Open-Source Framework for Digital Health Solutions
Learn about teams that are working with CardinalKit to create modern, interoperable clinical and research solutions that advance the state of digital health, then visit our developer community to get started with your own CardinalKit project!
Stanford students and faculty create a mobile app to help understand and treat pain
CHOIRMobile is a CardinalKit-based application that takes a novel approach to tracking chronic pain, by combining passively collected biometric data from wearable devices with validated pain assessments delivered periodically via a mobile app.
Digital solution for patients with cerebral palsy
Our BUDI team used CardinalKit to create an Apple Watch sensor-based interactive mobility program that helps patients with cerebral palsy perform therapy exercises anywhere while obtaining live biofeedback.
Slocum Center for Orthopedics Launches iPhone Gait Study using CardinalKit
Congratulations to the Slocum Foundation on launching their newest study: "Can iPhone gait metrics be used to benchmark functional recovery after ankle fracture?" built upon our open-source CardinalKit Framework.
LifeSpace Launches on the App Store
LifeSpace is a mobile health research study built with the CardinalKit framework that investigates the effects of the environment on health using a novel metric - the "life-space" - a map of how people move and where they spend their time. LifeSpace has officially launched on the Apple App Store and is available to study participants.
Oliver Aalami, M.D.
Vishnu Ravi, M.D.
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