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  • TrialX

    Our flagship product, TrialX is a web-based platform that empowers patients to find clinical trials that match their health conditions and connect with the trial investigators effortlessly. TrialX is also integrated with PHR platforms such as Microsoft HealthVault, Google Health, and IndivoHealth, thus putting Applied Informatics Inc. on the cutting-edge of developments in this space. TrialX is currently used by over 1,200,000 (source: compete.com, Jan 1, 2013) monthly users.

  • iConnect

    iConnect is a complete 'Do-it-yourself' web recruitment platform that offers all the functionality of TrialX and more. iConnect is designed to help large hospitals/academic medical centers, patient advocacy groups and others to list and market their clinical trials online and track their recruitment goals. iConnect is currently being used by some of the top 10 academic medical centers in the USA.

  • Columbus Semantic Query Engine

    Columbus is a state-of-the-art information engine that uses semantic ontologies for indexing and retrieving health information. Columbus leverages the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) and other biomedical ontologies such as the SNOMED CT to aggregate queries based on semantic hierarchical and class relationships. Columbus powers matching functionality within TrialX and iConnect. The Columbus technology was voted as the winner of the International Semantic Web Challenge in 2009.

  • Call-E

    Call-E allows you to broadcast announcements or send surveys via voice (phone), text messaging (SMS) or email to reach hundreds or millions of recipients

  • CallUsBob

    Make International Group Phone Calls in one click You can use CallUsBob to call a group of friends/family/colleagues anywhere in the world. No Skype or Computer needed. It call everyone on their landline or cellphones.

  • DonateData

    Donatedata is a trusted, secure online platform to enable individuals to find and support research studies by donating their health data.