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Sitekit projects shortlisted at AXA PPP Health Tech And You Awards

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eRedbook and Living it Up are shortlisted to win a ‘Most Innovative Provider’ award at the AXA PPP Health Tech & You Awards. Sitekit has a leading technical role in both projects, which are part of the dallas (Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale) programme of Innovate UK.

The AXA PPP Health Tech & You Awards reward innovative organisations that bring change to healthcare and have a positive impact on people's lives. The Most Innovative Provider category celebrates new solutions that empower people to use health technology.

eRedbook, the UK’s digital Personal Child Health Record, enables parents of young children to manage their child’s health and development, in collaboration with health professionals. Not only is this a more engaging way to interact with health services, it also has the potential to save costs for the NHS as information can be shared digitally.

Living it Up is a digital platform that promotes independent lifestyles by giving people access to information and services within their community, and connecting them with others – family, friends, neighbours, carers and clinicians alike.

Award show & showcase exhibition

The AXA PPP Health Tech & You Category Winners and the Overall Winner will be announced at an Awards ceremony on 18 March. 

An exhibition will be held at London’s Design Museum from 10 March until 26 April to tell the story of health technology and its impact so far. eRedbook and Living it Up will be among the products that will be showcased at the exhibition, showing the visitor the design and development process and the current version of the product. 

More information on the exhibition and award show will be released over the course of the coming weeks, so make sure to keep an eye on our website and Twitter.

The AXA PPP Health Tech & You Category Winners and the Overall Winner will be announced at an Awards ceremony on 18 March. 

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