AlayaCare is a start-up that delivers an end-to-end home health care software platform and hardware ecosystem. The platform allows home care agencies to deliver mixed telehealth/visiting health solutions enabling empowered patients to live better while driving down the cost of care. The founders are a proven team of entrepreneurs who have founded, scaled, and sold two mobile software business. AlayaCare aims to provide a solution to a market mired in legacy software and suboptimal business processes. In doing so, it delivers better outcomes for the patient, better tools for the providers, and better economics for the payers. It promotes an open culture where every team member has the obligation to dissent, but the obligation to always keep the big picture in mind. Through its association with The Madiro Fund, the company also contributes its solution free of charge to NGOs working in the developing world who are seeking to leverage mobile technology to improve the lives of those less fortunate. Adrian Schauer and Neil Grunberg launched the company in Montréal, Quebec in 2014.Something looks off?