Breakfast with Matt Hancock at Number 10 Downing Street
We were thrilled to be invited to meet with Matt Hancock at No 10 Downing Street on Monday. The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care was gathering perspectives to inform the Government’s Ageing Society Grand Challenge (part of the Industrial Strategy).
Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, our CEO, commented, “Ward staff and carers across the country are harnessing the Oxehealth Digital Care Assistant to reduce injuries, improve patient outcomes and save time across mental health and dementia settings.
It was a great privilege to share what we’ve seen working and offer some concrete ideas for how we believe technology can support carers and clinicians to deliver the government’s Grand Challenge aim of at least 5 extra healthy, independent years of life for everyone in the UK by 2030.”
Leaving, Hugh could not resist a picture at the iconic front door!
Oxehealth gives clinicians, carers & custodians more time for hands on care where and when they are needed most. Oxehealth is an assistant for when you can't be there, paying attention to every room.
Oxehealth’s solutions can help staff prevent serious incidents, reduce the risk of falls, take spot check pulse rate & breathing rate measurements and understand patient behaviour better. Our software solutions use secure optical sensors to generate the alerts and reports clinicians, carers and custodians need, seamlessly slotted into their existing workflow. Oxehealth serves customers in mental health, police, prison, acute hospital, care home & homecare settings.
Oxehealth was the first joint spin-out of the University of Oxford’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. The company was founded by Professor Lionel Tarassenko, Head of Engineering at the University of Oxford, in 2012.
For further press information, please contact Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, CEO, on +44 (0) 1865 900 599 or email@example.com.