Medable Launches Synapse

Medable’s next generation disease management solution seeks to significantly improve health outcomes through provider and patient directed apps that track and trend patient health in real-time   PALO ALTO, JUNE 9— Medable Inc.–the leading app and analytics platform for healthcare–today announced the release of Synapse, the first cloud solution to enable Apple’s new CareKit Bridge Continued

Medable in the News

Medable has been getting a lot of media attention:  new technology, thought leadership, partnership deals.  Read more about what we’ve been up to.

Axon is a new health care solution that works with Apple’s ResearchKit

“Medable, an application and analytics platform for health care, has announced Axon, a solution that enables health professionals to directly build clinical study applications without a developer in a matter of hours. It works with Apple’s ResearchKit. In 2015 Apple announced ResearchKit, an open source user interface for mobile clinical studies. The company announced several large Continued

Now you don’t even need a developer to run a Mobile First Clinical Trial

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Medable launches Axon, enabling researchers to build ResearchKit apps without developers

Today we’re please to announce the release of AXON, a SmartStudy system that enables researchers to create and deploy ResearchKit app for clinical trials or research studies on their own, without having to work with a developer. “Once ReasearchKit came out, we immediately saw a huge opportunity to better understand any research study, especially if we had Continued

Can a Healthcare App Seal of Approval Foster Innovation?

Written by Michelle Longmire, MD, CEO of Medable “In an effort to protect consumers, Apple has released guidelines for its health apps.  In developer guidelines released this summer, it dictates:  “If your app behaves in a way that risks physical harm, we may reject it.” Apple’s stance on health app safety will be regarded as Continued

USC Cardiology Dept launches Ventricular Assist Device ResearchKit app, VADable

“USC Keck School of Medicine’s Cardiology department has launched a ResearchKit study app for patients that use Ventricular Assist Devices(VAD) called VADable. The most common VAD is the left ventricular assistance device (LVAD), a device that we Emergency Medicine physicians who work at large academic centers know all too well due to the care required Continued