The Biomedical Research Informatics Computing System (BRICS) was recently named as the Best Overall Federal Health IT (FHIT) winner at the Digital Health Xchange & Innovation event. Computing systems (and the organizations who manage, create, and maintain them) were honored for their achievements in the areas of data management and research computing systems at the local ceremony. RyOne Incorporated is one of a select group of contractors that develops and supports the NIH's BRICS project.
In addition, BRICS was one of three finalists for the Federal Health IT (FHIT) Innovation award for the Interoperability category. The system was used to develop the Federal Interagency Traumatic Brain Injury Research (FITBIR), Parkinson's Disease Biomarker Data Management Resource (PDBP DMR), and a few other smaller projects. Thus, RyOne has contributed greatly to the overall success of these projects at governmental organizations that will benefit from the sophistication of BRICS.