Medica Reporting Ltd are delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist for the APM Technology Project of the Year Award

Medica’s augmented intelligence project to introduce AI into the Acute Workflow, has been shortlisted in the APM project management awards 2021. The awards have global reach and are open to projects from all countries and organisations. They are widely regarded as the most prestigious and sought after recognition for excellence within the project management profession.

The technology project of the year award is given to the applicant whose project demonstrates the most effective use of project management and the greatest benefits and outcomes to end users in technology and communication projects.   


As the market leader in UK teleradiology, with turnaround times of less than 25 minutes for acute reporting, our aim was to use technical innovation to further improve service and to support the clinical reporting process. The project’s goal was to deploy the qER algorithm (in partnership with, a CT Head product which analyses non contrast studies, flags up possible abnormalities and gives a worklist prioritisation output.

APM Awards Finalists
Sam Davey, Head of Programme Delivery said

“We are proud to have introduced AI in to our teleradiology workflow, enabling us to make critical allocation decisions relating to intracranial haemorrhage, speeding up turnaround times and improving clinical outputs for patients. qER went live within our production workflow in December 2020 and has been a great success since.

Sam Davey Medica

The overall winner of the APM Technology Project of the Year Award will be announced at an awards evening on 15th November 2021.

Read more about our partnership with here.