The Lean Startup Model for Healthcare Day 2, 5th November 2015, Morning session 10.00am-10.30am Matrix Level 4, Breakthrough+Discovery Theatres Hugh Mason, Co-founder and CEO, JFDI.Asia [email protected] @hughmason 79 Ayer Rajah Crescent #03-01 Singapore 139995With thanks to:JFDI Clients & Colleagues, Stuart Smith and Alex Danco for inspiration.This presentation includes numerous borrowed graphics, to which I hope I haveincluded attribution. If not my apologies - please allow me to correct any omissions
Coming Up Introducing JFDI Why Lean Startup Matters for Healthcare How Lean Startup Does and Doesn’t Work What are Some Opportunities for Singapore? Suggestion: Q&A at panel 10:45
First ASEAN startup accelerator, backedby IIPL, Fenox VC, Family Offices, HNWI’s Accelerator has attracted over 2,000 startup teams from 80+ countries. Pre-Accelerator has supported 250 teams comprising 900 people via MOOC USD2m pre-seed capital deployed into69 startups, >50% raised median USD550k No exits yet but 48% IRR (unrealized). Over 300 jobs created, >50% of which arein Singapore and >50% filled by SCPRs. Team of 16 split Singapore-Philippines. Pioneered Lean Startup and disciplined entrepreneurship methods in Asia JFDI.Asia
1 Why Lean Startup Matters for Healthcare
Macrotrend 1 - Demographics
Macrotrend 2 - 42% of internet users are in Asia
Macrotrend 3 - Weightless Giants
Macrotrend 4 - The Service Dominant Mindset
Macrotrend 5 - Unbundling
Macrotrend 6 - New Innovation Frameworks “Plan & Perfect v. Launch & Learn”
“Plan & Perfect” - Vision Based Innovation
“Launch & Learn v. Plan & Perfect”
“Launch & Learn v. Plan & Perfect” Discovery Based Innovation “Launch & Learn” - Discovery Based Innovation Design Thinking Lean Startup Agile Methods
ProblemCustomerDiscovery Problem-SolutionFit Market-Solution Fit Individuals Teams Problem Statement Minimum Viable Prototype Traction Seed Stage Startup Series A Stage SME Startup Weekends, Hackathons Product Development Customer Discovery Growth Hacking Demo Day “A startup is a temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model”- Steve Blank
Two of the Risks in Innovation Market Risk- Should it be done? Technology Risk - Could it be done? LOW HIGH HIGH
Business Model Innovation Market Risk- Should it be done? Technology Risk - Could it be done? LOW HIGH HIGH
Market Risk- Should it be done? Technology Risk - Could it be done? LOW HIGH HIGH Tech2Market - Vision Driven
Market Risk- Should it be done? Technology Risk - Could it be done? LOW HIGH HIGH Tech2Market - Vision Driven “Teams that pursued traditional methods of starting a company had an 18% success rate in receiving SBIR Phase I funding”(Blank 2013)
Market Risk- Should it be done? Technology Risk - Could it be done? LOW HIGH HIGH Market2Tech - Discovery Driven “Teams that … took the Lean Launchpad class ... had a 60% success rate”(Blank 2013)
2 How Lean StartupDoes and Doesn’t Work
“Launch & Learn v. Plan & Perfect”
< Solution < Value Proposition Horses?Faster?
How the 19th Century ‘Bundled’ Mobility
“If I’d asked people what they wanted, they would have said: more hospitals”
3 What are the Opportunities for Singapore?
“The assumption that the pursuit of drugs, diagnostics, devices and digital health is all about the execution of the science is in most cases a mistake.” (Blank 2013)
Conclusions - 1 Healthcare is a business Business model innovation matters as much as science. We can choose how we bundle components of healthcare. New frameworks for innovation let us test critical hypotheses relating to regulation, customers and funding before we commit significant resources to science.
Conclusions - 2 The way forward is to: assess regulatory risk before we design and build. gather data essential to understand customer purchases before we do the science. define clinical utility now, before we spend millions of dollars. identify financing vehicles before we need them.