LabKey to Provide Back End Data Storage and Analysis Portal for ResearchKit- and ResearchStack-based Apps
We are very excited to share that LabKey was recently selected to deliver a HIPAA and FISMA compliant data storage environment to support the collection of patient-provided data through a set of mobile device applications being developed by Boston Technology Corporation.
LabKey Server will serve as a centralized repository for data collected via the ResearchKit- and ResearchStack-based mobile applications and will integrate this data with related clinical information. The platform will also provide a portal for clinical partners to access and explore integrated data, conduct analysis, and share information with collaborators, using LabKey Server’s robust role-based permissions model and advanced security features to ensure HIPAA- and FISMA-compliant treatment of protected data.
The LabKey team is excited about this new project and the functionality it will bring to the LabKey Server platform, paving the way for future integrations with mobile research applications. This project will introduce the use of the LabKey Server platform as an enterprise-level back end service for applications developed with ResearchKit® and ResearchStack, and will allow us to offer this powerful technology to cutting-edge researchers who require rapid integration of patient-reported data with clinical data.
About Boston Technology Corporation
Boston Technology Corporation (BTC), a Boston-based digital health technology services company, provides mobile and web solution development for secure patient experience and engagement, medical and clinical research and IoT Human Interface applications. Please visit their case studies page for more information on applications developed by BTC for provider organizations, biotech and medical device companies, and major universities.
ResearchStack is an SDK and UX framework for building research study apps on Android. It is designed from the ground up to meet the requirements of most scientific research, including capturing participant consent, extensible input tasks, and the security and privacy needs necessary for IRB approval.