We provide you a suite of tools to build your digital health experience from the ground up, from the app itself to storing collected data in the cloud.
Version 2.0.0 now released!
CardinalKit is an iOS framework for digital health innovators and institutions designed to accelerate rapid prototyping of digital health applications by reducing costs by as much as 75% (~$150,000) and timelines by 12 months.
+ Simple configuration and setup for accelerated development.
+ Informed consent process and survey generation using ResearchKit.
+ Track day-to-day adherence with CareKit.
+ Monitor health data with HealthKit.
+ Collect movement data using CoreMotion.
+ Automatic data collection and upload to the cloud using Firebase.
+ HIPAA-compliant authentication methods, from Sign in with Apple to passwordless login.
CardinalKit is an extensible, open-source, and scalable platform built for and by developers, physicians, and researchers.
+ Extensible: CardinalKit gives your project access to several recognized medical surveys, Bluetooth-wearable integration, and limitless data collection
+ Open Source: CardinalKit is entirely available on Github and is maintained by a diverse community of medical researchers and developers.
+ Scalable: CardinalKit utilizes several Google Cloud services that can directly hook into your organization's IT infrastructure for seamless data collection.Research Team Interest Form
We can teach you to build your own CardinalKit app.
Throughout the year, we offer workshops and build-a-thons to help you learn CardinalKit fluently, as well as its underlying technologies, like HealthKit, ResearchKit, and Google Cloud.
If you need assistance at any other time, we offer Office Hours as well, where you can get 1-on-1 help on your app.
CardinalKit is entirely open source which means that anyone can contribute to its production. We're always looking for developers to build out features that can expand CardinalKit's capabilities and make it easier to build large scale research applications.
Even if you're new to open source and/or Github, feel free to reach out and we'll get you started!
Passive activity monitoring for early prediction of outcomes from surgery for Peripheral Artery Disease.
Tracking physiological data and physical activity using Apple Watches and location data using Bluetooth beacons to generate new knowledge regarding aspects of the built environment that promote both environmental sustainability and occupant wellbeing.
CardinalKit is an initiative housed in the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign. Our team is composed of medical professionals, academic researchers, and students.
The initial work on CardinalKit was inspired by a course taught at Stanford titled "CS 342/MED 253: Building for Digital Health" in the fall of 2019.
If you're interested in having a CardinalKit workshop at your event, please reach out!