OxeObs: The first digital observations tool designed specifically for mental health
Developed in association with Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
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Digital observations tool designed for mental health

Routine observations are a critical part of helping ensure the safety of patients during their stay in inpatient mental health facilities, and in promoting therapeutic engagement between patients and staff.

Currently, in person safety checks and paper-based observation methods are widely used. This approach can lead to patients being disturbed which could impact their rest and privacy. It is also time-consuming for staff and has at times been linked to serious shortfalls in patient safety and safeguarding, despite the best efforts of already overstretched clinical teams.

An assistive technology that enables mental health professionals to make and document accurate, patient-centred, therapeutically valuable and auditable observations.

Therapeutically valuable and patient-centered mental health observations that do not disturb patients
Help staff (including bank and agency) take accurate and timely observations
Save over 33% of the time2 it takes staff to complete observations and scan paper records
Enable senior staff to audit compliance with observation levels and adherence to policies and reduce risk of falsified records
Partner with an expert in using data to enable safer, higher quality and more efficient mental health patient care to deploy a system that is compatible with all EPR providers1
1 Subject to integration, professional service fees apply.
2 Results across the four wards were normalised to 16 bedrooms so they were comparable. The time savings for the four wards were then averaged to generate results for a single ward that is considered to be representative of all wards in the trust.

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