Validating mobile app interventions through online research studies
Faster time to market with less clinician and administration hours
From data collection and anonymization to processing and visualisation
Easy to use technologies with minimal developer input required
Data collected, analysed and visualised for real-time review
Flexible & Scalable
Efficient API, ready to integrate with your service model
MAGE (aka MEGA MEDS)
Code-named ‘MAGE’ (that’s Medicines Adherence Gamification Experience to all you acronym lovers out there!), this is our medicines tracking game/app for mobile and tablet devices.
The app engages users with their medicines schedule. It creates a safe environment for documenting how they interact with their medicines and aggregates this with mood snapshots and Fitbit data regarding activity, sleep and heart rate. This data is sent in real-time to our web platform, where it is processed and visualised. This can then be reviewed by the patient’s clinician at their regular appointments.
The game experience engages users and enables them to log information about their medicines including non-adherence and reasoning. It gently nudges users to adhere to their prescribed medicines schedule through game experiences, rewards and competing with their peer-group.
MAGE Clincal Trial
MAGE is currently undergoing a randomized control trial (RCT) with an NHS Health Trust in Northern Ireland (United Kingdom).
BitRun uses your Fitbit® activity data to create a personalized ‘running’ game. Each day, the level you play is unique and personal to you, based on your previous day’s activity. You can also play without an activity tracker.
The more active you are, the more collectables you will find and the less obstacles you will have to dodge. Being active in real life means more interactive gameplay and high scores, more importantly, a place on the BitRun leaderboard.
OutPeek simplifies the process of mobile health app validation. It significantly reduces the time and money required to test the efficacy and adoption of an intervention.
Born through AppAttic’s own experience of trailing a mHealth intervention through randomised control trial (RCT), the OutPeek solution fits easily into any iOS, Android and web-based application. It is easy to configure with minimal developer input required and collects data to validate whether the intervention is effective and adopted by the end users. This data is collected, anonymised, stored securely and then visualised for review.
OutPeek is an all-in-one, end-to-end solution for low-risk mHealth validation. It has gained support from Innovate UK and is currently in private beta.
AppAttic have significant experience creating innovative tech solutions for complex problem domains, especially within connected health.
We create mobile health interventions that collect clinical data and aim to evoke prolonged behaviour change. More recently, our focus has been on creating technology to simplify clinical trials of mobile apps to validate their efficacy and user-adoption.
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Meet The Team
Exploring gamification, motivation and engagement with health and wellness
Dr Rachel Gawley
CEO and Co-Founder
Mobile technology specialist focusing on simplifying complex technical processes to create innovative software solutions. Research background in connected health and software architecture.
COO and Co-Founder
Product development expert focusing on taking technical research from initial concept through prototype to commercial launch. Manages AppAttic clinical trial operations and logistics.
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Former CEO of Microsoft Ventures and current Managing Partner of Whitespace VC, Andy is chair of the board of advisors to AppAttic. Andy directs key technical partnerships, business strategy and investment.
CS graduate from Queen’s University, Richard has an extensive software engineering and game design background participating regularly in global game jams.
Dr Gary Field, MD
General Practitioner for over 15 years. Keen interest in how technology can be utilised as an intervention to improve patient care and encourage better self-management.
Dr Herman Chan
Specialising in data collection, validation and data analytics. Research and development background in mHealth and gamification.
With 35 years software development experience, Mark has developed the top-rated apps in the Microsoft store and is an expect in commercial mobile app development.
Founder & Former Global Managing Director of Corporate Venturing at Cisco Systems, Tom provides AppAttic with strategic business and product advice
Tech startup cofounder and Technical Evangelist for Microsof Corp, David worked with Rachel for several years and continues to provide AppAttic with creativity advice.
Investigate . Validate . Deploy
Validating efficacy and long-term engagement of mHealth products as healthcare interventions
Using real game mechanics and game experiences to engage people with their health
Investigating how to create sustained behaviour change for positive health outcomes
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