By developing an iOS app using ResearchKit, for the first time, researchers can efficiently recruit a large number of geographically different study participants to carry out clinical studies. Developers within CDC’s Informatics Innovation Unit (IIU) created a prototype ResearchKit app to examine its capabilities and potential application to public health.
The tech community is debating the question of whether to use a responsive website or a native mobile app.
The answer is, “it depends.” Before deciding, ask who the user is and what do they want to do? Once you know, the information below can help you determine which technology to use.
WISQARS (Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System) is an interactive database that provides customized reports of injury-related data. The WISQARS Mobile App allows for sharing injury-related information on a tablet. The app dynamically-displays selected leading causes of injury death data using maps and charts of national and state-level death counts and rates. The app also enhances the user-friendliness of WISQARS and ready access to injury-related death data.