Live Video Medicine.Maintain Doctor-Patient Relationships.Improve Outcomes. Reduce Costs.

Founded in 2013 by

  • Stefano Migliorisi

  • JanHarmen Witzenburg

  • John Kroon

Incubation period

01-05-2013 to 01-05-2015


About swyMed

We see a day when every doctor and therapist uses swyMed Live Video Medicine to overcome boundaries to care and relationships, whether by physical location or bandwidth. Every patient has the right to care when needed even when hours away from their hospital. Doctors have a right to provide the best care to their patients. This level of access for doctors and patients ultimately makes healthcare more efficient and financially sustaining.

Contact info

    • Kapteynstraat
    • 2201 BB
    • Noordwijk
    • The Netherlands
  • +31858883498

The challenge

Clarify the problem that your products/services tackle, explain your product fields in general, state your targeted industries/markets, give information about your strategy.
The challenges may be different enough in Europe to promote something different, although likely include the new issues of regional hospitals shutting down or becoming specialized, bandwidth and network instability, interoperability issues with other digital healthcare solutions already implemented, and the rampant costs of providing care.

The solution

Explanation of your solutions (product / service provided), description of how it solves identified problems, who do you cooperate with, what did the technical support contribute.
We provide the clinically-focused video medicine software that is used to provide care from the moment a patient enters the medical system till they are released for home monitoring, if needed. This is made possible with partners like MaxLife, enabling the initial care to be at home or an emergency site via mobile clinic cases or video medicine-enabled ambulances, through the hospital system internally, with PACS and EMR integrations, and back out of the system via our own home health set-top box for chronic care, elderly, or distantly remote patients.