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    Clayr is an app developed at PennApps 2014 to take medical lab test results and make them comprehensible for the average person. I created the ap… Read More
    Clayr is an app developed at PennApps 2014 to take medical lab test results and make them comprehensible for the average person. I created the app UI and branding, the interface between our backend Azure server and our OCR API, and I liased with medical school mentors about relevant lab results and approaches. The code can be found at: https://github.com/misingnoglic/clayr-backend and https://github.com/ColdSauce/Clayr Read Less
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a project at PennApps Health 2014f
lab tests are hilariously confusing to patients
lets make them not
doc, we can automate that
 
our app allows you to scan in a lab test, runs serverside OCR analysis and extracts specific results from the test, which are presented in a clear, contextual, and beautiful UI
right to left:  from test, to OCR text, to JSON
This was a moonshot project for everyone on the team, and given more time there's a few more features we would want.
 
For example, a lot of hospitals and doctors are moving to digital formats such as Blue Button +, and we would want a way to integrate that data into the app. We would also want a way to consolidate the different environments into one single interface (on web, android, and iOS).
 
People who are more involved in their health are bound to live more healthy lives, and we're hoping this app helps stimulate this involvement with a low barrier entry into understanding your own body and self.
 
Credits:
Chen: Design, Hosting, Android App, OCR, medical liaison, being a superhero in general
Arya: Django/Python backend, OCR/ABBYY, Challengepost
Stefan: Android App
Josh: iOS