• App Gallery

    App Gallery

    Check out our growing gallery of SMART apps, including Pediatric Growth Chart, winner of a 2013 Red Dot Design Award.

  • Interoperability

    Interoperability

    Learn about SMART's data interoperability initiatives and resources, including our C-CDA work and SMART on FHIR®.

  • For Developers

    For Developers

    Visit our developers documentation site for everything you need to start writing apps.

As an informatics researcher, one of the key challenges I face is scalability. We often design and evaluate an innovative new tool at a single hospital, show that it works, and write a paper. But the road to widespread use is challenging, as we then have to re-engineer it over and over again for every EHR—if they even have a platform we can develop on. SMART is the solution. It lets us write an app once and run it in anywhere that SMART is supported. This is exactly what we need!

Adam Wright, Senior Scientist, Brigham and Women's Hospital

What you have already created [with the Blood Pressure Centiles app] is definitely a quantum leap forward compared to where we are now.

Dr. Justin Zachariah, Pediatric Cardiologist, Boston Children's Hospital

Imagine all the energy we could harness if our most talented engineers wrote modular EHRs instead of “Angry Birds.”

SMART Platforms is the interface between healthcare data and innovation. The goal of SMART is audacious and can be expressed concisely: an innovative app developer can write an app once, and expect that it will run anywhere in the health care system. Further, that app should be readily substitutable for another.

Kenneth D. Mandl, MD, MPH, Co-Director, SMART; Director, Intelligent Health Laboratory, Boston Children’s Hospital; Informatics Program at Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology

The SMART Platform lets Polyglot and other innovators deploy their solutions much more broadly and quickly than would otherwise be the case.

R.J. Sims Preston, CEO, Polyglot Systems

Innovation = Applied Creativity + Social Engineering

Zak Kohane, Co-Director, SMART; Director, Children’s Hospital Informatics Program, Boston Children’s Hospital; Lawrence J. Henderson Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School

I was amazed at the clarity and simplicity of the cholesterol lab print out. The graphical description gets the message across to patients in a way that is better than I could even describe it in person. I would love to be able to use this for my patients.

Dr. Aaron Gray, Family Physician & Sports Medicine Specialist, University of Missouri
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