Kingston Hospital NHS FT selects OX.DH to support Assisted Conception Unit 

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Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has partnered with cloud-native technology specialist OX.DH to introduce its Assisted Reproduction ( solution and healthcare platform.   

OX.DH, a fast growing health tech start-up linked to the University of Oxford, will introduce at Kingston Hospital to support patient centric individualised care. The OX.DH suite uses Microsoft infrastructure, providing patients and clinicians with a secure, modern and intuitive experience that optimises the fertility pathway with digitised workflows.  

The introduction of as a solution for reproductive healthcare recognises and embraces the pathway as one that involves multiple participants and clinicians, requiring more people to be involved in consultations, treatment and consent. will drive integration, transform pathways, and simplify access to services for patients.  

The solution will play a central role in supporting the trust’s strategy to ‘deliver outstanding care putting the patient first’ by empowering patients to take greater control over their own health, and by enabling shared decision-making. Patients can fill out necessary documentation online, manage their own appointments and access their results through the patient portal, ensuring that they remain central to the process, and well-informed at each stage of treatment.  

The partnership will also deliver improved cyber security and reduce operational risks, supporting the trust in making best use of their existing investments and intellectual capital. With security paramount for healthcare data, is built on Microsoft Azure with open APIs, which is secure by design and secure by default.    

OX.DH founder and CEO John Kosobucki said: “We are delighted to welcome Kingston Hospital NHS FT into our innovative community, and to play our role in enhancing the entire fertility pathway.  The programme, along with our solutions, will accelerate digital transformation to support the best experience for patients and clinicians.”  

OX.DH chief operating officer Emma Stratful added: “We’re really proud to help people on their journey, and also to support healthcare teams in delivering their services through easy-to-use simple technology that makes a difference; the result being engaged and informed patients, with superior clinical outcomes.”  

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