Measure a patient’s pulse and breathing rate completely contact-free
View a short 15-second clear image into the room to verify patient safety at night without disturbing them
View vital signs data over time with the Vital Signs Trends chart.
Oxevision provides information and notifications to clinical staff about a patient’s location in their room.
Vital signs information including vital signs observations and trends
A patient’s activity levels and a “No Activity” alert if no activity is detected within an occupied room for a prolonged time
Location insights, including an “In Bathroom” status (if applicable)
Emergency treatment order administration and timings (optional).
Staff can gain additional insights with activity reports. These reports enable staff to review night-time and day-time activity.
Protected privacy and security
Ward staff can only see a clear, 15-second video into the room when taking vital signs spot check measurements with the medical device.
National guidance on consent
The National Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Nursing Directors Fforum created guidance in 2022 on the use of vision-based patient monitoring technology in mental health care. Oxehealth recommends providers follow the informed consent regimes laid out in the national guidance, see here.
Co-produced templated patient materials
A series of resources (e.g. patient leaflets and posters) were created by patients, carers and clinicians in association with the National Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Nursing Directors Forum for hospitals to provide to patients where vision-based patient monitoring systems are used to support care, see here.
Enhanced data for incident review
Providers choose whether or not to retain clear video data for up to 24 hours to assist in serious incident reviews. This encrypted data is held securely on the Providers’ premises and only accessed by authorised senior staff.
No need for a wearable device.
There is no microphone. Oxevision can not pick up any sound.
See more details about the use of vision-based patient monitoring in the Mental Health and Learning Disability Nurse Director Forum’s national guidance
Oxehealth welcomes and recommends the MHNDF National guidance which was coproduced with patients, carers and clinicians.