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RexStudy: Improved Scalability with Facebook’s React Platform

RexStudy 2.x and 3.x saw increases in the number of users and complexity of datasets being generated. In response to this, our Engineers have leveraged the React platform to completely redesign the RexStudy framework. React is an open-source JavaScript library [...]

RexStudy: Completely Redesigned Visit and To-Do Generation

We’ve been busy working behind the scenes of RexStudy to improve the usability design of a complex, but valuable tool for study managers—automatic visit and to-do generation. Until now, visits and to-dos were automatically generated for a participant as soon [...]

RexStudy: Increased Staff Management with Archiving

We are excited to announce the inclusion of an archive user function in RexStudy. Research teams are often fluid, with members joining, leaving, and re-joining regularly throughout the term of a study. When a team member departs, care needs to [...]

RexStudy: Save Time by Using “Preview Calculations” During Data Entry

Consistent and accurate scoring of assessments—especially ones with complex branching logic and lookup tables—is critical to maintaining the highest level of data quality. But what’s even more helpful is being able to preview calculations, such as summary scores, while you [...]

RexStudy: A More Robust (and Sensible) Way to Track Study Changes and Versioning

Let’s face it, change happens. A lot. Regardless of how much effort we spend pouring over preliminary results, writing protocols in excruciating detail, or testing and re-testing our surveys, we know that change during our study is inevitable. And that’s [...]

Introducing “Clone Requirements” for Even Faster Study Configuration

There are many instances when the same or similar set of requirements exists across several groups of participants (e.g., “obtain consent”, “complete medical history”), and/or multiple time-points (e.g., “draw blood”), as in a longitudinal study. Rather than define sets of [...]

RexStudy: Researchers Provided More Control and Flexibility With Latest UI Enhancements

Version 4.15 of RexStudy introduces a significantly redesigned user interface that focuses on providing the user with a lot more control. With the guidance of our fantastic Design Control team, we’ve phased out the lengthy sidebar menu in favor of [...]

Bolstered by $250K NIH Grant, Prometheus Research Announces Novel EDC Interoperability Standard, Accelerates Biomedical and Behavioral Research

Prometheus Research has been awarded over $250,000 from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to transform the way electronic data capture (EDC) forms are configured, integrated, and shared for biomedical and behavioral health research. The grant, part of NIH's Small [...]

Oct 2015|Press Releases|

Prometheus Research Announces $1M in Expanded Funding From Public and Private Sectors, Sees Broader Applications for Their Integrated Registry Platform

Prometheus Research announced today they have received nearly $1M in additional support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and health-focused private philanthropies for their work developing open-source integrated registry software and related clinical research informatics data standards. Building on [...]

May 2015|Press Releases|

American Optometric Association, Prometheus Research to Create Transformative Health Outcomes Registry

Prometheus Research announced today that it has been chosen by the American Optometric Association (AOA) to build a state-of-the-art registry aimed at enhancing care delivery and outcomes for the millions of patients treated by AOA members each year. AOA’s Measures [...]

May 2015|Press Releases|