Webinar invite | 7th of September | 8:00 am EST

Unlocking the power of data in inpatient psychiatry: How vision-based patient monitoring technology is helping clinical staff to transform care

This webinar will reveal how 48% of NHS behavioral health providers in England have implemented a vision-based patient monitoring system (Oxevision) to support inpatient care. By providing contact-free vital sign measurements (FDA cleared, class II) and activity alerts and reports, the technology enables staff to make more informed clinical decisions and to deliver better, safer care for the benefit of patients.

Themes: ‍

  • Contact-free sleep monitoring: Can data on sleep patterns and chronotypes support the delivery of personalised psychiatric treatment and speed up recovery?
    - A first look at the new Sleep module for Oxevision, currently seeking medical device approval
  • Reducing restrictive practices: Can technology deliver insights that support staff to provide safer and less restrictive care, and to reduce the use of PRN medication?
  • Balancing safety and privacy: How can providers ensure they are protecting patients’ rights when using vision-based monitoring technology?
    - Recommendations from UK national guidelines
    - Management of patients with paranoid symptoms

Speakers: ‍

  • Dr Dan Joyce, Professor of Connected Mental Health, Liverpool University and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Mehtab Rahman, Consultant Psychiatrist and Director of Quality, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Martin Lehmann, Oxehealth
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Previous webinars

Implementing Oxevision in geriatric units at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Business, Strategy and Transformation Manager, Christina Santana-Smith, shares her experience of deploying Oxevision at the London-based NHS behavioral health provider she works for.
Safer patients, more efficient staffing: How Oxevision is helping providers unlock the potential of technology in behavioral health inpatient care
Watch an exclusive live demo of Oxevision, learn about the first-hand experiences of clinical staff who have used the system and explore key data from studies evaluating its effectiveness.
Royal College of Psychiatrists: How technology can change behavioral health services
This webinar highlights how digital tools can enhance patient safety and considers the relationship between clinical staff, patients and novel technology.
How vision-based patient monitoring technology supports behavioral health care
In this webinar, Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Faith Ndebele presents the results of a study that showed a reduction in self-harm, assaults and emergency treatment orders following the implementation of Oxevision.
Royal College of Psychiatrists: Delivering technology at scale in forensic services
Broadmoor Hospital is the oldest of England's high-security psychiatric hospitals. Dr Robert Bates, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Clinical Director, shares tips on implementing Oxevision at scale and discusses the impact on patients and staff.