Building the participant interface for All of Us and keeping users connected - Vibrent
In the News | August 22, 2018

Building the participant interface for All of Us and keeping users connected

When the National Institutes of Health launched open enrollment for the All of Us Research Program in May, an ecosystem of partners joined the festivities. Among them, Vibrent Health, which won the Participant Technology Systems Center award, versioning its Learning Health System to guide over one million participants through the process of recruitment, enrollment, engagement, and return of health information.

The list of partners is long, including Mayo Clinic, Partners HealthCare, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, UC San Francisco, Northwestern University, Henry Ford Health System, University of Southern California, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the University of Miami, the University of Alabama, Columbia University, Cherokee Health Systems, Veterans Health Administration, the University of Michigan, Broad Institute, Walgreens, WebMD, Quest Diagnostics, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Scripps Translational Science Institute and Sage Bionetworks. Each group is responsible for some component of the All of Us program, with most receiving five-year awards.

“Our responsibility is to design, develop, conceptualize, build, operate, monitor anything that is participant-facing,” Vibrent Health CEO and Founder Praduman Jain explains. “As participants move through the journey from information to pre-enrollment to enrollment and now they’ve created an account, all of that is happening through a Vibrent-created platform.”

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