See Exactly How Your Study Will Operate When Launched

There's never been more excitement about new techniques and trial designs.  However, the gap between idea and reality is significant. How do you get investigators to think differently?  How do you reduce the ambiguity and risk? How do you convey the advantage to stakeholders and regulators?

Leverage the ProofPilot study design and preview experience to design an innovative study, preview the study exactly as it will deploy to participants, share the experience with stakeholders, and make iterative updates. All within days without any IT involvement.

1. Add each discrete study activity in your protocol by choosing from hundreds of functional elements from a menu. No IT.

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The most basic element of a ProofPilot study is a study task. Choose from hundreds of pre-defined measures, interventions, reimbursements and randomization procedures. Use integrated functionality to create your own. It's unlikely you'll need any IT. Each task takes moments to create.

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Try searching ProofPIlot for predefined measures

2. Tailor each task: Introduce it to participants, adjust language, and define it as participant self service or a study visit.

Be participant-centered, without having to think about it. ProofPilot guides you through creating each task in moments. Add visuals and update language in a what you see is what you get web-based environment.

Update interventions, modify assessments, choose interaction points. Create rewards and reimbursements. Set data formats. Identify who conducts a task and where.

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Setting up a Study Task Cheat Sheet

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3. Tie each task together with activation and expiration criteria so the study runs by itself.

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Beyond defining what each task is and who conducts them, with ProofPilot you can complete sentences to activate the tasks to participants or study professionals based on behavior, previously collected data, time of day and more. Expire tasks after a wait period or specific activity. Adjust and refine as necessary to create the most efficient and effective design.

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Activation and Expiration Criteria Cheat Sheet

4. Assign tasks to arms creating comparative participant experiences

Organize tasks into arms that, along with arm assignment tools like conditional assignment and randomization, allow you to create unique comparative experiences.

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Longitudinal vs Multi-Arm Trials

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5. Preview the Actual Participant Experience

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You can preview your study, and see it just as a participant would from recruitment all the way to the study end. Resize your window to see it across different screen sizes and devices. Check your e-mail and mobile phone to preview all the notifications and reminders. Check your wait times and expiration criteria turn into an experience that makes sense. Ensure study visits are as efficient as they should be. 

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Understanding the ProofPilot Protocol Design Language

6. Review example collected data elements

As you simulate your study with the Preview functionality, ProofPilot collects preview data. Check to make sure data is coming in as you want it. Make adjustments and changes and preview again.

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Data Download

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7. Coming Soon: Export protocol in appropriate formats for external review.

ProofPilot is currently working with key strategic customers at the organizational level to export these documents in a format appropriate for internal stakeholder review, regulatory approval, and human subjects ethics review. This is currently a service oriented feature, but we hope to offer it as part of our standard platform shortly.