Brussels Members

Here you can find the list of companies that will participate at the first Health 2.0 Chapter Brussels. 
If you have an interest to become part of the community let us know and maybe you can showcase your demo during the next event!
Our new members:


Marjore aims to create awareness about a life with diabetes in a fun and interactive way. To give the patient a tool to inform and educate their environment about their own disease. In order to create awareness on diabetes it’s important to cooperate with both partners & customers. The partners and customers can provide us insights on their needs and this way Marjore can provide the best services. Marjore considers every single person with whom it cooperates as a customer. Marjore aims to work client centered by having fixed processes but as well give everybody the possibility to decide within the organization.

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Yagram is a young mobile health startup that develops health and well-being apps. Our goal is to help individuals become responsible managers of their own health, with a focus on improving therapeutic success through increased treatment adherence. We also provide powerful tools to help care providers explore the full potential of mobile health. In collaboration with the Saint Pierre University Hospital in Brussels Yagram is currently conducting a pilot project named « Indetect’app » with the aim of developing a prototype for a mobile health solution for HIV positive adolescents.

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Zebra Academy

Zebra Academy is a medical expert startup company which aims to create patient centric innovation, starting from the clinical environment.  We strive for healthier patients  and more productive treatments by scaling our care solutions. Our first product is a solution for acute stroke care, through pre-hospital telemedicine.

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SMARTLINK Labs is working on infomed, an electronic patient health record which not only gives emergency responders easy access to critical medical information but also is a powerful platform for patient engagement and integrated care. In this pitch we will highlight a mobile medication adherence app, as a companion to the infomed platform.


mVitalTOOL is a tool for the general practitioner (as appointed by the patient) to evaluate and validate mobile health parameter recordings before secure storage, preferentially along an existing EHR, centralised at a national level.




Our other members:











Cubigo is a web-based platform to help people age successfully in their own environment, providing a hub for care, community interaction and commerce / services. It consists of a cloud-based communication and integration platform with an easy to use UI and smart data analytics.



VR4 SMILE is a set of applications addressing procedural pain and distress for children and dedicated to nurses. It’s including serious games (2D and 3D with augmented reality) and an E-learning solution.




EAP (Learn Exchange Act Prevent) project: A leap towards bridging the knowledge-gap by spreading independent and quality information to increase disease-prevention and self-management of health



LindaCare makes telemonitoring chronic heart failure patients easy. The value proposition is a unified and vendor independent dashboard, enabling the specialized nurses to follow up on patients with implanted devices such as pace-makers and defibrillators, from a range of different manufacturers each with their own proprietary telemonitoring solution and portal. Alerts coming from all devices are sorted and shown on one comprehensive dashboard and patient follow up functions is provided in the same tool. This solution significantly simplifies the workflow for the nurse, resulting in significant time savings and efficiency, and higher quality of patient care.









FeasyMotion is a spin-off project of ULB & VUB. FeasyMotion is a complete pioneering platform for rehabilitation based on gamification & an unrivaled database system. Patients perform motivating and adapted mini-games while the therapist collects and analyzes clinically relevant data. These outstanding results were developed during the research project ICT4Rehab by clinicians and researchers from four academic labs from Brussels during the last three years.











Imagilys develops and sells neuroimaging and neurostimulation systems. One asset differentiatesus from most of our competitors: we focus exclusively on the brain, whereas other companies sell generic whole-body workstations. BrainMagix, our neuroimaging software, is the result of 12 years of research and development. We help our customers, throughout the world, to diagnose and cure patients with severe neurological, neurosurgical, and psychiatric diseases. We help pharmaceutical companies and CROs to use the most advanced biomarkers for the discovery of promising drugs. We collaborate with experts at Harvard Medical School and Johns Hopkins University. In addition, we benefit from the continuous support of the Brussels-Capital Region. Finally, we train neuroradiologists, physicians, engineers, and physicists several times a year on the most advanced neuroimaging techniques in the framework of our Advanced Clinical Neuroimaging Courses.
































Esperity provides a cancer crowdsourcing platform, aiming at reducing social isolation of cancer patients and collecting patient reported outcome (PRO) data. By providing a multilingual social ecosystem for cancer patients, collected data increases our understanding on medication adherence, drug interactions and quality of life. Furthermore, Esperity is the first platform allowing patients to report their biomarkers.





Radiomatix offers hospitals flexible on-demand Teleradiology  through a group of more than 250 radiologists, enabling 24/7 high quality  subspecialized readings of all exams to cover occasional or permanent need.  




Dok dok

At DokDok we are building a compass for navigating the healthcare system. Today, finding one’s way in the healthcare system is hard, because as patients we’re on the sore end of massive information asymmetries. Put simply, as patients we lack information about the costs and quality of the services that we buy and rely on for our lives and well-being. In the internet era we expect better. DokDok will aggregate information from public sources (e.g. Hospital Quality Indicators, government surveys & data) and will gather user-generated data (e.g. ratings, patient feedback) to build, in a first phase, Belgium’s primary reference for navigating the healthcare system.