EpiCare@Home will be present at AES

Making a difference for patients and medical professionals sits at the core of what we do in Byteflies and is best achieved in a collaborative setting. We’ve been working with several innovative neurologists to confirm the clinical utility of remote patient monitoring for people living with epilepsy.

We are proud to announce that we can present our groundbreaking findings at the 2022 AES Annual Meeting in Nashville.
Our abstract “EpiCare@Home: a novel tool for neurologists to enable virtual care for people living with epilepsy” was accepted.

We showcase the potential importance and clinical utility of remote patient monitoring in epilepsy care. The >75% positive clinical impact indicates EpiCare@Home can deliver actionable medical insights based on real-world data that supports more informed and timely decisions to improve the delivery of care for those affected by epilepsy.

Thank you Cindy Cottyn, Annelies Terwecoren, Guy Fonteyn, Adinda De Pauw, Chantal Depondt, Jean Delbecq, Riem El Tahry, Susana Ferrao-Santos, Sarah Weckhuysen, Benjamin De Ridder, and Helene Verhelst for the fruitful collaboration.