All of Us is a new research program from the National Institutes of Health. Our goal is simple—to speed up health research and medical breakthroughs. To do this, we’re building a community of one million people across the United States.
You can use this app to enroll in the All of Us Research Program and share your health information for research.
If you join the All of Us Research Program, you will:
Register your account
Review the consent
Agree to share your electronic health records (with optional selections for Apple's HealthKit and Clinical Health Records)
Update your health and lifestyle information from time to time
You also may be asked to provide physical measurements and blood and urine samples at an All of Us partner center. You might be invited to take part in other studies.
Your information will go into a large research database. Scientists can use the database to conduct studies. What they learn could improve health for generations to come.
All of Us is committed to protecting your privacy. We use the most advanced security systems available to keep data safe.
How Your Data Will Be Used
The data you share will inform thousands of medical studies. It could help pave the way toward a future of care that’s based on each individual. For example, research may help develop:
Better tests to see if people are sick or are at risk of getting sick
Better mobile apps to encourage healthy habits
Better medicine or information about how much of a medicine is right for each person
You will be able to see your All of Us Research Program information and learn about research studies that use data from the program.
To join, you must be 18 years of age or older and live in the United States.
The All of Us Research Program is led by the National Institutes of Health. The program’s partners include medical centers, research institutions, and community organizations across the country.
The future of health begins with you.
Thank you for participating in the All of Us Research Program. We continuously update our app to offer you the best experience as the program grows. This release includes updates and maintenance to support current and future program capabilities. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments.
Ratings and Reviews
Works only some of the time and you can’t clear the iOS notification indicator apparently.
I too can only get the app to load the majority of the time. It usually takes multiple hard killing/closing the app and then reopening to get your stuff to load.
I was notified this week that my DNA info was available. After going through each DNA section and doing my submissions I cannot clear the iOS notification indicator on the app. I’ve read all my messages/notifications within the app and have no other activities to complete. No matter what I do I cannot clear the flag - only turning notifications off seem to clear it. There should be a way to delete the messages within the app without having to turn off notifications entirely.
App and program issues
Unfortunately both the app and the program have issues. The app is still not completely syncing with HealthKit. The notifications I get in the app are not all the same as I get by email. As others have said, why are there two apps? More information on DNA results would be good. It has been 6 months and only some results are there (others who sent I after me have gotten more data). Link from within the app don’t always work. I signed up to link an external provider. Two weeks later I am still getting a still syncing message. And why is there such a limited number of providers you can link to? Why number major labs and drug stores? And the biggie that makes me question the program.
I got major web site issues (links not working, cryptic messages, etc) when attempting to sign up for local blood work. I have sent emails to help/support twice in the last three weeks and still waiting for a response. I tried online chat and it was obviously they knew nothing about the program.
I REALLY like the idea of the project. I have participated in several research programs that are very time consuming and feel we all owe to help out research when we can. But some of these issues make me question this program and their commitment to follow through on the project.
It does sync to HealthKit these days
So in early 2021 at least, the app will sync your HealthKit data up to the AllOfUs program. This is handy as HealthKit can act as the hub for my fitness data from Apple or Garmin or Withings and send that information up to the program. I was able to get this app to sign in and apparently send my data whereas at present, the other AllOfUs app (the white one) won’t log in. I feel the other app looked to have better features and layout but if it doesn’t work, then I believe this blue one is automatically the winner. If it is forwarding the health data and sends me messages when the program wants more information then I think it largely covers the bases.
I am taking a star off though as it needs locking functionality. If someone is using the phone they can just hit the app and it gives full access to your account. I’d like to see the app have a pin/biometric unlock as you’d find with other health apps.
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