Digital Health Technology Award
The rate of advancement in the development of digital health technologies is unprecedented. This inaugural Award seeks to recognise innovators who are at the forefront of digital health technologies.
The Digital Health Technology Award is presented for an emerging, innovative technology that advances healthcare delivery and/or enables healthcare users and providers to improve health outcomes.
Eligible technologies will have been supported through Australian health and medical research, they will have at least one Australian individual, institution, or organisation as a collaborating partner.
This award will go to the individual, team or organisation who has developed, trialled, or implemented the technology.
Applications should demonstrate how the technology can have a significant impact on digital transformation of the health sector and be implementable in a scalable manner.
Note – We have used the definition of Digital Health as by the one outlined by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Questions for the nominators to address – please keep your submission to 700-800 words:
- Describe how the nominee has demonstrated innovation in the design and development of digital health technologies.
- How did the nominee differentiate the innovation from existing practices being used in the delivery of healthcare?
- What is the actial or potential for translation of this innovation, and the broader impact on health outcomes?
- How has this digital health innovation been applied or translated; if the technology has been trailled in practice the outcome of the trial should be outlined.
- Nominations can be for any individual, team or organisation that meets the criteria for that Award category.
- Research Australia Membership is not a prerequisite nor is it of any advantage or disadvantage during the nomination process.
- Each nominee requires a primary and a secondary nominator.
- The primary nominator must be an employee of a current (financial) member organisation of Research Australia. A person can only be the primary nominator across a maximum of two Award Categories.
- The secondary nominator (can be an individual, team or organisation) and need not be a Research Australia member.
- Confirmation of Nomination: Primary nominators will receive an email confirming details of their nomination. Please check junk email if confirmation email is not received.
- Nominations close July 31 and finalists are announced in September 2023.
- The Winners are announced at the official Awards Ceremony and Gala dinner on November 2 at Doltone House Hyde Park, Sydney