As people live longer the complexity of their health risks grow, those risks are different from the needs tackled in the past. They create modern needs that are addressed starting from the individuals themselves.
Extensive desk research and 20 in-depth interviews of senior executives from healthcare providers and payers, technology and telecommunications companies and industry organizations, as well as leading experts from academia, think tanks and non-governmental organizations.
Increasingly ubiquitous and powerful mobile technology holds the potential to address long-standing issues in healthcare provision. Excitement surrounding mHealth is palpable. A burgeoning calendar of events and exponential growth in web content generated on the topic reflect the rising intensity of interest. The nature of the discussion is also shifting.
Digico held many discussions around the topic with leading EHR experts, doctors, and patients across a broad spectrum. The discussion showed how mHealth is transforming from a traditional to a personalized, proactive, patient-driven model of care – using mobile, web, wearables and IoT as the drivers of this transformation.
To support better-informed, more efficient patient care, health plans, wellness programs, and value dossiers by looking at a comprehensive view of the factors that influence a person’s health -including access to wearable devices and IoT.
We found Axure to probably be best for the experienced user and someone who would want tons of customization, however it takes time to become comfortable with this software. It allowed us to prototype in the studio and then test on your user’s devices. This was our favorite rapid prototyping method.
Minimum Viable Product MVP
Within the medical industry, healthcare professionals (HCPs) are progressively adopting mobile devices, using medical apps and incorporating them into their practice to help facilitate patient care. Patients and caregivers are also taking much more control and responsibility for their own health and wellness by tracking and monitoring all facets of their health. So it wasn’t hard to talk to them about the subject during the development of Tummy’s minimum viable product MVP.
Piloting & Acceleration
Healthcare innovation incubators and accelerators around the world are helping entrepreneurs grow and develop their startup companies with funding, mentorship, and investment resources. Picking the right one for Tummy proved to be a challenge since our piloting phase is in Lebanon, a country that lacks any healthcare accelerator. We ended up partnering with a university medical center to support our pilot program.
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