Building a Mobile App for Real-Time Diagnostic Results Reporting in Developing Countries

Project Type
Mobile App
React native




SystemOne provides a software platform that is currently used in 45+ countries, across 1,500+ labs and Point-of-Care instruments. SystemOne makes the evaluation, selection, and implementation process simpler for Device Makers, Ministries of Health, Implementing Partners, Donors, and Global Governance Bodies. The company wanted an Android app designed to report diagnostic lab results back to clinicians and confirm patient links to treatment. Aspect Reporter delivers test results immediately from lab to clinic, extending the reach of laboratory diagnostic testing to the point-of-care reducing the time from weeks to minutes. The Gnar company partnered with SystemOne to build the Aspect Reporter mobile app.

Mobile App

The Gnar Company built the SystemOne Aspect Reporter app with React Native to be used on phones and tablets. The app offers bank-level security and privacy of lab results while making them all available in the clinician’s hand. Additionally, the app allows for customized workflows so health-care workers can report on follow-up, acknowledge receipt, confirm patient treatment, and more. SystemOne Aspect Reporter offers a simple user interface based on actual in-country workflows, in addition to features designed specifically for infrastructure-challenged areas. These include: Ability to download results for a specified period for easy access and search; Offline mode that connects and downloads new results when in wifi range; Fully secure transmission and user access controls; Access to data from many centralized labs if needed; and, Ability to confirm patients are on treatment.

Transition to Internal Technology Team

The Gnar Company collaborated with a number of SystemOne team members during the project and transitioned the app to SystemOne engineers once the app build was complete.


Gnar integrated the mobile app with SystemOne’s Aspect web application for sign-in, access to patient diagnostic data, and treatment workflows.