The MAG has curated a variety of tools available specifically to guide Duke researchers and clinicians.
In our box folder you can find:
Apple HealthKit documentation
Development and planning resources
Talking to an app developer question guide
Custom app Epic data pull options
Epic App Orchard documentation
Duke's FHIR resources in production
Medable training manual
Scales and Measurement Tools for Digital Health
Services and Partners for the Duke Community
The Global Digital Health Science Center aims to bring together experts from industry, policy, and science, to answer critical questions related to behavioral digital health science and to advocate for increased access to effective digital health interventions for the medically vulnerable populations, at home and abroad.
The Duke Institute for Health Innovation (DIHI) promotes innovation in health and health care through funding and supporting high-impact innovation pilots and houses the Rapid App Prototyping service, which is run by Duke students.
In September 2017, the Margolis Center brought together a group of experts from across the mHealth and healthcare ecosystem to identify the steps needed to advance the use of patient-facing mHealth data to support the evaluation of medical products.
Through their partnerships with faculty, industry, entrepreneurs and investors, Duke OLV ensures that Duke innovations reach the marketplace for the benefit of society and to enable future investment in Duke research and innovation. They offer free consultation services.
Duke Office of Clinical Research provides electronic consent for research studies through the use of REDCap.
You can use eConsent to conduct and record consent for remote participants, or for participants in clinic on tablets or other touchscreen devices. Participants will be able to sign the consent form electronically with a stylus, mouse, or finger and submit it to the study team. Once the consent form is submitted, the participant will receive an email that includes a PDF attachment with a copy of their signed consent form.
Need a place to build and test your mobile app or medical device? The lab offers a 14,000 square-foot state of the art laboratory, classroom and simulated clinical space that’s sits on the health system’s IT network.
The myRESEARCHhome portal, funded by Duke's CTSA, puts relevant applications, resources, and information specific to you and your projects at your fingertips. Your portal's content is personalized based on your researcher profile, showing you content you want and need to see, saving you time and effort.
Curated, relevant advice and content
Duke is proud to partner with Medable, which is a DIY app development tool to create direct-to-patient research apps, deployable on Apple and Android phones. Curious if Medable is a fit for you? Check out their technical information.