16 Nov TrialX Launches AppBakery at AMIA 2016 – A DIY Researchkit App Platform Allowing Researchers to Build Cross-platform Study Apps without Developers
New York, NY, November 15, 2016. TrialX announces the launch of AppBakery, a DIY platform to bake crossplatform mobile research study apps (http://trialx.com/appbakery) for researchers.
The AppBakery platform allows researchers to design, create and deploy their entire mobile study app for clinical trials or research studies using a web interface without needing to write any code. Researchers can specify any pre-screener, consent, surveys and wearables data to be collected. AppBakery compiles all information and bakes an app ready to be downloaded from Apple and Google stores.
Apple’s open source user interface for mobile clinical trial, Researchkit and Applied Informatics’ android library Researchdroid along with TrialX’s HIPAA compliant platform allows a rapid creation and launch of clinical study applications compatible with iOS and Android in accordance with their budget. Depending on the level of complexity of an app, UI etc, time for coding and development can be a decisive factor in a research study. “With AppBakery, before even you write your grants you can do a pilot study. It will save time and cost”, said Dr. Sharib Khan, Co-founder and CEO, TrialX.
In addition to the new app, AppBakery users will have the advantage of their research study being made searchable on TrialX’s clinical trial finder Dory as well as being discussed on it’s online talk show, CureTalks.
AppBakery was showcased at AMIA 2016 conference in Chicago (Nov 13-15). Users can register at www.trialx.com/appbakery to get early access.
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