Clinicians waste a huge amount of time using legacy systems where data is siloed and often needs copying from one place to another. With a 100% cloud first integrated IT system, this wasted time is won back empowering clinicians to spend more time with patients. This leads to improved care and better outcomes; with clinicians and couples considerably more at ease.
Legacy systems and many off the shelf platforms are even less fit for purpose in a post COVID world. The result is that many clinics rely on paper, insecure work arounds and rekeying data all of which increase the risk of erroneous data entry and data breaches.
Compliance is key to the Assisted Reproduction process, yet most IT systems aren’t set up to integrate with the regulatory bodies and compliance becomes yet another point of friction for clinics. Uniquely developed with leading clinicians in the sector, OX. Assisted Reproduction utilises open standards to securely connect and synchronise with the regulatory bodies now, and in future.
Patients and clinicians have become to simple interfaces like Netflix and Amazon yet they are presented with archaic, shaky looking legacy systems when it comes to Assisted Reproduction. OX.DH leaned on our founders experience in the sector to produce a high end, secure system that echoes the sophistication modern facilities demand.
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.