WebMD’s pregnancy app gets a research component to it with a huge update and integration with Scripps.
Researchers from Penn Medicine have launched a new ResearchKit app for sarcoidosis that will build a digital cohort of patients with this rare disease.
The latest version of MyHeart Counts features a coaching module that will test different aspects of the ResearchKit app’s design to maximize impact.
ProofPilot has launched a new set of tools to help researchers rapidly create and manage randomized controlled trials using study templates.
This week, Stanford’s MyHeart Counts Cardiovascular Health Study published initial findings from their ResearchKit-based study.
Stanford has launched another ResearchKit medical app, called VasTrac, for patients with peripheral artery disease.
PoopMD analyzes babies’ stool for signs of biliary atresia. And now it includes ResearchKit to help understand how parents are using it.
Medable’s Axon will enable clinicians & researchers to build their own ResearchKit apps without writing a single line of code.
The VADable app is a ResearchKit study from USC’s Keck School of Medicine for patients with LVADs or other ventricular assist devices.
Boston Children’s hospital has released a hepatitis C Researchkit study called the C Tracker app.
A medical app that is part of a prostate cancer research study.
With more connected biomedical devices coming online, more vulnerabilities exist for hacking.