Get paid to share your voice and participate in simulated studies.
Why participate in a study?
We work with medical device manufacturers to better understand conditions as prevalent as diabetes to diseases as rare as Von Willebrand. If you have something to say about a medical device, procedure, or common problem within your healthcare community, we want to hear from you! Make sure your voice is heard and help improve the future healthcare experience.
How does it work?
If it looks like you might qualify for a study, we’ll contact you with a few follow-up questions to make sure you’re a good fit. If so, you’ll be invited to one of our locations to try out new medical devices and give feedback on your experience. Some studies may also be conducted in-home, or over the phone. All studies are simulated (acted out), and you’ll never be injecting medication into yourself or others. After the session, we will pay you for your time! To keep up to date with opportunities to participate, be sure to check out our page on Facebook.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are there risks associated with participating?
A: All studies are simulated, meaning you’ll only be acting out using a device. We will never ask you to inject yourself or to take medication.
Q: How long will it take?
A: Each study session is approximately one hour, and some studies may require multiple sessions. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of your session.
Q: How much will I be paid?
A: Compensation rates vary depending on the study. The average study pays $100 per hour.
Q: What do I need to bring?
A: Just a valid form of ID. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Q: What if I need to cancel my session?
A: Please call us as soon as possible so we can try to reschedule your session. No-shows without prior notice will not be allowed to participate in future studies.
Q: Where can I park?
A: We will validate parking for the Bellevue parking garage located at 200 S. Broad Street. Other garages and street parking are available, but they will not be validated.
Q: Where is the nearest Wawa?
A: Less than one block away, on the corner of S. Broad Street and Walnut (in case you needed another incentive to participate!).