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Benefits

Oxevision gives teams the clinical insights they require to intervene proactively and to plan care so that they deliver safer, higher quality and more efficient care. Inpatient and residential care providers realise an immediate step change and continuous improvement in care by deploying the Oxehealth Service, which includes Oxevision.

Clinicians use our service to make a step change in many care outcomes. Here are the most common:

How Oxevision helps improve patient experience

Conventional approaches to safety checks in hospitals and care homes can be intrusive, particularly at night time or when patients are in their bedrooms. Clinicians often need to open doors and switch lights on to verify a patient is safe.

Our partners have received feedback from many patients who have experienced an improved sense of safety, well being, privacy and dignity and who think they sleep better when they stay in a bedroom equipped with Oxevision.

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Patient Experience
How Oxevision helps improve patient experience

Conventional approaches to safety checks in hospitals and care homes can be intrusive, particularly at night time or when patients are in their bedrooms. Clinicians often need to open doors and switch lights on to verify a patient is safe.

Our partners have received feedback from many patients who have experienced an improved sense of safety, well being, privacy and dignity and who think they sleep better when they stay in a bedroom equipped with Oxevision.

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Patient Experience
Patient Experience

Clinical impact

70%
Patients reported they feel staff care for them better when they use Oxevision
97%
Staff agreed they disturbed patients’ sleep less at night using Oxevision
70%
Patients felt Oxevision improved their wellbeing on the ward
62%
Patients felt Oxevision helps them get better sleep at night
88%
Staff agreed Oxevision enables them to provide better care for patients on the ward
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“Oxehealth may be able to identify habits of a person or symptoms that we may miss...it can help determine if that person's recovering, or whether they're stuck in their recovery. We can have a conversation with that person to say, 'we've noticed that you've been up in the middle of the night quite frequently, but we haven't seen that in your checks. Do you want to talk about why that may be?' Something as simple as that could be life-changing in their recovery."
Rachel Webb
Ward Manager
“There’s no disturbance to patient sleep when we conduct our observations at night using the Oxehealth system. You are not making noise by opening the hatch or the door or switching on the light in the patient’s room. It is a very efficient system and I feel like it is improving recovery for our patients.”
Phillis Gomo
Nurse, Vaughan Thomas Ward at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
"I know that I am being monitored, I would have said for my own benefit and my health, whenever I am in the room. It’s peace of mind knowing that if anything happens to me the staff are alerted and they can come in and do what’s necessary."
Patient
"I think it’s the way forward because the staff can’t be there all of the time. It monitors every single room and it keeps an eye on everybody; if anybody does get themselves into trouble then the staff are straight away there."
Patient
"I think Oxehealth makes us very safe. It calls for help when you need it, but also when you don’t think you need help. I find it hard to ask for help or admit I might need help, but with Oxehealth you know it alerts staff when you need them and they will come and help you."
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
"Most of the time we have forgotten about it which is a good thing. It’s unobtrusive enough to do what it needs to do without causing unnecessary stress to patients."
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
"Since Oxehealth was installed, I’m disturbed much less at night. It’s much better because no one watches you trying to do everything."
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
"It’s good for a rested night sleep. It stops the nurses checking on you. I have been woken by torch light shining through my window at night which did panic me and made me think of the police coming to my property"
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
"We feel safer. Manual checks allow for a greater margin of human error and overseen risk factors, but with the addition of this we know ourselves and our friends will not be left in a crisis or life threatening physical state without recordings of it having happened and an alert to someone who can step in."
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
“[Oxevision] helped me with my specific problems when I was in my room isolated. It just meant I felt safer.”
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
“In one instance [staff member] came into my room to look at a drawing, and then [another staff member] came down the corridor to check I was OK having realised there was someone in my room. In that case I didn’t need help but I felt it was very receptive with no delay, which made me feel safe.”
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
"I see Oxehealth as a link to the staff when you’re ill. At night in bed, they can see that you’re moving and it’s a good thing because staff know you are safe."
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
“I think Oxehealth increases safety for patients because staff carry around the tablet with Oxehealth on it. They can see an overview of what’s going on on the ward, without knocking on the patient’s door and it will alert if someone needs help.”
Patient
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Early insights report
Patient Experience

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