Medgadget had a chance to speak with Paul Glimcher, CEO of one of the semifinalists, Data Cubed, developers of the ResQ mobile app. Data Cubed is a life sciences technology company that began as an academic partnership with New York University. The company’s digital health tools highlight the potential for video game technology to achieve high levels of patient engagement leading to better clinical outcomes.
Data Cubed is one of five finalists in the Robert Wood Johnson Opioid Challenge, whose winners will be announced in September. In the ResQ app, a user moves an avatar through a city.
Data Cubed, a life sciences tech company, has come out with an app called Resilience IQ (or ResQ) that leverages video game technology to help prevent relapse in individuals recovering from opioid addiction.
Fighting the opioid crisis with social support. Digital health startup Data Cubed was named a semi-finalist in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Opioid Challenge for its platform, called the Resilience IQ app.
Prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Foundation “Opioid Challenge” Selects Brooklyn Health Tech Start Up that harnesses Gamified Design for Patient Engagement
Data Cubed (D3) offers the next-generation of mHealth data capture, unlocking the power of clinical trials through real-world evidence. Their cross-platform app and unique hardware solutions allow them to gather a customizable selection of mobile phenomic (social, behavioral, and environmental) data points from instruments—integrating various portable and in-home technologies, customizing patient reported outcomes (ePROs), and implementing eDiaries. In the end, D3’s low-cost solutions yield more actionable data, better insights, and smarter decisions.