Celebrations commence as Elemental make Digital Leaders ‘Healthtech Innovation’ 100 shortlist

WE’RE DELIGHTED TO REVEAL THAT ELEMENTAL HAS MADE THE TOP 10 SHORTLIST IN THE ‘HEALTHTECH INNOVATION’ CATEGORY IN THIS YEAR’S PRESTIGIOUS DIGITAL LEADERS 100 AWARDS.
Digital Leaders 100

The 2020 Digital Health awards received a large number of entries from across the UK, which have now been whittled down to a high-calibre shortlist of 10 finalists whose products or services have leveraged technology to improve healthcare provision or service efficiency, in the last year.

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“As a team, Elemental are absolutely ecstatic to be included in the prestigious 2020 Digital Leaders 100 shortlist. To be recognised as a health tech innovator alongside services such as NHS Digital and Space Finder is a huge honour. Coming from a background of community development, we set out to mainstream social prescribing and make huge impacts to the lives of thousands of people around the UK and Ireland. It’s not just tech for the sake of tech, it’s tech for good, designed with a people first approach.” Elemental Co-Founder/CEO Jennifer Neff

VOTE FOR ELEMENTAL

Voting for the Digital Leaders 100 Awards is now LIVE and you can vote for Elemental here. The public vote will be open until Friday 14th August, with the awards ceremony taking place in Leeds on Thursday 17th October 2020.

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CREATING PARTNERSHIPS AND PROVIDING SOLUTIONS

Elemental is an award winning Tech For Good company that is bridging the gap between health, housing, local government and the community via their portfolio of digital social prescribing products and consultancy services, designed to support the strategy and practice of self-care and independence and community resilience.

Former community development workers, Jennifer Neff and Leeann Monk, developed Elemental to halt health inequalities by connecting people, building communities and improving lives. They have played a major role in the uptake and adoption of the social prescribing movement that has seen communities gain better access to programmes, services and support in their local neighbourhoods that improve their mental and physical wellbeing.

“Social prescribing, sometimes referred to as community referral, is a means of enabling GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services” – The King’s Fund.

Elemental has successfully grown a network of commercial partnerships across GB, NI and wider Europe. To support the continued planned growth Elemental is looking to appoint a Business Development Manager to help us continue to grow our footprint throughout the UK, Ireland, Europe and Canada.

FIND OUT MORE

If you’d like to find out how Elemental can enhance and scale the impact of social prescribing in your communities, get in touch or pop your details below to request a 1-1 online demo.

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Jennifer and Leeann

Someone’s health and wellbeing can be affected by where they live, what they do for a living, their income or their early childhood background experiences. This in turn leads to some stark, and often avoidable health differences.

We founded Elemental to play an active part in halting health inequalities through the social prescribing movement. Our technology helps communities to be better connected, build resilience and bring real precision to the measurement of the impact of community investment.

We work with organisations that want to continue to invest in their communities but want to be much better at measuring impact and outcomes.

We believe this is a powerful route out of health inequality.

CEO & Co-Founder, Jennifer Neff
COO & Co-Founder, Leeann Monk-Ozgul

Jennifer and Leeann

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