Celsium wins HTN Best Health Tech Startup 2020
Last night saw the announcement of this year’s HTN Award winners. The HTN Awards celebrate great technology, partnerships, teams and innovations making a difference across health and care.
Celsium were thrilled to be nominated in two categories; Best Health Tech Startup of the Year and Best Health Tech Solution of the Year, shortlisted alongside the likes of Microsoft and The Royal College of Paediatrics.
Given the quality of the those shortlisted we are absolutely delighted to share that Celsium were awarded HTN Awards 2020 Best Health Tech Startup of the Year!
Although Celsium has been many years in development, we officially launched only a few months ago. Since then, we’ve been overwhelmed by the support and advocacy that we have received from the health community. We have some fantastic and exciting projects planned across UK health in 2021.
Celsium combines a smart wearable thermometer with its software platform to create an intelligent body temperature monitoring system, capable of continuous, accurate real time monitoring. We believe early identification of low-grade fevers developing will improve health outcomes across a wide range of health areas. In doing so, Celsium hope to help to reduce the impact of some the world’s most devastating illnesses, such as sepsis.
Well done to all the other winners and nominees; a staggering amount of innovation and health improvements on display.
Celsium’s CEO Andy Mahoney said, "Launching and building a startup is hard work. It has required a huge amount of effort, sacrifice and belief that what we’re doing will make a difference to the world. For many years, whilst not in the public eye, these endeavours go unnoticed and largely unrewarded and so I’m really pleased for the team and for everyone who has supported Celsium on our journey.
"Given the influx of innovation in healthcare these last 5 years, winning the HTN Best Health Tech Startup of the Year award 2020 really is dream-come-true territory for the team. We extend a massive thank you to HTN and all those who supported the judging process."