BBC Radio Oxford’s Howard Bentham and BBC Radio Berkshire’s Andrew Peach hosted Oxehealth CEO, Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, to discuss the ‘amazing technology that can monitor a heartbeat with just a camera’ and it’s potential for monitoring vulnerable people while in hospital or in care.
Howard Bentham asked Hugh “Why is it needed?”
Hugh responded that the Oxehealth technology allows us “to look after these [vulnerable] people and alert the doctors and nurses when they are needed”. The technology also ensures that alerts only occur when necessary “such that you’re not wasting [a doctor or nurse’s] time, when they could be doing better things like caring for someone who really needs them”.
To listen to the full interviews please visit the links below.
BBC Radio Oxford: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04rt26s#play (53:40)
BBC Radio Berkshire: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04s17dq#play (1:37:20)
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