Oxehealth CEO, Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, Interviewed by Management Today
Management Today, the publication for senior managers and entrepreneurs, spoke to Oxehealth CEO Hugh about Oxehealth and what our next stage of development looks like.
'At the heart of this business is helping carers and clinicians look after poorly or vulnerable people in rooms. That can be applied very widely to mental healthcare, prisons, acute care including hospitals and elsewhere. And ultimately the assisted living and home care markets. I think those are huge markets, there's a lot to go at and that's what we'll focus on.'
As Hugh said, we are currently at the end of the first of three stages of bringing the product to market. Having completed the initial phase, commercial research and proving the technology through clinical studies, pilot sales are the focus for the next stage of development for Oxehealth. You can learn more about becoming one of our Pilot Partners here.
'We're selling projects where we provide a service entirely delivered and managed by us. We provide the software, hardware and monitoring of the performance of that equipment for a fee....In the long-term [we] plan to reach greater scale by licensing the software to other providers.'
Oxehealth is currently selling our Video Analytics product, which can be used by police forces, mental health hospitals, acute hospitals and care homes to monitor the detainees and patient wellbeing. We are also working on our Medical Analytics product a medically certified solution that monitors heart rate and breathing rate to medical grade accuracy. Learn more about our technology here.
Read the full article: http://www.managementtoday.co.uk/start-up-turning-video-cameras-health-monitors/future-business/article/1422416#YiVFx4kMCw094KvH.99