Oxford Digital Health was founded by four globally experienced professionals with in-depth knowledge of healthcare, cybersecurity, technology and start-up investment and scaling.

This team realised that a combination of their respective expertise could be applied to improve healthcare related IT infrastructure and services. We bring user-centric design-thinking, global scale, speed, resilience and security to developing a platform that works interoperably and securely with other digital healthcare technology specialists.

John Kosobucki

OX.DH CEO & Founder

John is an experienced Chief Technology Officer with 30 years’ P&L experience in Financial Services, helping grow a start-up to a multi-billion revenue technology company.

He builds trust and confidence with stakeholders to align objectives and deliver innovative solutions that achieve better outcomes and growth. An investor in several early stage businesses including emerging healthcare, digital transformation and secure communications, John acts as a mentor and executive sponsor to accelerate growth.

Enda McVeigh

OX.DH Founder

Enda is Associate Professor in Reproductive Medicine at the University of Oxford. He has successfully developed several start-up companies including Ashdale Care (2002) which became the largest private provider of Residential Children’s Care in Ireland,

The Fertility Partnership (2010) which became the biggest provider of IVF in the UK with additional centres in Poland. In 2010 Enda also established a teaching, research and clinical centre in Shanghai as Joint Venture between Oxford University, Tongji University and his IVF company, Oxford Fertility.  In 2017 Enda initiated the Oxford University Clinic which formed a Joint Venture with The Mayo Clinic.

Paddy McGuinness

OX.DH Founder

Paddy is an advisor to businesses on resilience, cyber defence, the regulatory environment, and geo-political risk. From 2014-2018 he was the United Kingdom’s Deputy National Security Adviser.

Paddy led on the implementation of policies and programs designed to build the UK’s domestic resilience to all hazards and threats. He advised two successive Prime Ministers on UK government policy and decision-making on homeland security issues including national resilience and crisis response, cyber security, counter terrorism, and the UK’s response to action by hostile states and coordinated implementation of those decisions. Prior to this, Paddy was in the Diplomatic Service with leadership roles in the Middle East and Africa, Counter-Terrorism, Counter-Proliferation, and aspects of cyber.

He served in British Embassies in Rome, Cairo, Abu Dhabi and Sana’a. Paddy is an adviser to the Brunswick Group, PoolRe, Glasswall Solutions and C5 Strategy and a Commissioner of the Oxford Commission on Elections and Technology. He is Chair of Trustees at St Joseph’s Hospice in Hackney.

Cristóbal Conde

OX.DH Founder

Cris is an active investor in early-stage companies, mentoring management teams to help them scale.

He received the Queen’s Award for Innovation for contributions to mobile communications and public safety control rooms and thus helping to save lives, with deployments across public agencies including Police, Fire and Ambulance, the MOD Police and RAF Search and Rescue. Named by Institutional Investor as a Top 40 Fintech investor globally, he currently serves as senior advisor to Accel Partners and TGP Capital. Previously Cris spent 24 years at SunGard, over ten years as its CEO, and took the company private in a record-breaking $11bn LBO.

John Kosobucki
Enda McVeigh
Paddy McGuinness
Cristóbal Conde