Public health researchers select Integrity to lead web app development project
Integrity just kicked off another health research-based custom web application development project with the Washington University School of Medicine. We're excited to be expanding our role in helping one of the nation's top research institutions discover new ways to improve our lives and world.
We'll be working with researchers from the Division of Public Health Sciences, a division dedicated to preventing disease, promoting population health and improving health care through research, education and community outreach.
Integrity will provide technology services for the division's new research initiative, which seeks to explore how people react to their disease risk assessment results when they are displayed in various ways.
The study's researchers selected Integrity as their technology partner because of our extensive experience within the healthcare industry and our expertise in modern web application development.
Our team will build a mobile-optimized experience that health recruiters will present to study participants. Participants will take a disease risk assessment and receive their results in one of two randomized formats. Half the participants will see their disease risk displayed in simple text, while the other half will see their risk profile represented visually. Researchers will then analyze participant reaction to and comprehension of the results in each format.
"This project is a dream opportunity for our team," said Integrity Partner and Chief Creative Officer Ed Morrissey. "We're combining cutting-edge technologies like React.js, Node.js and Amazon Web Services hosting with research that seeks to improve our understanding of human health and disease. We're taking our passion for all things tech and using it to make the world a better place."
Our work with the Public Health Sciences Division is not the first – nor will it be the last! – of our projects with Washington University, who named Integrity a preferred web vendor last summer.
Keep an eye out for more on this research initiative, and more on the amazing partnership between Integrity and Washington University!
Let us funnel our passion into your organization's custom web application development project! Drop us a line today.
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