SemanticBits specializes in the design and development of digital health services.
We develop cutting-edge solutions to complex problems for commercial, academic, and government organizations. Our Agile software engineering methodology enables development of commercial-quality products at an affordable price.
We have developed digital services that meet the needs of physicians collecting specimens, biobanking staff managing specimens, and researchers seeking specimens for their studies.Learn MoreLearn More
Agile Product Engineering
We follow an Agile development methodology, which emphasizes test driven development, iterative and incremental releases, and user-centered design.
Our Visual Designers and User Researchers incrementally gather information from real people to write User Personas, elaborate User Stories, build wireframes, and design mockups.
We leverage DevOps to implement automation across all aspects of our projects, which allows for automated building, testing (CI), deployment (CD), delivery and monitoring.
SemanticBits-built PRO-CTCAE software is featured in cancer patient research study
SemanticBits Launches Facility-Based Score Preview in the Quality Payment Program
SemanticBits Wins Recompetition Bid of the Alternative Payment Model Management System
SemanticBits has simply been incredible. Starting with knowledgeable and responsive project management to adept and thoughtful programming, they always figure out a solution to challenges, whether technical or logistical… I couldn’t be more satisfied with their work and would highly recommend them.Ethan Basch, MDMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
SemanticBits’ consummate skill set has made them an invaluable partner in a variety of projects. They were able to take on a large share of the “heavy lifting” quickly and efficiently. Their goal-oriented development model and business style make them a pleasure to work with.Robert P. AnnechiaricoDuke Comprehensive Cancer Center
The Oncology Clinical Trials domain is highly complex and lacking in standardization. SemanticBits worked with elaborators and early adopters with skill, flexibility most of all, patience. They drew together often conflicting approaches, unnormalized ontologies, and even clashing personalities to deliver software that was accessible and useful.Bob MorrellWake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
The SemanticBits team has really demonstrated their ability to deliver production quality software very rapidly in the highly complex domain of clinical genomics... In my experience, SemanticBits’ knowledge both in biomedical informatics and software engineering and their agile approach has facilitated robust, informatics application development in both clinical and research environments.Rakesh Nagarajan, MDWashington University at St. Louis