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Trust project selected as a finalist in Health Service Journal Awards

A pioneering medication monitoring initiative by Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted for a presitigious national award for Improving Care With Technology.

The Trust’s SystemTDM® was chosen from more than 1,000 entries to become a finalist in the Health Service Journal (HSJ) 2013 Awards.

On 8 October, Lead Clinical Pharmacist and SystemTDM® Development Lead Tim Anderson will take part in the next stage, at which he will give a presentation to the judging panel and answer their questions.

The winners will be announced on a Tuesday 19 November at the HSJ Awards to be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, in London.

Leigh Fleming, Commercial Director, said: “The Trust is delighted that this project has been named as a finalists in the HSJ Awards, as it highlights how we are constantly developing technology to improve the care of our service users.”


Notes to editors:
SystemTDM® is a recall and reminder platform for patients taking medication that
requires regular monitoring for health reasons. It is currently being using by the Trust
to monitor service users who take lithium.​