Clinical Trials

Next Generation Survey Skip Patterns

August 6, 2018

ProofPilot task activation and expiration criteria creates complex user flows. Trigger study tasks based on previously collected data, behavior, arm assignment … The results of this complex logic show up on your study flow page. Now this same feature is available for questions within surveys. Many people now this feature as “survey skip patterns.” But, these…

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Gay Pride Q&A with Direct to Patient Trials Conference Producer Trevor Sosvielle

June 26, 2018

This Q&A is cross-posted with the CBINet blog. It’s Gay Pride Month and events across the world celebrate wins and bring attention to issues that still need attention. The community still struggles with health disparities and the HIV epidemic. CBI Conference Producer, Trevor Sosvielle, sat down with Matthew Amsden, CEO of ProofPilot to chat about…

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Simulate and Train on In-Person Clinical Trial Experiences

June 25, 2018

A large majority of studies on ProofPilot include in person interactions. ProofPilot includes special ‘Conduct’ functionality to recruit and invite participants into studies. Now, you can preview and simulate in-person experiences. Studies that are not yet live are available to study collaborators in the conduct portion of the ProofPilot app. Collaborators may invite other collaborators…

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Simulate Innovative Protocol Designs with “Preview”

October 25, 2017

There never been more interest in innovative research study designs. These new protocol ideas, in areas ranging from pharmaceutical clinical trials to folk medicine evaluations, have the opportunity to identify new breakthroughs with high efficiency and low cost. They open opportunities for new kinds of data to be collected in real-world environments, while improving protocol…

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ProofPilot Eliminates the Fear of a Failed Trial in Digital Health

January 16, 2017

With new tools like ProofPilot, trials are no longer a “you’ve got one shot” deal. Replicate, test with new populations, and continually improve solutions that improve outcomes. When we talk “trials”, we think pharmaceuticals and medical devices. The FDA requires these studies to ensure drugs and devices are safe and effective. But trials are useful…

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What the 21st Century Cures Act means for digital health & innovation

January 6, 2017

After three years in the making, President Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act into law in mid-December. The pharmaceutical industry and some patient advocacy groups herald the legislation for reducing the layers of bureaucracy through which drugs must pass in order to be approved. It enables drugs to get to market faster. More funding,…

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ProofPilot Announces Automatic IRB and Regulatory Review

December 13, 2016

There are many of us from all walks of life who want to run studies ourselves — and we should be able to. The internet has democratized investing, journalism, and video, so it is time the same thing happened in the world of research. However, heavy bureaucratic roadblocks make research almost impossible outside of large research settings.…

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How ProofPilot Uses Micro-Interactions To Make Designing A Research Study Easy And Visual

November 17, 2016

ProofPilot’s visual protocol design language makes it as easy to design and launch a research study as it is to manage a blog. ProofPilot’s purpose is to make it as easy to design a research protocol and launch a study as it is to write a blog post. That means being able design a study easily,…

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Introducing Research Study Templates

November 16, 2016

Everyone has questions about what works to improve our health, our relationships, and our society. But, very few of us are career researchers. We don’t necessarily have the perfect scientifically valid study ready to put into design and launch. Even those of us with a little research experience — any time savings designing a study is much…

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Can Innovation In Research Technology Give Biden’s ‘Cancer Moonshot’ A Fighting Chance?

November 14, 2016

In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson funded the Lewis and Clark expedition. Two months after the expedition ended, Jefferson gave the first report of their findings. More than 200 years later, the distance Lewis and Clark covered in that two-year odyssey takes just a couple of hours; communications with people “in the field,” anywhere in the…

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