Why is Scientific Evidence Important?

March 21, 2018

Evidence from scientifically sound research studies is important because it lets us make decisions based on “what works.”The lack of evidence has real-world business consequences. No business person would run a company without an accounting system and cash register. It’s how business, large or small, measures success. But, when it comes to health and wellness, we’re…

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How Timing Can Affect Your New Years Resolutions (and Other Health Outcomes)

January 1, 2018

As the calendar turns to a new year, as is tradition, I’m of course thinking about resolutions. As in years past, I’m using ProofPilot to track my progress. Which resolutions stick? Did I stick with the new weight training program? Which behaviors have their desired outcome? Did it increase the size of my biceps? At…

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Top 10 Research Measurements on ProofPilot for 2017

December 19, 2017

The ProofPilot measurement library includes surveys, connected health device integrations, and tools to use mobile phone functionality to collect data. In September, we updated our website and systems to track better what measurements are the most popular, and how they related to others. Given the propensity for “Top 10s” this time of year, we’d thought…

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Now ProofPilot Supports In-Person Study Activities Too

May 28, 2017

Run studies that include the efficiency of anytime anywhere participant self-service AND real-life human interactions in health and wellness. At ProofPilot, We’ve always had a mission to enable studies “in the real world.” Like a lot of folks in the venture-backed tech world, naively, that used to mean leveraging technology to make everything as self-service…

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