We enable wearable health
Byteflies is on a mission to make virtual care available to all. Our Care@Home solutions leverage the power of remote patient monitoring and real-world data to generate actionable insights for healthcare providers and patients. Together, we can make health care more accessible, personalized, and preventive.
Byteflies Care@Home ー Your Hospital at Home
Care@Home solutions generate smart and actionable medical insights. Consisting of comfortable and easy-to-use wearable Sensor Dots, adaptive dashboards that integrate with your hospital workflow, reports with actionable insights, and logistical services so you only have to think about what’s important, your patient’s health.
Patient-Centric & Outcome Driven
Care@Home solutions are built with love and purpose. We are driven by the impact we can have on quality of life and delivery of first-class health care in an equitable and patient-centric manner.
ISO 13485 & FDA 21 CFR Part 820 compliant
CE marked MDR 2017/745 and/or FDA 510(k) cleared
GDPR 2016/679 and HIPAA compliant
Following ISO 27001 industry standards
The Byteflies Platform
Care@Home solutions are powered by the state-of-the-art Byteflies platform. Accurate, secure, safe, user-friendly, powerful, scalable, and agile are some of the principles our engineers uphold when meticulously designing each component. Our wearables and software are certified medical devices, and our cloud infrastructure, algorithms and apps are designed with patient confidentiality, interoperability and data governance in mind.
The ability to accurately count seizures is important to provide the best care for each individual with epilepsy. Together with UCB Pharma, Byteflies has been paving the way to more accurate seizure counting outside the hospital. EpiCare@Home provides a powerful and unobtrusive remote seizure monitoring device and neurologist dashboard.
CovidCare@Home demonstrates the power of Byteflies Care@Home. In just three months, 30 Belgian hospitals were enrolled and we worked with RIZIV/INAMI to secure reimbursement. By December 2021, more than 1000 patients had been successfully sent home with CovidCare@Home, accounting for more than 22,500 remote measurements.