)
sponsored by Fearsome
Most Improved Patient Outcomes
sponsored by NIHR Surgical Medtech Co-operative
Professional Services Firm of the Year
sponsored by Radar Healthcare
Health Tech Startup of the Year
(under 50 staff / less than 5 years old)
sponsored by FINN Partners
Health Tech Company of the Year (more than 50 staff)
sponsored by Fettle
Health Tech Innovation of the Year
sponsored by Marks & Clerk
Best Digital Health App of the Year
sponsored by Spark TSL
The Judges Choice Award
sponsored by Convenzis

Categories and sponsors

Successful leadership is integral to the success of any health tech enterprise. This award will recognise a leader who is inspiring their team to excel each and every day.

About the category sponsor

With offices in London, Cambridge, Munich and The Hague, Reddie & Grose’s attorneys handle the full range of IP rights including patents, trade marks, registered designs and plant varieties. It offers services across all key technologies.

Becoming a successful leader at a young age requires drive, determination and age-defying self-belief. This award will honour a young leader age 35 who possesses all those qualities in spades.

About the category sponsor

Fearsome is a medical device development and design consultancy based in the UK. The company offers a genuinely end-to-end service, often beginning with just an intent and ending to production set up, certification and product launch. Fearsome is strategic, business-focused and practical, with extensive workshop, laboratory and studio facilities, including a full-time in-house engineering team.

Fearsome's quality systems are mature and audited to LRQA to ISO 13485. The company specialises in developing medical device innovations and has recently been working in neurosurgery, women's health and ophthalmology. Fearsome often helps young start-ups and smaller companies scale and grow their medical businesses

Improving patient outcomes is at the very core of what health tech innovation is all about. This award will shine a light on the institutions and innovations helping patients to live longer, healthier lives.

About the Category Sponsor

One of eleven Medtech and In vitro diagnostics Co-operatives (MICs) funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) to act as a centres of expertise that focus on clinical areas of high morbidity and unmet need for NHS patients.

The aims of the NIHR Surgical MedTech Co-operative are to:

  • To develop new concepts, demonstrate proof of principle and devise research protocols for new medical technologies that are applicable across the NHS.
  • Improve the quality of life and effectiveness of healthcare services for patients undergoing colorectal, hepatobiliary (HPB), vascular and neurosurgery.
  • Work collaboratively with patients and patient groups, charities, industry, clinicians and academics.

Healthcare success depends on more than frontline teams and tech developers. Professional services are the backbone of a successful health tech operation. This award will honour those services.

About the category sponsor

Radar Healthcare was founded by Paul Johnson and Lee Williams in 2012, with a vision of improving safety in healthcare. Combining human intuition with innovative methods through collaboration with public and private organisations across health and social care has made our risk, quality, and compliance software the only option for hundreds of our partners across the world.

Startups are the very lifeblood of health tech innovation. This award will recognise the most exciting, forward-thinking startups helping to break new ground in healthcare.

About the Category Sponsor

FINN Partners is one of the fastest-growing global, independent agencies, with a heart and a conscience. FINN serves clients through a powerful combination of hands-on partnership, highly specialised expertise, and a values-driven culture that champions integrity, collaboration, and innovation. 

This award will celebrate more established companies helping to set the blueprint for health tech success in 2024.

About the Category Sponsor

Fettle gives you convenient access to a huge range of therapists and mental health services in an online platform at affordable rates. 

Fettle online therapists have an average of 10+ years of counselling experience and hold multiple accreditations from recognised psychotherapy bodies, such as the BACP.

In what promises to be a highly competitive category, the Innovation of the Year Award will shine a light on the most promising health tech innovations on the global market.

About the Category Sponsor

Marks & Clerk provides businesses of all shapes and sizes with people whose legal, commercial and technical expertise exactly meets their needs. 

Its large team of patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, commercial lawyers and IP litigators has helped thousands of businesses all over the world protect, enforce and maximise the value of their intellectual property.

There has been an explosion in digital health over the past few years, with health systems around the world embracing health apps like never before

This award will recognise the apps that stand out in this highly competitive space

About the Category Sponsor

SPARK®️ TSL is a leading provider of WiFi and engagement solutions for healthcare organisations. Founded in 2003, the company serves customers across the NHS and already has partnerships with 120 Trusts in the UK offering a suite of products and services designed to help NHS trusts and hospitals enhance patient experience, improve staff productivity, and drive better health outcomes through technology.