Your research is vitally important. If successful, you could improve understanding and outcomes for people with conditions around the world.
You need to work smart, because the stakes are high, and universities and government departments are simply not offering research grants to projects that aren't underpinned by technology.
You know you need to evolve in order to attract more funding and scale your project, but resources are a challenge and you don't know where to start.
Bespoke software, including data capture and analysis and reporting, often forms an important element of this technology helping you to realise funding opportunities.
What if you could work alongside knowledgeable and experienced experts to design software that complemented your research, saved time and made it more efficient?
What if there was a simple way to easily collect global data, consolidate it in one central location and analyse it to create a better process or system?
What if you could integrate technology that enabled real-time data capture and encryption preserving your data and ensuring security and privacy for your participants?
That's where BioMedical comes in. Whatever your research aims, we'll integrate with your team to figure out what you actually need, and work with you to make it happen.
BioMedical are a team of consultative software experts with a proven track record of helping to facilitate medical research studies, including work on a global scale. We are experienced in pharmacovigilance and adverse effects and have been able to complement numerous vital projects with the right software and technology to facilitate their research.
As part of our work in this area we have developed an app to help nurses in remote parts of the world diagnose birth defects, using technology to report and analysing the symptoms.
BioMedical's bespoke software development service will deliver the technological support you need. Perhaps you require digitised data collation, standardised online and paper forms, or need reporting tools made available centrally and locally? Whatever it is, we can support you to achieve it.
1. Initial discussionFirst, we’ll take the time to discuss and understand your ideas and challenges so that you can receive some honest, experienced advice and understand how we can help you develop your idea.
2. Outline strategyNext, we’ll work together to outline requirements and build a strategy, with flexibility built in to ensure that new ideas can be integrated as we progress.
3. Main developmentThen, we’ll enter the main development phase, during which you’ll be kept in the loop at all times, so you can review the solution and make necessary changes at every stage.
4. Testing & releaseFinally, once we’ve finished, the solution will be rigorously tested and we’ll support your transition to market, ensuring you can be totally confident when you roll out your product.
5. The futureBioMedical will ensure you feel supported, heard and understood by experienced professionals who speak your language, and take every challenge in their stride, ensuring you’re happy at each stage of development and implementation.
BioMedical will ensure you feel supported, heard and understood by experienced professionals who speak your language, and take every challenge in their stride, prioritising the reliability, accuracy and security of your data at all times.
Our commitment to you, when you work with BioMedical is that you'll have the skills and experience on hand to give your medical research project the best possible chance of success and saving valuable time where it matters most.
So, if you're ready to develop the bespoke tech solution that enables you to improve the lives of people with conditions, we're ready to help you make a difference.
"We would recommend BioMedical to any business looking for a project-specific database and website development. Our solution for a pan-European data collection project with registries of congenital anomalies works well. The team is very good at bespoke coding and quick to respond if there are issues."
Prof Joan Morris
University of London, Horizon 2020 Eurolinkcat project