WHAT WE DO
R & D
We utilize scientific theory and evidence-informed practices throughout our entire work.
We implement our technologies to ensure program success.
Data and Analytics
We gather data and use cutting-edge analytical tools to capture user behaviors and trends.
WORK YOUR COLLEAGUES ARE DOING
Padres Preparados, Jovenes Saludables (Prepared Parents, Healthy Youth) is a blended program that teaches Latino immigrant fathers family skills to help their youth with obesity prevention. The app is available in iTunes and also Google Play. The program is also available through a custom website, https://padressaludables.com/about. The research for this innovative blended approach has been presented in 2019 at the American Public Health Association and also the National Council on Family Relations.
The Padres Preparados Jovenes Saludables project has led to another opportunity to leverage this mHealth technology platform to assist the University of Maryland Extension's Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) with the design and development of a mobile health app to increase the program's reach into the Latino community in Baltimore, Maryland. The app is currently available for free download in iTunes and Google Play.
The UMD Extension iOS and Android app has food preparation videos, exercise videos, quizzes for the in-person program visits, a poll, and other helpful EFNEP information. The content inside the app will teach participants about basic food groups, nutritious food choices, ideas for meal preparation, food safety and storage practices, smart snacking, physical activity toward the goal of improving diet for a healthier lifestyle for individuals and families.
The Padres Preparados, Jovenes Saludables program was built on the shoulders of previous research. One of those programs is called Padres Informados, Jovenes Preparados. This mHealth app assists with Latino youth tobacco and substance use by strengthening parent-youth relationships. The app is available for free download in iTunes and Google Play.
For the University of Maryland's School of Public Health, we designed, developed, and implemented a custom intranet to house many important resources that facilitate easy dissemination of information to a wide audience of key stakeholders. See it at https://in.sph.umd.edu.
To help address COVID-19, the University of Minnesota's School of Nursing is implementing an iOS and Android app to widely distribute Omaha System Guidlines COVID-19 Response interventions to health care systems globally. Since 1975, the Omaha System has provided standardized health care terminology based on a problem classification scheme, intervention scheme, and a problem rating scale for outcomes. Currently, approximately 22,000 health care practitioners, educators, and researchers use Omaha System guidelines. The free app download is available in iTunes and also Google Play. Learn more at https://app.omahasystemguidelines.org.
The free Omaha System Guidelines App is available in iTunes and Google Play and provides Evidence Based Practice care plans in a standardized coded format that are used by clinicians globally. These standards are in alignment with the World Health Organization definition of guidelines. Learn more by watching the video here.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
A Uniquely Innovative Product
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand you may need to convert your existing in-person programs and services to an online format to facilitate participant engagement. Our innovative apps and websites help make this happen. Have a project? Let's talk.
Implementation and Support Services
You have lots on your plate. We understand this reality, which is why we can help you implement your new app and provide technical support to ensure your stake holders feel confident with your new app platform.
Powerful and Quality Code
Following Agile methodology, we prioritize quality working code that is deployed rapidly. This development framework empowers us to publish your apps and products quickly and efficiently while ensuring they exceed your expectations.
Friendly and Supportive Collaborators
We respect and value the important work you are doing in the community. We strive to cultivate friendly and supportive collaborations and believe these positive relationships provide unique opportunities for professional interaction.