Deontics gains recognition with string of award successes

May 17, 2018

London-based clinical decision support specialist company Deontics is gaining widespread acclaim in a raft of award competitions thanks to its AI-based “clinical sat-nav” for doctors and patients that delivers individualised, evidence-based clinical decision recommendations.

Deontics was recently named in March as an award-winner in the first Mayor of London MedTech Business awards. The awards were part of the Mayor of London’s annual MedTech Conference.

In April. Deontics was named a runner-up in the prestigious Medilink UK National Awards, thanks to its ability to use artificial intelligence to deliver clinical decision recommendations that improves healthcare outcomes.

In addition, Deontics has been shortlisted from a thousand plus applications in the Patient Safety Awards 2018 in the Product or Innovation – Private category, with winners due to be announced at a ceremony on 9th July in Manchester.

The awards are one of the biggest celebrations of outstanding practice in the NHS and from independent providers, and this year’s finalists are judged to be those who have gone above and beyond to deliver exceptional patient care and safety.

Shortlisted projects in the Patient Safety Awards highlight and demonstrate constant innovation, as well as the drive to overcome challenges to put patients’ needs first.

Being featured in these three awards recognise a multitude of achievements and outstanding contributions to the life sciences and prove Deontics is a leading light in innovative technology and patient safety.

“It is very exciting to receive such recognition in such a short space of time,” said Guy Wood-Gush, CEO of Deontics. “The innovative yet practical nature of our product enables clinicians to use AI and cognitive computing effectively, informing treatment decisions that are tailored to the needs of individual patients. We very much appreciate the feedback we have received so far, both from customers and award judges. We now have our fingers crossed for the Patient Safety Awards in July.”