ProofPilot is an American internet company with offices in New York City that maintains a research platform allowing users to design, manage, launch and participate in research studies. The software as a service product is described as a DIY (do it yourself) platform to run research studies like clinical trials, randomized controlled trials, and longitudinal outcome studies. These are the same kinds of techniques pharma uses to test whether or not products work. ProofPilot's tools apply them to a whole variety of other personal and societal health and wellness issues. According to an interview with CEO, Matthew Amsden in CNN Money, ProofPilot wants to support studies not just on solutions to existing problems, but also on things that prevent and optimize health and wellness.

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  • ProofPilot is an American internet company with offices in New York City that maintains a research platform allowing users to design, manage, launch and participate in research studies. The software as a service product is described as a DIY (do it yourself) platform to run research studies like clinical trials, randomized controlled trials, and longitudinal outcome studies. These are the same kinds of techniques pharma uses to test whether or not products work. ProofPilot's tools apply them to a whole variety of other personal and societal health and wellness issues. According to an interview with CEO, Matthew Amsden in CNN Money, ProofPilot wants to support studies not just on solutions to existing problems, but also on things that prevent and optimize health and wellness. In May 2014, ProofPilot raised $1.85 million in venture funding lead by CueBall Capital and Brooklyn Bridge Ventures. Healthcare investor Esther Dyson, and Cornell University's BR Venture Fund also participated in the round. (en)
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  • ProofPilot is an American internet company with offices in New York City that maintains a research platform allowing users to design, manage, launch and participate in research studies. The software as a service product is described as a DIY (do it yourself) platform to run research studies like clinical trials, randomized controlled trials, and longitudinal outcome studies. These are the same kinds of techniques pharma uses to test whether or not products work. ProofPilot's tools apply them to a whole variety of other personal and societal health and wellness issues. According to an interview with CEO, Matthew Amsden in CNN Money, ProofPilot wants to support studies not just on solutions to existing problems, but also on things that prevent and optimize health and wellness. (en)
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