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Gay Pride Q&A at the Direct to Patient Trial Conference

June 28, 2018

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…

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What’s Next for ProofPilot

June 24, 2018

ProofPilot has some lofty goals. We’re not interested in being another electronic data capture system. We feel the world of research needs real change.

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Five Lessons that We Haven’t Learned Yet from the Theranos Scandal

June 18, 2018

There are plenty of explanations about how this was allowed to happen. Here are the five things we should be learning from the Theranos scandal.

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How to Avoid Evidence Based Cynisism

January 4, 2018

Over the past two decades, the CDC (and other health agencies) have gone all in on “evidence-based.” But they’ve done so without developing a sufficient ecosystem to produce that evidence.

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Why “Evidence Based” Is Such a Controversial Term

December 18, 2017

In the HuffingtonPost: The CDC will avoid using “evidence-based” in budget documents. If liberals and the scientific community explain this away as “bowing to the religious right,” we risk overlooking the real issue. If fiscal conservatives let this slide, we have lost one of our…

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The Most Crucial Term Trump is Telling the CDC Not to Use

December 16, 2017

The most crucial term the Trump administration is telling the CDC not to use is “evidence-based.” The reality is I’ve seen the writing on the wall for a long time. There is a growing evidence-based cynicism that needs to be addressed.

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Software Enabled Clinical Trials

September 17, 2017

Today, only 5% of the US population participates in clinical research. With the rise of new software tools that make research faster, cheaper, and more accessible and with a forward-looking FDA digital health team, the time is ripe for a clinical trial paradigm shift.

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This Simple Question Could Unlock Americas Health Crisis

August 6, 2017

In the HuffingtonPost: If we ask a simple question, we may identify the surprising underlying issues that cause many of the health issues plaguing Americans. The truth is, a lot of bad health habits are coping mechanisms due to past trauma — verbal, emotional, sexual, physical or…

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Apple’s ResearchKit: Ready for healthcare or far from useful?

June 2, 2017

From Healthcare IT News: To date, most ResearchKit apps have yet to support basic study components like managing study visits, connecting with clinical data, creating unique experiences across randomized study arms, issuing treatments and interventions. If Apple wants to overcome this, they will ultimately have…

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Small Business Snapshot: ProofPilot

April 25, 2017

In Business News Daily: The pharma and academic sectors use research techniques like the randomized controlled trial and longitudinal outcome study to determine how to improve human and societal health. The problem is, these techniques are so complex and expensive very few of them get…