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Lean Phase: Utility Testing Assumption: Particular features of a digitised patient data system will provide value to Clinicians and to the DHIS 2 Data Management Team in their interactions with patient data and patient processes.   Time Period: December 2019 Project Weeks 1-4   Metric: Level of receptiveness to and positive response to each feature ideated  Criteria   Green Light: Begin integrating features into the MVP based on feedback received from utility testing...

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Proposed Experiment

Content   Lean Phase: Utility Testing/ Solution   Assumption: Using the MVP of the digitised patient data process, impacts the ability of HSAs, Clinicians and Data Clerks to work more efficiently and provides value to the patient process through the healthcare system.   Time Period: December 2019 Project Weeks 1-4   Metric: Percentage of HSAs, Clinicians and Data Clerks that confirm their interaction with the patient process is more efficient as a result of using the MVP...

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Project Summary

The July Health team had two primary focuses; completing a patient journey map and conducting utility testing with clinicians and Health Surveillance Assistants (HSAs). The full outline can be found in the attached document. The first goal was broken down into two elements. Firstly, a journey map of a patient’s movement through the health care system was designed based off existing knowledge of the healthcare space and the challenges which exist within it; gaps in knowledge were identified...

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Reference to Experiment Post:  Experiment post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2154210  Phase 2 of the clinician utility testing experiment was conducted with the objective of affirming the existence and understanding the problem that “Clinics in Malawi are overburdened, under-resourced and rely on a patient data system that is inefficient and under resourced,” in a group setting, whilst testing what value a digitised and streamlined patient data process brings will bring...

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Proposed Experiment

Content  Lean Phase : Solution / Utility Testing Assumption:   A USSD/tech solution can provide value to and be used by clinicians in streamlining data and patient processes.  Clinicians see high utility in a service which will reduce clinic congestion Clinicians see high utility in a service which will optimise patient consultation times.  Clinicians see high utility in a service which will enable efficient data transfer within healthcare system.  Purpose:  To...

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Experiment Results

Reference to Experiment Post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2106920   This experiment was conducted to identify whether clinicians value engaging with a tech based solution that streamlines patient data through the healthcare system.  As a component of the utility testing phase, the aim of this experiment was 2 fold:  Firstly, the experiment aimed to validate the assumptions that clinicians see high utility in addressing clinic overcrowding, long patient waiting...

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Problem

Insights:   The Health Consulting Team have been researching and analysing information gathered from interviews with healthcare professionals regarding the key challenges that exist within the Malawian Healthcare System. These challenges primarily stem from inadequate access to healthcare services in both rural and urban areas. The core of these issues derive from three main factors which include a lack of resources, congestion and overcrowding in healthcare facilities and inefficient...

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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: Solution / Utility Testing Assumption:  A USSD/tech based solution can provide value to and be used by clinicians in streamlining data and patient processes.  Clinicians see high utility in a service which will reduce clinic congestion Clinicians see high utility in a service which will optimise patient consultation times.  Clinicians see high utility in a service which will enable efficient data transfer within healthcare system (from the community level,...

Isabella Strapp
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Experiment Results

Reference to Experiment Post: Experiment Post:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2047300  This experiment was designed in order to gain a thorough understanding of the Malawian healthcare system by mapping patient processes and data flows. Creating this map would enable future months to design a solution which addresses problems for various stakeholders and at various stages of the healthcare process.   In order to create this map, the team needed to fill the knowledge...

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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase:  Problem Time Frame:  2 weeks  Assumption:  We will be able to gather enough information to build a comprehensive patient process map and bridge knowledge gaps within our understanding of the Malawian health care system.  Success Metric: Green Light: Proceed to utility testing with Health Surveillance Assistant (HSAs) and clinicians in order to build on information obtained.  Success Point: Successfully create a map of patient processes with previous knowledge gaps...

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Work Update

The Health team has identified critical challenges that clinicians face within Blantyre’s Healthcare System and has spent extensive time with stakeholders in order to thoroughly understand the resulting impacts. The Health team has also worked closely with the College of Medicine in Malawi to build a thorough understanding of patient processes through the healthcare system.  This July, the health  team will need to explore the usability of a USSD system and understand how it will be used...

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Lean Phase: Channels Assumption: The face to face village channel is a scalable means of PEV delivering their product. Time Box 15 Months Success Metric: The percentage increase in annual reach. Green Light:  Proceed to use the F2F Channel as it has been proved scalable. Success Point: <90% increase in annual customer reach Orange Light : Look at extending current channel through other means. Red Light: >50% increase in annual customer reach. Failure Protocol: Channel...

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Results: 5 customers signed the loan contracts and took out loans at an average amount of $1000 each.  After 8 weeks all 5 customers had made the monthly repayments that was required of them meaning that we had a 100% repayment rate for this period Reinado was happy with the outcome of this and offered to change the required collateral to 10% versus the original 20% in the contract. We agreed to a $10,000 convertible note from Reinado to cover the costs of starting the business. This...

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Lean Phase:  Solution Assumption:  The sales and revenue streams will be making considerable progress towards the victory goal of $30000 Time Box:  15 months Success Criteria Progress: Assumption confirmed. Business is worth continuing. Green Light: <90% towards victory goal Orange Light: Optimise features of product, utilising customer advice. Red Light: >20% towards victory goal Failure Protocol: Experiment failed. Re-structure cost and revenue streams Experiment...

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Lean Phase : Solution Assumption : The loan service we provide is successful and beneficial for the customer segment. Time Box - 4-8 Weeks Success Metric:  % of people that repay their loan on time. Progress: Green Light: Continue to operate with current procedures. Success Point: <90% of people successfully repay their loan on time. Orange Light: Iterate certain processes and procedures so that the loan is easier for the customer to repay. Failure Point: >40% of...

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Experiment Results

Lean Canvas Phase: Solution   Assumption: USSD (mobile money) is the best way to organise savings for the desired customer segment.   Positive results:   In Jumtha, of the 9 surveys we conducted amongst villagers with mobile phones, 1 person didn’t know what it is and 6 responded positively towards the concept of USSD whilst 1 person expressed distrust in mobile systems. 1 person did not respond at all.   Therein, USSD utility passes our greenlight with a 66% positive result....

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  Lean Canvas Phase: Solution   Assumption: That rural community members whom don’t have access to a bank are willing to pay for education about savings and banking.   Results:   Vengara: Have not been able to establish engagements in Vengara due to external circumstances     Jumtha: Over the course of 2 days we engaged 20 residents of Jumtha testing our MVP. 5 residents responded to a village community survey positively and signed MOUs to place down the initial MVP...

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Solution

Our product attempts to bridge the gap between people in lower socio-economic areas and accessing the knowledge and the infrastructure to start a savings plan. This product is also aligned with the bank of Amisen and will set up a pathway, for this customers segment, to the loans they need to grow their income.   The first unique value proposition of our solution is providing education about the banking system and building savings. Using the financial plans that are drawn up for...

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  Lean Canvas Phase: Solution   Assumption: That rural community members whom don’t have access to a bank are willing to pay for education about savings and banking.   Results:   Vengara: Have not been able to establish engagements in Vengara due to external circumstances     Jumtha: 8 residents of Jumtha engaged were receptive to the offer, with 3 purchasing our MVP. Residents were of varying occupational backgrounds, attitudes and experiences to formal banking...

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The solution that we have developed is a service that provides a financial plan to people who currently cannot access a banking system. The financial plan sets out the customers current income and expenditure, looks at the disposable income and develops a plan, using mobile money infrastructure, to put this money away and make it safe.  Upfront costs that Project Everest’s Microfinance team needs to be accountable for include the following: 20% of the loan amount that the team has been...

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Problem

Lean Canvas: Problem Context: In April 2019, the Micro Finance team conducted interviews with community members in the rural towns of Jumtha and Vengara in order to validate the customer segment. Through conducting these interviews the team gained invaluable insights with regard to existing financial services and the emotions community members feel when dealing with these services and managing their money. From these insights, the team were able to construct a problem centric...

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Customer Segment

Lean Canvas : Customer Segment Context: From research and interviews conducted with community members in the rural villages of Jumtha and Vengara, insights into the experiences of these people were uncovered. This allowed the team to understand how we might best serve these segments, and who within them might be our early adopters.   Overview: Our early adopters, within our customer segment, are members of rural communities who are unbanked. From these interviews, consistent...

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Experiment Results

Lean Phase: Customer Segment Assumption: The experiment was focussed on validating the assumption that our viable customer segment is rural community members and households, living in Vengara and Jumtha, that do not have access to a bank and are actively seeking a solution to their financial insecurity. Results: Of the 13 unbanked rural community members interviews, it was found that 84% feel frustrated by a lack of access to financial resources and anxious by a lack of...

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  Lean Phase: Customer Segment Assumption: Our viable customer segment is rural community members and households, living in Zangara and Jumtha, that do not have access to a bank and are actively seeking a solution to their financial insecurity. Time Period: 1 week Success Metric: % of community members, that identify that they are unbanked and currently taking active steps to seek a solution   Criteria: Green Light: Proceed with proposed offer testing experiment using channels...

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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: UVP  Assumption: That rural community members whom don’t have access to a bank are willing to pay for education about savings and banking. Time Box: 4 hours Success Metric: Percentage of eligible people who are willing to pay $7.00 for a financial report. This can either be $7 upfront, or a 25% deposit on conducting the survey and the other 75% upon delivering the report. We plan on finding at least 8 people who fit our customer segment. CRITERIA: Green Light:...

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Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Customer Segment/Problem  Assumptions: Rural community members feel frustrated because they lack support with regards to financial services. Time Box:   1 week Success Metric: Out of 25 eligible people interviewed, 30% of people will agree to a follow up meeting after actively engaging with offer test Criteria: Green Light- Assumption confirmed. Move along to currency testing. Success Point – 30% of people agree to follow up Orange Light –...

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Project Summary

The January Health Team had three primary focuses; completing the offer testing stage, preparing currency test experiments and finalising the experiments for research protocol. The full outline can be found in the attached document, and an abridged summary can be found below.   The first focus broke down to two elements. Firstly, the problem statement was synthesised and offer tests were executed, and currency testing experiments were designed.   Offer Testing Posts Experiment...

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Problem

Context In December 2018, the Health Consulting Team conducted interviews with Heads of Clinics in Blantyre in order to validate the customer segment. Through conducting these interviews, the team generated invaluable insights with regard to the healthcare challenges clinicians identify and the emotions they feel in relation to these challenges. From these insights, the January 2019 Health team were able to construct a problem centric message, for the purpose of offer testing, that...

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Experiment Results

Reference to Experiment Post: This experiment focussed on validating the assumption that clinicians identify with the problem that they feel frustrated by not having quality time with their patients and that they want better health outcomes for their patients. The long term goal was to initiate communication with heads of clinics and build relationships. Reassert Lean Phase:  Problem  Assumption: People within our customer segment identify with the problem described as ‘you...

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Experiment Results

Reference to Experiment Post:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/796220 Lean Phase:  Problem Assumption: People within our customer segment identify with a particular way of describing a problem. Results: Between 6 and 12 people clicked on the links Zero people registered Validated Learning: The experiment was planned to be quantitative and conducted through the channel identified; posts on Malawian medical Facebook groups. We then identified and applied for...

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Isabella Strapp

Australia

Joined this community on Nov 3, 2018

University or Company
USYD

Degree or Work area
Law

Country you Trekked/are Trekking in
Malawi

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