Oxehealth/Oxevision and use of video monitoring in mental health wards

Tom Frost made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to North East London NHS Foundation Trust Automatic anti-spam measures are in place for this older request. Please let us know if a further response is expected or if you are having trouble responding.

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Dear North East London NHS Foundation Trust,

Please can you provide the following information:

1. Figures of the annual cost paid to OxeHealth for annual licensing, use and maintenance of Oxevision equipment
2. Figures relating to the initial instillation costs of Oxevision equipment
3. Any additional documents (such as contracts, financial and business plans) relating to the finances of Oxevision equipment

Yours faithfully,

Tom Frost

Information Governance, North East London NHS Foundation Trust

Dear Tom

Our Reference: FOI3018

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request on the 2nd August.

Please find below our response:

1. Figures of the annual cost paid to OxeHealth for annual licensing, use and maintenance of Oxevision equipment

The Trust’s annual spend is £350,000

2. Figures relating to the initial installation costs of Oxevision equipment

£61,750

3. Any additional documents (such as contracts, financial and business plans) relating to the finances of Oxevision equipment

The Trust has reviewed this part of your request and will be applying Section 43(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

We can confirm that the Trust does hold the information you have requested, however this information is being withheld under the following exemption of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): - Section 43 (2).

Commercial interests. Section 43(2) protects information which would be likely to, prejudice the commercial interests of any person or company (including the public authority holding it). In applying Section 43 we believe that the disclosure of this information would unfairly disadvantage their commercial interests when competing for future public sector and private sector contracts. Furthermore we do not consider it to be in the public interest that the Trust’s commercial interests are prejudiced when procuring future software solutions from private sector organisations.

Kind regards

Information Governance Team
North East London NHS Foundation Trust

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