Oxford Health has unveiled its own digital health platform, powered by the health-tech startup Oxitec, to help women access more affordable health care and better health outcomes.
Oxford Health is partnering with health app startup Health.ai to bring a range of new services to its platform, including health information, education and collaboration.
Oxbridge Health said it would be creating an app that would be integrated with Oxford Health’s online health system.
The company said it had built its own “personalised and personalized health information management platform” for women to help them stay healthy.
Oxbow Health, an app-based health information platform, was launched by Oxford Health in November 2017.
OxBow Health has been backed by investors including Andreessen Horowitz and Accel Partners.
Ox Bow Health, which was launched in 2017, is owned by the Oxford University Health Alliance and is the largest private health service provider in the UK.
Ox bow Health, funded by the UK’s health and social care budgets, aims to provide “fast and affordable access to quality and affordable health services”, according to its website.
It aims to offer access to services such as primary health care, GP surgeries, prescription medicines, specialist dental care, mental health services, and mental health rehabilitation.
The Oxford Health platform is based on the Oxford Health Health Platform, which is an open-source toolkit that was created in partnership with Oxford University and Oxbow Health.
Oxbows Health also aims to connect women with health professionals and provide “a new platform for sharing, collaborating and sharing information on healthcare”.
Oxbow has been working on the platform since February 2017.
“Oxbow’s vision is to deliver a world-class service to women through a platform that provides access to information and a platform for communication,” said Clare Bremner, Oxford Health founder and CEO.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Oxford and Health.AI to help shape the health future of women.”
Oxbow is the first health service to launch its own app platform, according to Oxford Health, and is targeting the emerging needs of women across the UK, from early stage pregnancy to the development of new types of medication.
Oxshire, the largest UK provider of maternity services, launched its own online health platform called Baby.
Oxs.ai in March 2017.
Oxshire is partnering up with Oxford to develop an online health app.
OxSai, an all-in-one platform designed for pregnant women and their newborns, aims “to help women achieve and maintain their health goals in a safe, efficient and sustainable manner”, according its website and app.
The platform was launched on May 4, 2017, and aims to improve the health of women and children by providing a place for mothers and their babies to share, learn and connect.
Oxsey Health, a London-based NHS NHS-funded health services provider, is also planning to launch an online platform for pregnant and breastfeeding women and the baby in 2018.
A spokesman for Oxsey said: “We want to build a platform to enable women to access the latest health information on a range, real-time, affordable, and accessible levels.
We are committed to delivering women’s access to affordable and reliable health care in a way that ensures access for all.”
Oxsey is working with Oxford on the project.
The partnership aims to create a “powerful platform for the delivery of NHS services”, he added.
Oxham’s Oxford Health will be based in the north-east of England, where Oxford is based.
The project comes amid concerns about the cost of the NHS’s primary care workforce and the impact on access to care.