Explore SEAL Apps

Drug Reaction Diagnostic Assistant

Assess the presence of medication reactions by visualizing patient medications and relevant laboratory results. 

Opioid MME Estimation

Clinicians can use this app to review the total morphine equivalent dose of administered opioid narcotics over time to more safely titrate opioids. 

AREDS Severity Score

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of blindness in our elderly population. This app visualizes a patient's 5-year risk of progression to advanced AMD.

Stroke Risk Prediction

Calculates the CHA2DS2-Vasc score to assess annual risk of stroke and thromboembolism in patients with atrial fibrillation.

Pulmonary Embolism Risk Stratification

Calculates the pre-test probability of pulmonary embolism using the Well’s criteria. 

Coming Soon

True Image

Fuzzy or dim photos can result in delay of care, so SEAL, in partnership with Stanford Catalyst, has developed a patient facing responsive web app that offers immediate feedback on photo quality, then sends the selected photos to the care team's inbasket in Epic.


Healthcare providers are experiencing more burnout than ever before, in large part due to time spent in EHRs. A problem oriented summary will save time in chart review, resulting in more time available to interact with the patient.

Antimicrobials Review

Clinicians can use this app to review administered antimicrobials and relevant clinical data such as laboratory values, microbiology cultures, and recent invasive procedures in order to more easily evaluate the source and appropriate treatment for serious infections. 


Ophthalmic chart review requires correlating eye exam data with various medical and procedural interventions. This app charts all relevant clinical information in the same timeline for rapid and accurate clinical assessment.

Fast Fax

All incoming faxes currently wind up in one queue, which has a 2 day backlog. The new system will move faxes recognized as urgent to a new ‘urgent’ queue, so they can be responded to more quickly. This will reduce delay of care for these patients.