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Disruption and Distribution for Health Technology

Disruption and Distribution for Health Technology

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  • 1. Health Tech DistributionHealth 2.0 - Silicon ValleyPaul Willard, Atlassian CMO • 12/18/2012
  • 2. Serial Industry Disrupter• Playbook from NextCard – Consumer Credit• Groundhog Day Career • Business Banking • Consumer Banking • Consumer Price Promotion • Health Tech
  • 3. 2 Types of Industries 1.Those that have been disrupted by software 2. Those that haven’t ... yet
  • 4. Google Analytics KISS metricsAgnostic Optimizely Visual Website OptimizerDisruption Bamboo Agile Jenkins GreenHopperToolkit JIRA Confluence Git Mercurial AWS Wordpress Joomla RackSpace Drupal Bitbucket + Scalable distribution model
  • 5. Scalable Distribution Methods• Press• Communities Awareness• Refer-a-friend• Search Consideration• Email Conversion• App stores• Affiliates Loyalty• Display Advocacy
  • 6. Don’t Ignore Distribution• Startups need technology, product, and distribution• Many fail on distribution • Myth: If you build it, they will come • Fact: The best distribution won
  • 7. Learn to Fail, Don’t Fail to Learn• Most ideas will not work• Don’t invest too much in any one idea – no epic fails• Plan to fail - fast, cheap
  • 8. Simplify - Only 2 Charts Acquisition Exponential Cohort Curves Lifetime Value ($)Customers Month Months as Customer
  • 9. Feedback Loops• Test quick, cheap, and dirty • Released vs polished • Front end flexibility • Standardize reporting• Model LTV quickly• Never stop what is working, be incremental & relentless
  • 10. A/B Testing - A Practical Guide• Hypothesis Testing Equation • Myth: A vs B, best one wins • Reality: Look at distribution, segmentation, learn about the market, and dream up C
  • 11. How much should I spend?• 12 month break even Allowable • Conservative Lifetime Value ($) • Estimating is ok • Virality • Model LTV for each channel or even campaign Months as Customer
  • 12. Questions?Health Tech DistributionHealth 2.0 - Silicon ValleyPaul Willard, Atlassian CMO • 12/18/2012
  • 13. A/B Testing - A Practical Guide• Conversion = Desire - Friction• Hypothesis Testing Equation Myth: A vs B, best one wins Reality: Look at distribution, segmentation, learn about the market, and dream up C
  • 14. Desire• Behavioral design: • Cialdini’s book - Influence • Dan Ariely • Nir Ayal’s Desire Engine - NirAndFar.com• Examples • Headlines • An authentic solution • Ask customer what they want
  • 15. Friction• UX testing useful for friction• Minimize ambiguity through good design • Speed • Call to action - placement, color, shape • Grouping, contrast, IA
  • 16. Product as Designer Drug• Get your market hooked • Their fix = problem solved • Eliminate all friction• Test conversion to “fix”• Qualitative methods
  • 17. Cohorts• Do not A/B test your core Test impact on LTV repeat usage product • UX testing to show problems Lifetime Value ($) • Offer beta - to a subpop • Test newsletters, cross-sell/up- sell messaging, tutorials, first time user flows, etc • Find twitchy measures of Months as Customer success

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