NIH Library
The NIH Library is an open stacks biomedical research library, whose collection and services are developed to support the programs of the National Institutes of Health and selected U.S. Department of Health and Human Services agencies. The NIH Library provides access to over 10,000 electronic journals, 16,000 e-books, and over 170 databases. The NIH Library came to WebFirst with a need to re-design and re-develop the website and to make it accessible via mobile responsive design.
WebFirst created the NIH National Institutes of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s (NINDS) ICARE website. Working with ICARE, WebFirst created a searchable data repository containing research and grant information relating to epilepsy studies.
See how WebFirst is building a searchable database of AlzHeimer's related research, gathering published and unpublished preclinical research. This data will be crowdsourced – the research community will be asked to contributed to the database.
See how the the WebFirst team is updating the overall “look and feel” of the MEPS website to better align it with current AHRQ branding and style guidelines. Usability improvements are also being made to key functional areas such as data queries.
Learn more about the various data collection system developed for the CMS - including Medication Therapy Management (MTM) and Outbound Enrollment and Verification (OEV) programs.
Jhpiego’s SBM-R Data Management Tool collects and measures performance assessment data from many countries such as: Angola, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Malawi, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Sudan, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
WebFirst’s work with TIMS involved a top-to-bottom revamping of requirements and prototyping for a completely new system.. Via our proven, standard requirements process, WebFirst involved multiple stakeholders, including Jhpiego management, Jhpiego Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) staff, Global Training, and country officers in Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopia and India.
WebFirst has worked with Jhpiego to analyze requirements and create a prototype for the TIMS system - storing health worker trainer attributes such as: skills, qualifications, facility, courses taken, courses taught and competencies achieved
WebFirst designed the Benchmarks site using custom Wordpress modules and developed an archive page for past newsletters. WebFirst also configured the system to allow for rapid uploads of media and links to social media (Flickr, RSS, Twitter, YouTube).
The Health Impact Assessment Clearinghouse Learning and Information Center (HIA-CLIC) project is conducted by researchers at the UCLA School of Public Health (UCLA-SPH).
JHU Bloomberg
WebFirst developed a system using open source technologies that will serve as a central repository for all vaccine trial activities at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Contract with NIH

WebFirst has been awarded an Blanket Purchase Agreement to provide information technology services to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This vehicle provides our clients with easy and efficient access to WebFirst's services. Our contract number is: HHSN26300900029B.

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