Applications of Oxevision

Oxevision provides clinical teams with insights that can help them to intervene proactively and to plan care, so that they can deliver safer, higher quality and more efficient care.

Our partners have reported making a step change in many care outcomes.
Here are the most common:

Traditionally, building a full picture of patient behaviour in their bedroom, including at night, has been challenging for staff. Doing so requires clinicians to sit with every patient constantly, which is impractical and compromises patients' privacy and influences their behaviour. It is also cost-prohibitive.

Oxevision gives clinicians activity reports, providing insights into a patient's behaviour whilst preserving patient privacy. These insights can help teams to identify behaviours they otherwise may not have known about, and can enable them to make the right care interventions at the right time.

Oxevision's Activity Reports can help clinicians to "break the cycle" of challenging behaviour and encourage patients to engage with their recovery early on.

Activity Reports can also provide supplemental objective insights; for example, information that a patient is making frequent bathroom visits, which may prompt a clinician to investigate a possible urinary tract infection.

Oxevision is designed to support existing clinical practice. It does not on its own guarantee patient safety or any improvement in clinical outcome.

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Managing Behaviour

Traditionally, building a full picture of patient behaviour in their bedroom, including at night, has been challenging for staff. Doing so requires clinicians to sit with every patient constantly, which is impractical and compromises patients' privacy and influences their behaviour. It is also cost-prohibitive.

Oxevision gives clinicians activity reports, providing insights into a patient's behaviour whilst preserving patient privacy. These insights can help teams to identify behaviours they otherwise may not have known about, and can enable them to make the right care interventions at the right time.

Oxevision's Activity Reports can help clinicians to "break the cycle" of challenging behaviour and encourage patients to engage with their recovery early on.

Activity Reports can also provide supplemental objective insights; for example, information that a patient is making frequent bathroom visits, which may prompt a clinician to investigate a possible urinary tract infection.

Oxevision is designed to support existing clinical practice. It does not on its own guarantee patient safety or any improvement in clinical outcome.

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Managing Behaviour
Managing Behaviour

Partners who have augmented their existing clinical practice with Oxevision insights report:

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"Using the Activity Report helped change the way we perceived his behaviour. During our weekly MDT meeting, we decided to step down Yasir’s observations at night. Having that objective data from the Activity Report gave confidence to the team that we were making the right decision. It made nighttime nursing much easier for staff and we were reassured that Yasir and the ward were safe"
Dr Faith Ndebele, Consultant Psychiatrist
Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership Trust
"We used the Oxehealth system to take a vital signs measurement of a patient in her bedroom and saw that she had a plastic bag tied around her head. We immediately went to her bedroom and removed the plastic bag and she appeared to start seizing. It took her a while to come around and when she did she claimed she couldn’t see or hear anything."
Jane Biner
Charge Nurse, female acute ward, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
"I think we have a better balance with our care now. The patients are learning to engage with themselves, develop their coping skills and it breaks those behaviour cycles that can lead to a patient self-harming."
Ann Teemal
Ward Manager, female acute ward, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Managing Behaviour

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