We craft software

that frees our clients to do what they do best: advance cutting-edge technology, improve lives, and effect social change.

SciMed can build HIPAA-compliant patient data management systems tailored to meet your needs. Our EKG management system is now used by over 500 hospitals.

SciMed can build research platforms to capture your data, manage your protocols, analyze your results, and reinvigorate your workflows. The research systems we have built have been used to manage, store, and analyze hundreds of millions of DNA sequences, bacteria, fungi, antibodies, adjuvants, cells, and more.

SciMed can build data management, workflow, and analysis systems for higher education. Our faculty management and grant automation tools are used by world-renowned universities to capture and track their data and help obtain new funding for research and training.

SciMed can build web-based applications and mobile apps to streamline business processes and engage with customers. Our systems for various industries have managed inventory, billing, logistics, communication, HR, project management, and more.

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Innovative software empowering the world's leading minds.

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The SciMed Advantage

Years of software development experience in science, medicine, higher education, and business

Customer-focused, responsive, and collaborative teams

A proven success record solving problems

Knowledge and insight translating customer needs into software products

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Triangle business journal

SciMed is proud to be a 2015 Life Sciences Award winner! This award from the Triangle Business Journal recognizes ground-breaking work in biotechnology, genomics, neuroscience, and other fields.


SciMed's president, Adam Stasio, gave a talk at this year's Data4Decisions conference in Raleigh, NC (March 24-26). His talk was entitled "Big Data: Benefits and Pitfalls, and How to Capitalize on Them".

Living wage

SciMed became a founding member of the Durham Living Wage Project.