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Best of the best: Here are the winners at this year's HCA Medtech Awards 2021

The event is held via face-to-face presentations at Conrad Centennial Singapore today May 27, and a virtual awards presentation from June 2 to 7. 

Nowhere has medical technology created a tremendous impact in recent times than today, when diagnosing, monitoring and treating the Coronavirus has been an outstanding priority among many countries that are continuously being ravaged by the pandemic. It's a battle that hasn't been completely won yet, but will eventually be achieved. Thanks to innovative minds that create products and initiatives in the field of medical technology, we are now a step closer to winning the war against the COVID-19 virus for good.

In recognition of companies that have made significant innovations, technologies and outstanding products or enterprises in this field, Healthcare Asia Medtech Awards has honoured these enterprises by introducing the winners through a virtual awards presentation from June 2 to June 7.

This year's nominations were judged by an expert panel that included Chris Hardesty, Director, Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice at KPMG; Partha Basumatary, Director, Life Sciences & Healthcare, Strategy Lead at EY - Parthenon; Dr. Stephanie Allen, Global Healthcare Leader at Deloitte; and Damien Duhamel, Co-founder & Managing Partner at YCP Solidiance. 

Here are the winners this year:

Align Technology

  • Digital Innovation of the Year - Singapore

Boston Scientific

  • Training Initiative of the Year - Singapore

CooperVision Asia Pacific

  • Patient Advocacy Program of the Year - Singapore

Global Medical Technologies Manila Inc.

  • COVID Management Initiative of the Year - Philippines

Guangdong Launca Medical Device Technology Co., Ltd

  • Dentistry Solution Initiative of the Year - China
  • Digital Innovation of the Year - China

Guardant Health AMEA 

  • Oncology Product Innovation of the Year - Singapore

INEX Innovate

  • COVID Management Initiative of the Year - Singapore

Korea Health Industry Development Institute

  • Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year - Korea

Oliver Healthcare Packaging

  • Packaging Design of the Year - Singapore

Priority Pulse Private Limited

  • Digital Innovation of the Year - India

QIAGEN BUSINESS SERVICES (MANILA), INC.

  • Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year - Philippines

SOPHiA GENETICS

  • Hospital Partnership of the Year - Australia
  • Oncology Product Innovation of the Year - Australia

Stash PH Pinas Inc. Enabling Hospitals

  • Hospital Partnership of the Year - Philippines

UPPERMED PTE.LTD.

  • Remote Management Initiative of the Year - Singapore

Zimmer Biomet

  • Orthopaedic Product Innovation of the Year - Singapore
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