Evidation Health Apps

Achievement - Rewards for Health 3.1.3
Join over three million members getting paid for health actions andwho are contributing to cutting edge research! Our diversecommunity has contributed to more than 15 prospective studies,which are often published in medical journals like American HeartJournal and Journal of Medical Internet Research. Achievement wascreated by industry veterans at Evidation Health. Backed by some ofthe top investors in the Silicon Valley and driven by a promise toadvance health outcomes, Achievement is focused on curing andstudying conditions that have yet to be studied by the brightestminds in research and data science. Achievement is a product ofEvidation Health which enables healthcare companies to partner withpatients and consumers who are engaged in understanding andimproving health outcomes. Evidation’s clients are a wide array ofhealthcare companies -- innovative digital health products andservices, biopharma companies, and academic researchers andinstitutions. On the Achievement platform, we pay you to: -Tracksteps -Log food -Log Meditation sessions -Answer surveys or optinto a programmatic health challenge Achievement Studies haveresearched conditions including: -Asthma -Cystic Fibrosis -Diabetes-Mental Health -Migraines -Rheumatoid Arthritis and more!”Achievement, which is a division of Evidation Health, helps usersintegrate a variety of wearable trackers, but in addition to usingquantitative data pulled from said trackers, they also posed morequalitative questions of their user base for the purposes of thisresearch. “ --Brit & Co ”Achievement is a service that pays youfor tracking your healthy behaviors, such as diet and exercise,water intake and the amount of sleep you get. It connects to appslike FitBit and MyFitnessPal and pays you for the points youaccumulate. “ --The New York Times What’s New: -Countless bug fixes-Point Donation to a Health Charity of your choice -More than$500,000 paid out
TILES 1.04_b0
This app supports the data collection and participant interactionfor the Tracking Individual Performance with Sensors (TILES) study.