Consortiums - Vibrent

Advancing health research with collaborative consortiums

We are experts at forming and participating in research consortiums to pool together resources and gain efficiencies.

NIH All of Us Research Program
NIH RADx
RADAR-CNS
COVIDsmart

NIH All of Us Research Program Consortium

“All of Us” is one of history’s largest longitudinal research programs, with an aim of partnering with one million or more people living in the United States diverse in age, race and ethnicity, health status, educational attainment, income, digital literacy and access to gather information.

The program is a partnership between NIH and a national network of academic institutions, health care organizations, community partners, and others.

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Participant Technologies Systems Center Multi-Year Award

“Achieving this award marks another important milestone for our company as we continue unlocking the power of personal health data. We are honored to work alongside NIH to build a best-in-class technology center and transform how digital health solutions can be used to bring innovation to global health research.”

PRADUMAN JAINVibrent’s Founder and CEO

Vibrent is Participant Technologies Center for
All of Us

Vibrent provides the technology backbone for both participants and study staff in a nationwide network of over 150 Health Provider Organization partners.

Privacy Preserving Technologies

We protect All of Us Research Program participant data to the highest levels of standards and requirements through a best-in-class multi-layer cyber secure cloud infrastructure.

Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADxSM) Consortium

The rapid worldwide spread and impact of COVID-19 has created a need for accurate, reliable, and readily accessible testing on a massive scale. Returning safely to normal life depends on our ability to streamline and speed up the testing process.

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“Now is the time for that unmatched American ingenuity to bring the best and most innovative technologies forward to make testing for COVID-19 widely available.”

FRANCIS S. COLLINS, MD, PHDNIH Director

In response to this “call to arms” from the NIH, Vibrent has innovated a 21st Century Bio Surveillance, Pandemic Monitoring and Response System for the U.S. Public Health – Screening, Testing and Tracing Powered by Artificial Intelligence

Vibrent Leading the Way

Vibrent leads a consortium of government, industry and academia to validate a one-of-a-kind AI-powered digital health solution for screening, testing and tracing to control the spread of infectious diseases.

  • Close collaboration with the NIH

  • “Looks like I may be at high risk because of multiple factors.”

  • Screening

  • Industry collaboration with Quidel, a diagnostic healthcare manufacturer

  • Validated with African American communities

Reconstructing the US Public Health Infrastructure with
a Comprehensive, Integrated Data-Driven Solution

“Looks like I may be at high risk because of multiple factors.”

Screening

Artificial intelligence screening algorithm on mobile and web apps determine risk level

“That was fast. The test kit arrived. I’m going to quarantine.”

At-Home Testing

Kits are automatically sent if you score high

“Hi. You’re a close contact of someone with COVID.”

Contact Tracing

Workflow automation prioritizes groups in a queue for increased efficiency

Containing the spread
using data.

Data-Driven Decisions

Real time dashboards – local, state, and federal

RADAR-CNS Digital Health Consortium

RADAR-CNS aims to improve people’s quality of life and change how depression, epilepsy and MS are managed and treated. Data from mobile devices can give a full picture of a person’s condition at a level of detail which was previously impossible. This offers the potential to detect changes in behavior, sleep, or mood before the individual themselves is aware of it. This could help them to predict – or even avoid – a relapse.

RADAR-CNS brings together over 150 clinicians, researchers, engineers, computer scientists and bioinformaticians from all over the world. It includes 22 organizations from across Europe and the US.

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“We are excited to be at the forefront of digital health research with RADAR-CNS as we endeavor to learn and understand more about health using smartphones and wearables to potentially transform how chronic disorders are treated. The technology we are honing for these types of programs offers great promise in helping researchers, health care practitioners and participants better understand and improve the delivery of care and improve the quality of life for patients.”

MARK BEGALEVibrent’s Director of Strategic Partnerships

“The Vibrent Health team has been a core part of the software design and Agile development process, providing great experience and resourceful solutions in the development of the RADAR-base platform. Vibrent Health provides a unique value to RADAR-base with its expertise in architecting large-scale health research systems. We look forward to continuing our partnership to build a truly extensible ecosystem for health data collection.”

AMOS FOLARIN, MDAbout the COVIDsmart study

Vibrent Health Joins Europe’s RADAR-CNS Program to Develop Scalable Analytics Platform for Health Wearables

Technology developed in conjunction with Vibrent Health will use wearables, smartphones and large-scale data mining and streaming data systems to study depression, multiple sclerosis, and epilepsy.

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COVIDsmart Consortium

The COVIDsmart consortium’s mission is to help individuals, communities and researchers better understand the impacts of COVID-19 including effects on their health, lifestyle, and experiences. Vibrent’s Digital Health Solutions Platform will play major role in a broad reaching, nationwide long-hauler COVID-19 research through privacy-protecting data collection encompassing physical health, mental well-being, social and economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on society.

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About the COVIDsmart study

  • Protecting those most at risk and advancing equity

    Unique focus on diverse populations to gain better understanding of current and long-term effects of COVID-19 through the use of novel digital health tools and automated workflows.

  • State and local level data with key health system

    Partnership with the Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) and Sentara Healthcare Analytics and Delivery Science Institute (HADSI) to recruit and retain patients.

  • Participant-centric approach

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Our COVIDsmart Partners

We’re a multidisciplinary team of researchers, clinicians, engineers, designers, advocates, and volunteers like you, united by our desire to accelerate health innovation.

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