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:

Oxehealth was founded to help clinicians save lives and improve healthcare for everyone.  

Our mission is to help clinicians deliver the safest and highest quality care possible to those in their care so that patients and care home residents experience the widest possible sense of wellbeing, independence, privacy and dignity and the best possible opportunity for fast recovery.

Oxevision supports compassionate and dignified care. It is a supportive tool for staff in caring for their patients and does not replace therapeutic interaction or personal care.

We work closely with all our healthcare provider partners and their staff to learn about the experiences of clinicians in active care settings where Oxevision and the Oxehealth Service support day to day clinical care.

Feedback from clinicians using Oxevision as a supportive tool to help them care for patients is that they are better able to provide safe, high quality care and give a greater sense of privacy and dignity to patients during their stay in hospital.

Oxevision also helps them to create more time for direct, therapeutic care and supports them to make more informed, more individualised care decisions to promote therapeutic engagement and recovery.

To find out more about staff perspectives on Oxevision read a detailed report here.

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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Staff Experience

Oxehealth was founded to help clinicians save lives and improve healthcare for everyone.  

Our mission is to help clinicians deliver the safest and highest quality care possible to those in their care so that patients and care home residents experience the widest possible sense of wellbeing, independence, privacy and dignity and the best possible opportunity for fast recovery.

Oxevision supports compassionate and dignified care. It is a supportive tool for staff in caring for their patients and does not replace therapeutic interaction or personal care.

We work closely with all our healthcare provider partners and their staff to learn about the experiences of clinicians in active care settings where Oxevision and the Oxehealth Service support day to day clinical care.

Feedback from clinicians using Oxevision as a supportive tool to help them care for patients is that they are better able to provide safe, high quality care and give a greater sense of privacy and dignity to patients during their stay in hospital.

Oxevision also helps them to create more time for direct, therapeutic care and supports them to make more informed, more individualised care decisions to promote therapeutic engagement and recovery.

To find out more about staff perspectives on Oxevision read a detailed report here.

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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Staff Experience
Staff Experience

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

94%
Staff agreed that Oxevision helped them to improve patient safety
87%
Staff agreed that Oxevision helped them to provide better care
85%
Staff agreed that Oxevision helped them to better manage patient risk
81%
Staff agreed that Oxevision helped them to identify incidents they may not have known about
72%
Staff agreed that Oxevision helped them to provide patients with a greater sense of privacy and dignity
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“Having the [Oxevision] system in place for 2 months now it’s already starting to demonstrate that, and it’s a really good enhancement on what we do on a day by day basis. It’s a culture shift, it’s a bold step to use technology if you’ve been around for a long time but actually it’s the way to go.”
Ian Arthur
Matron, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust. Early Insights Report
“We can check Frank’s pulse and breathing rate as often as we like without disturbing him, and get alerts if he spends more than 5 minutes in his bathroom. We can check that Frank is safe and healthy throughout the night, without putting him on close observations, and be reassured that we can quickly respond to any signs of a seizure we notice.”
Natasha Le Fort
Deputy Ward Manager, male PICU
“The way that nursing observations have taken place, with nurses checking patients in person, has not really changed for decades and can be incredibly disruptive to patient sleep. Working with Oxevision is transforming the patient experience at night while providing reassurance to staff that the patient is safe.”
Pauline Scully
Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
"With Oxevision, not only have we reduced the risk of serious incidents happening and improved patient safety, we will be able to reduce the suffering of staff and patients following a tragic incident which is invaluable to us.”
Denise Cracknell
Service Manager, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust. EPUT Early insights report
“Oxevision helps with staff anxiety, as you know you’re not being as intrusive with patients and it really does help us to keep our patients safe.”
Jane Biner, Charge Nurse
Female acute ward, Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, EPUT early insights report
“I couldn’t imagine not having Oxevision now in place. It’s something that makes us feel more secure and we feel it sets up safety for the patients.”
Tracey Beecy
Deputy Ward Manager, Stanley male ward, Manor Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire Parntership NHS Trust, Safer Dementia Care in mental health hospitals
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