About Us

Can We Save Lives and
Improve Healthcare for Everyone?

Our dream at Oxehealth is to help clinicians, carers and custodians to save lives and improve healthcare for everyone.

Oxehealth has secured the world's first medical device certification for software enabling an optical sensor remotely to measure pulse rate and breathing rate.

Our Digital Care Assistant solutions give clinical staff more time for hands-on care where & when it's needed most; they act as an assistant for when staff can't be there, paying attention to every room.

Oxehealth is majority owned by IP Group Plc and Ora Capital, two major British investment companies backing UK science for the long term.

Tools Clinicians Say They Need

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Oxehealth was founded by the Head of Engineering at Oxford University, Professor Lionel Tarassenko CBE. The business was formed at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME). This unique research group asks clinicians what challenges they most need addressing, and then tasks biomedical engineers with inventing tools to meet those clinical needs.

We stay true to this heritage: we are entirely focused on building the contact-free solutions clinicians, carers and custodians say they need to improve the care and increase the dignity of their patients and other subjects.
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Validated Technology


Our solutions are based in rigorous, ground-breaking science: our first two clinically validated studies into the accuracy of our technology were published in 2014 and we have over a dozen patents granted or filed.  

We were, in 2018, the first group in the world to secure medical device certification for software enabling a secure optical sensor to measure pulse rate and breathing rate.

Oxehealth has always worked in close partnership with the NHS: we are part owned by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and have undertaken studies at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Churchill Hospital, Broadmoor Psychiatric Hospital, Royal Brompton Hospital, Oxford Health and Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Partnership Trust.
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Leadership Team

Advisory Board

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BarnEy Quinn
Chairman
Barney has over 30 years' experience with application software and cloud based companies. During his career, he has served in many non-executive roles, including several chairman roles. 

Today, Barney is Non-Executive Chairman of Clearstar Inc (AIM listed), NonExecutive Chairman of Arkivum (IP Group portfolio company) and Non-Executive Director of private companies Concirrus & Rosslyn Data Technologies.
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Hugh Lloyd-Jukes
CEO
Hugh has spent over a decade building enduring partnerships with Fortune 1000 clients. Before becoming CEO of Oxehealth, he co-founded Xinfu, a disruptive CEO advisory business, and grew it to serve large listed clients globally from offices in London and Beijing. 

Hugh trained as a strategy consultant and holds a Master's degree in Law from the University of Cambridge.
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prof. Lionel Tarassenko CBE
Founding Director
Professor Tarassenko is the head of the Department of Engineering Science and Director of The Institute of Biomedical Engineering Science at the University of Oxford. 

Founder of Oxehealth Ltd, he is the author of 220 refereed publications, 210 conference papers, 3 books and 30 patents and is also a Director of Oxford University Innovation.
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Simon Hardman
COO
Simon has over 25 years' experience in financial, commercial and operational leadership roles. Simon has led successful exits for a number of private equity & VC backed businesses.

Simon is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and holds a 1st class honours degree in Pure Chemistry from Aberdeen University.
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Charlotte Wood
Business Development Director
Charlotte is responsible for our Mental Health partnerships. Charlotte comes from a strategy consulting background working with healthcare and pharmaceutical clients.  

Charlotte holds a Master's degree in Chemistry from the University of Oxford and International Public Policy (Public Health) from UCL.
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Katrin Engelmann
Business Development Director
Katrin manages our partnerships with police, prisons, and care homes. She is also responsible for setting up our indirect channel partner programme. Katrin is an experienced management consultant with extensive background in the healthcare industry.

Katrin holds an MBA from London Business School.
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Oliver Gibson
VP, R&D
Oliver brings deep experience of postdoctoral research in software and algorithm development, working on projects with the University of Oxford, Institute of Biomedical Engineering to monitor patients in hospital and home via mobile phone technology. 

Oliver holds a Doctorate in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Oxford.
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Sarah Surrall
VP, Engineering
Sarah is a Chartered Engineer with substantial experience leading technical teams working in applied machine learning, signal processing and systems development. 

Sarah holds a Masters degree in Engineering & Computer Science from the University of Oxford.
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Prof. Sir Malcolm Green
Advisory Board Member
Sir Malcolm Green trained at Oxford, Harvard and St Thomas’s Hospital, becoming consultant respiratory physician to St Bartholomew’s and the Royal Brompton Hospitals. Director of Research for the NHS in 1999, Malcolm was responsible for the DoH budget for R&D; of £500M. He founded the British Lung Foundation in 1985 and served as its Chairman and then President.
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Dr Miles Snowden M.D., MPH, CEBS
Advisory Board Member
Dr Miles Snowden is Chief Medical Officer of TeamHealth, and former CMO of Optum, UnitedHealth Group. 
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Warren East CBE
Advisory Board Member
Warren was appointed CEO of Rolls Royce in 2015. Prior to this he served as CEO of ARM Holdings, the world’s leading semiconductor intellectual property supplier. 
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