ResearchKit is an open source framework introduced by Apple that allows researchers and developers to create powerful apps for medical research. http://researchkit.org/ This article describes all Active Tasks available for developers and researchers in ResearchKit. List of available active tasks Fitness Gait and balance Hand dexterity ...

Communication between patients and research study staff can be challenging if both parties have different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Specialized applications can potentially alleviate these problems and significantly contribute to an effective, improved care process when foreign language app users are involved. Being able to...

We participated and exhibited in three conferences this year - DIA, DPharm and AMIA. An awesome experience as always, our featured product this year was  a no code DIY research study app making platform – called Appbakery. We also spoke about the enhanced features on iConnect – our clinical...

The ResearchKit™ framework includes a number of predefined tasks called Active Tasks. Active tasks invite users to perform activities under partially controlled conditions while iPhone sensors are used to collect data. For example, an active task for analyzing gait and balance might ask the user...