What few people know is that the initial spark of LynxCare started with Sharon Feder and Dr. Michael Victoroff, the mother of a patient and a doctor who helped her gain insights in her son’s complex medical history.
Over many years Michael and Sharon helped patients building “patient summaries”, a manually curated overview of the patient’s medical history to provide transparency to all healthcare providers involved.
Georges De Feu and Dries Hens, co-founders of LynxCare, committed to help build software that would automate that process and would help doctors gain insight in scattered, complex, medical data to accelerate patient paths to cure.
Today, LynxCare is a fast-growing Belgian scale-up company, employing 50 people and is accelerating research at the leading Health Systems across Europe and North America.
To help people that are in a similar situation as Sharon was, Sharon and Michael have started the SFMV initiative Supported by LynxCare, the initiative helps children with complex conditions to aggregate their medical history. This enables their care teams to make better medical decisions.