Digital Health

ProofPilot Air Traffic Control Release: Additional Rule Triggers

October 30, 2018

Yes, sometimes we struggle a bit to find airline industry lingo to name our product releases. This wasn’t one of those times. Like an automated air traffic controller, the ProofPilot rules engine makes sure that every study task arrives and expires at the right time under the right conditions. New and Updated Rule Trigger Options The…

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The ProofPilot Video Intro Series

October 30, 2018

At ProofPilot, our goal is to make it as easy to design and launch a clinical trial, evaluation or other kinds of human subjects research study as it is to manage a blog post. Self-service is a big part of that. So, armed with Camtasia Studio and Wistia, we’ve released the first three videos in…

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ProofPilot in Different Languages

August 14, 2018

Desktop Localization in Hindi Different cultures, behaviors and environments can have a big impact on health outcomes. Research participants come from all walks of life. They speak different languages. ProofPilot wants to support all of them as they participate in clinical trials and health outcome studies. We’ve teased it for a while on our twitter feed.…

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ProofPilot Embraer ERJ-145 Release: Supporting Quick Turn Around Tasks

August 7, 2018

The glamorous glory days of the airline industry inspired the ProofPilot brand. And while air travel today is hardly a glamorous experience, we still sometimes take the air travel references into our operations. For example, we often name our functionality releases on different aircraft types and air industry activities. Recently, we’ve had a number of…

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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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More ProofPilot Guidance and Resources

June 22, 2018

Those of us who started ProofPilot share very different backgrounds. But they share a similarity. We left research firms, academia, and service organizations because they were slow. Technology, the media, and consumers move quickly. We wanted to be able to respond with research tools fast enough to make the most of what was available. The…

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5 Lessons We Haven’t Learned Yet from the Theranos Scandal

June 19, 2018

Theranos will go down as the early 21st century’s biggest healthcare fraud. It is epic on the level of Uber’s toxic culture. Founder and CEO Elizabeth Holms built partnerships with major health behemoths. They raised money for their innovative blood testing device from experienced investors. It was all a sham. There are plenty of explanations…

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What ProofPilot Isn’t

February 14, 2018

It’s often insightful to watch friends as they build their startups. Sometimes you see mistakes you’ve already made. Sometimes, you get tips for things you should have done. Earlier today, a good friend Toby Hervey, CEO of Bravely, wrote a post that resonated with me. “What Bravely Isn’t.” Why didn’t I share something like this…

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