The mHealth Server

Inspired by mobile apps like MyHeart Counts, many Stanford faculty are now building apps of their own. In addition to creating an app, a server platform is typically needed to collect the app's data. In response to the need for this server platform, Stanford Medicine has created a HIPAA-compliant platform to support research applications built on smartphones. This resource, designed and built in collaboration with IRT, Research IT and the MyHeart Counts team, is available for faculty who want to do research involving mobile devices.

The mobile health server is designed to be a scalable, multi-tenant platform with APIs for registering participants and saving data.

For more information, ask Research IT.

Mobile Apps and REDCap

Mobile apps can also be built to use the REDCap persistence API. Get in touch with us if you are interested in this approach to collecting data from mobile devices.

Overview of mHealth Solutions at Stanford

Presented by RIT team at Stanford Center for Digital Health Seminar (Oct 2017)

Learn more about digital health resources at Stanford

The Center for Digital Health is a School of Medicine community resource that provides resources and opportunities to further collaboration and advancement of digital health by enabling the community, connecting external opportunities, and leading strategic initiatives.