Kestrel can be deployed within 48 hours and is designed to work with the growing array of data capture devices and methods; mobile apps, wearables, kiosks, BLE devices, monitors. Kestrel is powering research studies at the University of Michigan and Michigan Medicine, with much faster setup times, maximizing the impact of grant money, and accelerating their ability to secure more grants.
We discovered a persistent problem while working with researchers and clinicians at the University of Michigan and Michigan Medicine. Each new study required an exhaustive, time-consuming process to set up a secure, HIPAA-compliant data environment. On average, set-up can take up to 90 days and requires the researcher to invest time and energy into IT issues. So we developed Kestrel, a turn-key data environment that can be deployed in 48 hours.
Researchers were also frustrated by the challenges of easily incorporating some of the new data collecting devices into their studies; smartphone apps, wearable devices like smartwatches, BLE devices, and kiosks. Kestrel was designed to easily link to any data source the researcher would like to use, freeing them to collect participant data in more creative and inventive ways.
The MAIN app helps hepatology clinic patients understand the risks of alcohol use and get personalized alcohol addiction treatment recommendations based on their personal preferences, lifestyle, and budgetary constraints.
A powerful and intuitive iOS and Android mobile application to allow clinicians to lower risk, drop the rate of readmission, educate patients, shape positive behavior, and guide physicians on topics to address at follow-up appointments based on patient survey responses.
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