Our clients enable us to do what we love. They are our partners in helping improve the health of people around the world. We work tirelessly to understand their challenges and meet their needs.
We are fortunate to work with world-class research institutions who rely on mdlogix to improve their processes and accelerate their research endeavors.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has deployed the mdlogix Clinical Research Management System (CRMS) for integrated clinical studies and trials management. mdlogix is assisting the School of Medicine in electronically deploying its clinical research processes, resulting in automating and integrating these processes in the full research life cycle.
The Kennedy Krieger Institute (KKI) turned to mdlogix to implement the Interactive Autism Network, a shared resource to centralize registration of families and individuals with autism and connect them with researchers throughout the country.
The Case Report Forms module of the mdlogix CRMS is being used to improve in patient care through centralized health screening data collection in the emergency department.
mdlogix is currently developing two projects: a Research Billing System to improve billing accuracy, and a Bone Marrow Transplant Patient Management System (BMT PMS) to help manage and track the progress of patients throughout the bone marrow transplant process and to serve as a centralized place for data related to BMT patients.
The Autism Genetic Resource Exchange (AGRE) is using mdlogix for the Online System for Clinical Research (OSCR). OSCR is an online autism registry and research tool that allows AGRE researchers to administer electronic questionnaires to participants. By using the OSCR system, researchers are streamlining the data collection process and remaining closely connected to their participants between home visits. Read more on how AGRE is accelerating Autism Research using CRMS.
mdlogix was chosen by the Maine Institute for Human Genetics and Health to support the Maine Tissue Repository and BioGeoBank. The Maine Tissue Reposity and BioGeoBank will utilize mdlogix's Clinical Research Management System (CRMS) to collect data and provide a system in which investigators can query for biospecimen using GIS tools. Read more on how MIHGH is improving Cancer Research using CRMS
This grant-funded project was designed to reduce the rate of attrition in basic training and duty due to psychiatric diagnoses by developing improved screening tools for potential military recruits.
mdlogix developed a lightweight web-based interface for a centralized database of blood donors that allows blood centers to determine and manage donor eligibility, maintain donor medication and travel history, and provide support for blood center staff training and risk assessment workflows.
"We are very pleased with our decision to work with mdlogix. They have proven to be more than just a vendor; they are our research partners."
Ian W. Flinn. M.D., Ph.D. Program Director of Sarah Cannon Blood and Marrow Transplant Center Tennessee Oncology