ADHD+ Opportunity Execution Project (OEP) - (Technology Entrepreneurship, Stanford University)

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ADHD+ Opportunity Execution Project (OEP) - (Technology Entrepreneurship, Stanford University)

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  2. 2. ADHD+
 INTERACTIVE, INFORMATIVE AND DIAGNOSTIC ASSISTANT SYSTEM FOR ATTENTION DEFICIT / HYPER ACTIVITY DISORDER CO-FOUNDER ESFANDIAR KHALEGHI !( M.Eng. Biomedical Engineering, Research Engineer of Bioengineering and Bio-design Innovation ) FOUNDER LADAN JALALI !( Occupational Therapist, M.Sc. Bio-Informatics - Biomedical Engineering
  3. 3. OPPORTUNITY EXECUTION " PROJECT 
 OEP [FINAL PRESENTATION]
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  4. 4. WHAT " IS ADHD? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition that becomes apparent in some children in the preschool and early school years. It is hard for these children to control their behavior and/or pay attention. " " * It is estimated that between 3 and 5 percent of children have ADHD, or approximately 2 million children in the United States. This means that in a classroom of 25 to 30 children, it is likely that at least one will have ADHD.
  5. 5. WHAT " IS ADHD+? Interactive, Informative Diagnostic Assistant System ADHD+ is a cross-platform Interactive, Informative and Diagnostic Assistant System for Attention Deficit / Hyper Activity Disorder. As the first stage, we are working on HTML5 web-format and Android App. http://www.ADHD.ir  
  6. 6. OUR
 CUSTOMERS THE PSYCHOLOGISTS. We categorized our customers in two different segments. §  The Patients. (Kids who has some symptoms of ADHD seen by their teachers or parents.) §  The Parents. §  The Teachers at schools. §  The Medical authorities. (Psychologists and ADHD/ADD Clinics) THE PATIENTS THE PARENTS DIRECT INDIRECT
  7. 7. ADHD+" VALUE PROPOSITION Our system would be divided in three sections. •  Informative Section: To provide wide ranges of information about ADHD/ADD, Symptoms, Treatments and etc. •  Diagnostic Section: To examine and diagnose whether he/she has the ADHD or ADD through the system by answering some test which has to be done by the parents and observers (Parents & Schools). System can find whether the patient has ADHD and even the type of it. •  Referral Section: They can find the nearest medical center which offers ADHD/ADD treatments and etc.
  8. 8. OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS " PROJECT 
 OAP
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  9. 9. CUSTOMERS’
 PROBLEMS Our Customers' Problems Based on our interviews, we realized the main concern of our customers, especially the parents and teachers at school is finding whether their kids or students has ADHD or not, because it’s really important to they diagnosed as soon as possible and before 8 years old. In addition, as far as they are active, they have several activities which is hard for their parents or teachers to realise whether they have ADHD or not. On the other hand, psychologists and ADHD centres should arrange an appointment for each student to see whether he/she has ADHD or not whereas they can be diagnosed by some tests which is hard for the parents and teachers to understand them.
  10. 10. CUSTOMERS’
 SOLUTIONS So, they search a lot on internet (or local libraries) for the ADHD/ADD offline tests which are so time-consuming and hard to summarise whether their child or students has ADHD or not, because theses tests are written by Psychologists for the Psychologists and the people who are not familiar with the medical terms, would usually be confused and would finally decided to book an appointment in their nearest medical centres for the test. So, not only the spend lots of time for their research which is really time consuming, they usually should pay a 20 min appointment in medical centres which is around $75-100 (+fuel and their worth of time).
  11. 11. CUSTOMERS’
 OBSERVATIONS 
 ON ADHD+ Then, when we shows our pilot system to them that was a WOW for them as far as the Teachers could easily help their students to do the test and system showed whether they have ADHD symptoms or not and even, it can mention the type of ADHD as well. The parents were also, so keen for the final version of our system to examine their child. Psychologists, were so positive about the system as it could help them to ask their patients to do the test at home before their first session with them. Although, they asked us to declare that the people should be seen by a professional psychologist and they should not rely on these kind of tests only.
  12. 12. CUSTOMERS’
 OBSERVATIONS 
 ON ADHD+ They are happy to pay for this system. Parents are likely interested to pay for each test and requested to have a free trial test in advance for the pro paid test. Teachers are interested in yearly reduced rate subscription based on the size of their school. Psychologists are looking for partnership subscription which we recommend them if the use diagnosed for ADHD.
  13. 13. THEIR OTHER
 CONCERNS They suggested various interesting ideas such as entertaining test system to kids can directly run the test without any observers. Psychologists, are also looking for ADHD+ consoles to can be located in their waiting rooms and the patients can use and run the test prior to their appointment. They asked us to make a portal for their patients and send the patients results directly to their Psychologists to can monitor the treatment. Although, these are fantastic ideas, but we gonna put them in our 2nd phase of our program to can focus more on our goal. But the system are going to run on various LCD sizes which can be run on any console, so, medical centres can use this system on their computers.
  14. 14. MARKET SIZE As US academic researches show, It is estimated that between 3 and 5 percent of children have ADHD, or approximately 3 million children in the United States. This means that in a classroom of 25 to 30 children, it is likely that at least one will have ADHD. The American Psychiatric Association states, (as of 2007), parents of 2.7 million youth ages 4-17 years (66.3% of those with a current diagnosis) report that their child was receiving medication treatment for the disorder. ADHD Patients: 2.7 M ADHD (Under-Treatment): 2.7 M FIRST YEAR APP. USER: 300.000 USER (TRIAL) APP. USER: 100.000 USERS (PAID) APP PRICE: FREE (Google Play, App Market, Web) PREDICTION: SUBSCRIPTION: PARENTS ($5.00 PER TEST) $500,000 FIRST YEAR (100.000 USERS) SCHOOLS ($300 PER 100 STUDENTS) TWO YEARS (PHASE II > PORTAL & PARTNERSHIP): $5.000.000 (1.000.000 USERS)
  15. 15. TARGET
 CUSTOMERS THE PSYCHOLOGISTS. We categorized our customers in two different segments. §  The Patients. (Kids who has some symptoms of ADHD which has been observed by their teachers or parents.) §  The Parents. §  The Teachers at schools. §  The Medical authorities. (Psychologists and ADHD/ ADD Clinics) THE PATIENTS THE PARENTS DIRECT INDIRECT
  16. 16. BUSINESS" MODEL 
 
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  17. 17. BUSINESS MODEL
 CHANGE Not a significant change, except, our system are going to be re-designed in flexible coding style to can be run in various LCD sizes to be suitable for Clinical Self-Service Desks.
  18. 18. MARKETING" STRATEGY Powered by ADHD+"
  19. 19. RESULTS /ADHD THROUGH YEARS

  20. 20. RESULTS
 /ADHD DIAGNOSIS STATE-BASED PREVALENCE DATA OF ADHD DIAGNOSIS (2007-2008) As of 2007, parents of 2.7 million youth ages 4-17 years (66.3% of those with a current diagnosis) report that their child was receiving medication treatment for the disorder. Rates of medication treatment for ADHD varied by age and sex; children aged 11-17 years of age were more likely than those 4-10 years of age to take medication, and boys are 2.8 times more likely to take medication than girls. In 2007, geographic variability in the percent of children taking medication for ADHD ranged from a low of 1.2% in Nevada to a high of 9.4% in North Carolina. In 2003, geographic variability in prevalence of medication treatment ranged from a low of 2.1% in California to a high of 6.5% in Arkansas.
  21. 21. RESULTS
 /ADHD TREATMENTS STATE-BASED PREVALENCE DATA OF ALL CHILDREN RECEIVING ADHD MEDICATION TREATMENT (2007 - 2008)
  22. 22. RESULTS
 /ADHD DIAGNOSIS
 & TREATMENTS STATE-BASED PREVALENCE DATA OF CHILDREN WITH A CURRENT ADHD DIAGNOSIS RECEIVING MEDICATION TREATMENT (2007-2008)
  23. 23. RESULTS
 /ADHD DIAGNOSIS DIAGNOSED ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER AND LEARNING DISABILITY: (UNITED STATES, 2004-2006) About 5% of children had ADHD without Learning Disability (LD), 5% had LD without ADHD, and 4% had both conditions. Children 12-17 years of age were more likely than children 6-11 years of age to have each of the diagnoses. Hispanic children were less likely than non-Hispanic white and non-Hispanic black children to have ADHD (with and without LD). Children with Medicaid were more likely than uninsured children or privately insured children to have each of the diagnoses. Children with each of the diagnoses were more likely than children with neither ADHD nor LD to have other chronic health conditions. Children with ADHD (with and without LD) were more likely than children without ADHD to have contact with a mental health professional, use prescription medication, and have frequent health care visits.
  24. 24. WHAT
 WE LEARNED When properly treated, children and adolescents with ADHD can lead very normal and productive lives. In fact, many traits found in individuals with ADHD can help them to become very successful later in life. It should be noted that a loving, supportive and consistent environment is essential for the positive growth and develop of all children and especially those with ADHD or other learning disabilities. People with ADHD tend to have average or above average intelligence. They are often very creative and usually have a high energy level. These individuals also are frequently very sensitive and highly affectionate. In the last few years, it has become more likely for adults to be diagnosed with ADHD and start on medication. These may be individuals who were not properly identified when they were children. In other cases, adults have learned to compensate for their disorder and become very successful individuals. In fact, some may "over c o m p e n s a t e " a n d b e c o m e extraordinarily successful. Parents can benefit greatly by participating in a support group along with other parents of ADHD kids.  Parents should refer to nationally recognized Support Organizations and trusted Professional Associations for reliable information and effective support.
  25. 25. WHAT
 WE LEARNED : DIAGNOSIS Some parents see signs of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity in their toddler long before the child enters school. The child may lose interest in playing a game or watching a TV show, or may run around completely out of control. But because children mature at different rates and are very different in personality, temperament, and energy levels, it's useful to get an expert's opinion of whether the behavior is appropriate for the child's age. Parents can ask their child's pediatrician, or a child psychologist or psychiatrist, to assess whether their toddler has an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or is, more likely at this age, just immature or unusually exuberant. ADHD may be suspected by a parent or caretaker or may go unnoticed until the child runs into problems at school. Given that ADHD tends to affect functioning most strongly in school, sometimes the teacher is the first to recognize that a child is hyperactive or inattentive and may point it out to the parents and/or consult with the school psychologist. Because teachers work with many children, they come to know how "average" children behave in learning situations that require attention and self- control. However, teachers sometimes fail to notice the needs of children who may be more inattentive and passive yet who are quiet and cooperative, such as those with the predominantly inattentive form of ADHD. Ideally, the diagnosis should be made by a professional in your area with training in ADHD or in the diagnosis of mental disorders. Child psychiatrists and psychologists, developmental/behavioral pediatricians, or behavioral neurologists are those most often trained in differential diagnosis.
  26. 26. WHAT
 WE LEARNED : DIAGNOSIS The first task of the professional conducting the evaluation is to gather information that will rule out other possible reasons for the child's behavior. Among possible causes of ADHD-like behavior are the following: A sudden change in the child's life— the death of a parent or grandparent; parents' divorce; a parent's job loss , Undetected seizures, such as in petit mal or temporal lobe seizures , A middle ear infection that causes intermittent hearing problems , Medical disorders that may affect brain functioning , Underachievement caused by learning disability and Anxiety or depression. Ideally, in ruling out other causes, the specialist checks the child's school and medical records. There may be a school record of hearing or vision problems, since most schools automatically screen for these. The specialist tries to determine whether the home and classroom environments are unusually stressful or chaotic, and how the child's parents and teachers deal with the child. The specialist interviews the child's teachers and parents, and may contact other people who know the child well, such as coaches or baby-sitters. Parents are asked to describe their child's behavior in a variety of situations. They may also fill out a rating scale to indicate how severe and frequent the behaviors seem to be. In most cases, the child will be evaluated for social adjustment and mental health. Tests of intelligence and learning achievement may be given to see if the child has a learning disability and whether the disability is in one or more subjects.
  27. 27. WHAT
 WE LEARNED : DIAGNOSIS In looking at the results of these various sources of information, the specialist pays special attention to the child's behavior during situations that are the most demanding of self-control, as well as noisy or unstructured situations such as parties, or during tasks that require sustained attention, like reading, working math problems, or playing a board game. Behavior during free play or while getting individual attention is given less importance in the evaluation. In such situations, most children with ADHD are able to control their behavior and perform better than in more restrictive situations. In most cases, the child will be evaluated for social adjustment and mental health. Tests of intelligence and learning achievement may be given to see if the child has a learning disability and whether the disability is in one or more subjects. In looking at the results of these various sources of information, the specialist pays special attention to the child's behavior during situations that are the most demanding of self-control, as well as noisy or unstructured situations such as parties, or during tasks that require sustained attention, like reading, working math problems, or playing a board game. Behavior during free play or while getting individual attention is given less importance in the evaluation. In such situations, most children with ADHD are able to control their behavior and perform better than in more restrictive situations.
  28. 28. WHAT
 WE LEARNED : DIAGNOSIS / ACCOMPANY TO ADHD A correct diagnosis often resolves confusion about the reasons for the child's problems that lets parents and child move forward in their lives with more accurate information on what is wrong and what can be done to help. Once the disorder is diagnosed, the child and family can begin to receive whatever combination of educational, medical, and emotional help they need. This may include providing recommendations to school staff, seeking out a more appropriate classroom setting, selecting the right medication, and helping parents to manage their child's behavior. Some disorder which may accompany to ADHD that we should work on in our system for having more accurate test, but to be honest, these disorders can really accompany with ADHD even when they bee seen by Drs.
  29. 29. WHAT WE LEARNED : DIAGNOSIS
 /ACCOMPANY TO ADHD LEARNING DISABILITIES CONDUCT DISORDER TOUETTER SYNDROME ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION BIPOLAR DISORDER OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER A correct diagnosis often resolves confusion about the reasons for the child's problems that lets parents and child move forward in their lives with more accurate information on what is wrong and what can be done to help. Once the disorder is diagnosed, the child and family can begin to receive whatever combination of educational, medical, and emotional help they need. This may include providing recommendations to school staff, seeking out a more appropriate classroom setting, selecting the right medication, and helping parents to manage their child's behavior. Some disorder which may accompany to ADHD that we should work on in our system for having more accurate test, but to be honest, these disorders can really accompany with ADHD even when they bee seen by Drs.
  30. 30. SUMMERIZING
 SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION ü  Making different user interface for different users, ü  Providing an access for the patent family physiologist to access the patient test. ü  Connecting teachers with specialist in case the student diagnosed by having ADHD through our system ü  Working on some disorders, which may accompany by our system as ADHD. ü  Make it more interactive and joyable for both parents and patients. ü  Further interviews on regular base with above interviews to optimize the system better and better. ü  And some, which we predicted its importance that developers team are working hard to making it happen.
  31. 31. SALES STRATEGY" DISTRIBUTION &" REVENUE " MODEL Powered by ADHD+"
  32. 32. SALES STRATEGY 
 Designed, Pending for publication. Designed, Published .apk Design Process. Unlisted. Customers: Parents Download - $0.00 - FREE 1 FREE Test, No ADHD Categorisation ResultNo Income! No Income! 1 Test ∞ Test/1Day ∞ Test/1Month 1 User 1 User 1 User Income! Paid Paid Subscri Phone Android, iOs Tablet (Android, iOs) Laptop, PC DISTRIBUTORS! Internet > App Stores > Customer" Cost: Fair (Average+) Server Bandwidth, Annual Developer Account
  33. 33. SALES STRATEGY Customers: Teachers, Clinics FREE Setup No Income! FREE, 10 Complete Test No Income! ∞ Test for 100 Students/Patients (Annual) ∞ Test for 500 Students/Patients (Annual) ∞ Test for 1000 Students/Patients (Annual) ∞ Test for ∞ Students/Patients (Annual) Income! Subscription! PARTNERSHIP! ACCOUNT ! DISTRIBUTORS! Cost: N/A (Time, Power) Schools (Discount Account) > Income Clinics: Referral (Income) Negotiation, Referral MEDIUMDIST.! Cost: High Server Bandwidth, Device Price + Service (High)
  34. 34. ADHD+ 
 PRICE PLAN Premium + $300.00 Valid for ∞ Test for 100 User" " ADHD+ Kiosk" " Online Access to Patient Data (HIS)" " *Referral to your local ADHD Clinic" " No Advertisement" " ∞ Test 100 User Diagnosis/Referral " Advance $5.00 1 Test 1 User Diagnosis/Referral " 1 Test 1 User" Freemium $0.00 Valid for One Test" " ADHD+ access on your Phone/Tablet" " Offline mode test result" " Referral to your local ADHD Clinic" " With Advertisement" " Valid for One Trial Test" " No ADHD Type" " No Referral" " With Advertisement" " PARTNER+" +   0  A  
  35. 35. ALTERNATIVES We’ve   considered   several   alterna0ves  as  a  Paid  App  and   so   on,   but,   we’ve   agreed   to   start   with   Freemium   to   encourage   more   people   and   computer   geeks   to   download   our  app  and  refer  it  for  others   which  are  seriously  in  need  to   apply  to  the  subscrip0on.   It’s  what  our  100  user  surveys   showed  their  inten0ons.   More  User  means     More  Accuracy   PAID APP & ETC.
  36. 36. SALES STRATEGY
 APP USERS So, the main strategy for increasing sales for our ADHD+ App users would be Brand Awareness by the help of Medical Media, such as Medical Magazines as well as online medical forum with Discount Vouchers to be used in the app.
  37. 37. SALES STRATEGY
 CONSOLE USERS But for the ADHD+ Console Users, the marketing strategy would be a little bit controversial and harder as it needs a powerful agreement between us and partners which needs legal approvement by medical authorities such as Government, Ministry of Health, Institute of Psychology, Institute of Child Health, Institute of Education and etc. So, for ease this process and speed the agreement procedure, we are planning to gather a significant data by our App & Freemium User to show the system accuracy. At the moment we have data of 1170 users, which we are keep in touch with them to receive info from their Psychologists. The previous samples accuracy was %100 Correct Referral, %91 Accurate ADHD Type. Although, we don’t guarantee the system accuracy and every user should be seen by his/her GP and Psychologists but the system accuracy is so essential for the partnership deal. ADHD+
 KIOSK!
  38. 38. PARTNERSHIP" STRATEGY Powered by ADHD+"
  39. 39. PARTNERSHIP A partnership agreement allows us to structure our relationship with our partners in a way that suits ADHD+. You and us can establish the shares of profits (or losses) in our partnership which we will take, the responsibilities of each partners, and what will happen to the business if a partner leaves and other important guidelines. ADHD+ PARTNERSHIP
  40. 40. PARTNERS - Amirkabir University - Iran University of Medical Sciences - Mins. of Health and Med. Edu. (IR) - Ministry of Education (IR) - Ministry of ICT (IR) •  UK National Health Service (NHS) •  UK - The Department for Education - Banks* - SagePay (Visa, MasterCard, Mastero Amex) - Paypal (Vary) - Tehran Psychiatry Institute, - - Rouzbeh Hospital - Aliasghar Hospital SCHOOLS - Roshd Pre-limanry School etc. - Web Design Team - Hosting Service Provider - ADHD+ Medical Kiosk ONLINE - Google Business Solutions - Facebook Inc - Apple Developer (ADC) - Android Developers INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH PARTNERS (IRAN) RESEARCH PARTNERS (UK) HARDWARE PARTNERS FINANCIAL PARTNERS MEDICAL CENTERS - SCHOOLS
  41. 41. IT PARTNERS Status: Trial, Negotiation For: Design, Installation, Aftersales Support · Contributions to the partnership. Service Charge · Allocation of profits, losses and draws. N/A · Partners’ authority. Rules & Legislations · Partnership decision-making.  · Management duties. Regular · Admitting new partners. Competitive price · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Regular, Termination rules · Resolving disputes.  Local & Third Parties Courts INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Web Design Team + Hosting Service Provider
  42. 42. IT PARTNERS Status: Negotiation Design-Modification, Installation, Aftersales Support · Contributions to the partnership. Service Charge · Allocation of profits, losses and draws. N/A · Partners’ authority. Rules & Legislations · Partnership decision-making.  · Management duties. Regular · Admitting new partners. Competitive price · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Regular, Termination rules · Resolving disputes.  Local & Third Parties Courts INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ADHD+ Medical Kiosk ADHD+
 KIOSK!
  43. 43. ONLINE PARTNERS Status: Google Negotiation, Facebook Negotiation Google Business Solutions (Apps), Facebook Inc (User Profile Data) · Contributions to the partnership. Service Charge, Access User Profile Data · Allocation of profits, losses and draws. N/A  · Partners’ authority. Google & Facebook Rules & Legislations · Partnership decision-making.  · Management duties. Regular · Admitting new partners.  N/A · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Regular Termination Rules · Resolving disputes.  Local & Third Parties INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - ONLINE Google Business Solutions
  44. 44. RESEARCH PARTNERS Status: In Negotiation Partnership (Legal & Operational Aspects) · Contributions to the partnership. Educational Partner · Allocation of profits, losses and draws. Nothing · Partners’ authority. Governmental Rules · Partnership decision-making. Both under legal legislations · Management duties. Regular · Admitting new partners. Patent Holder · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Regular, Termination rules · Resolving disputes.  Local & Third Parties Courts (Country) GOVERNMENTAL & MEDICAL AUTHORITIES Amirkabir University, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran Ministry of Health and Medical Education, ministry of education, NHS, etc
  45. 45. HARDWARE PARTNERS Status: Requested (Apple), Active (Google) Apple App Store & Android Google Play Application · Contributions to the partnership. Annual Charge · Allocation of profits, losses and draws. N/A  · Partners’ authority. Apple & Google Rules & Legislations  · Partnership decision-making. N/A · Management duties. N/A · Admitting new partners. N/A · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Apple/Google Termination Regulations · Resolving disputes.  Local & Third Parties Courts MOBILE OS PARTNERS Apple Developer & Android Developer
  46. 46. FINANCIAL PARTNERS Status: Negotiation (early stage) Investment Loans · Contributions to the partnership. Partnership (%10) · Allocation of profits, losses and draws. (Negotiation) · Partners’ authority. (Negotiation)  · Partnership decision-making. (Negotiation) · Management duties. ADHD Team · Admitting new partners. - · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Governmental Legislations/ Contract · Resolving disputes.  Local & Third Parties Courts BANKS (LOAN) Investment (Loans)
  47. 47. FINANCIAL PARTNERS Status: Pending Payment Account · Contributions to the partnership. Service Charge · Allocation of profits, losses and draws. N/A · Partners’ authority. Rules & Legislations  · Partnership decision-making.  · Management duties. Regular · Admitting new partners. Competitive price · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Regular, Termination rules · Resolving disputes.  Local & Third Parties Courts ONLINE/CARD PAYMENT PARTNERS Sagepay & Paypal
  48. 48. MEDICAL CENTRES/SCHOOLS Status: Pending, Active Account Referral, Brand Awareness, Potential Customers · Contributions to the partnership.  Discount Schools, Commission per patient (earn) · Allocation of profits, losses and draws.  Schools (N/A), Medical Centres (%5-%10 Commission per referral with an appointment) · Partners’ authority. Negotiation · Partnership decision-making. Negotiation · Management duties. Negotiation · Admitting new partners. Patents Holder (ADHD+ team) · Withdrawal or death of a partner. Negotiation · Resolving disputes.  Local Courts MAIN PARTNERS Tehran Psychiatry Institute, Rouzbeh Hospital, Aliasghar Hospital School, Roshd Pre-limanry School
  49. 49. COSTS" ESTIMATION" MODEL Powered by ADHD+"
  50. 50. COSTS ELIMINATION MODEL   LOW   SERVER - HOSTING DATA-BASE DESIGN KIOSK DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT INTERACTIVE WEB DESIGN PATENT & TRADEMARKS MEDIA SUPPORT + ADS   LOW     HIGH     MEDIUM     HIGH     LOW   ANDROID/IOS APP DESIGN
  51. 51. COSTS Phase I. (Pilot) CURRENT Type: VPS • OS: Linux CentOS • RAM: 2 GB • Storage: 60 GB‡‡ • Bandwidth: 2,000 GB/mo Price: £24.47/mo (12 Month Contract) Discount Voucher: %30 (£7.34) Total: 17.12/m = £205.54 Per Year Source: GoDaddy, July 2013 Phase II. Type: VPS • OS: Linux CentOS • RAM: 4 GB • Storage: 120 GB‡‡ • Bandwidth: 4,000 GB/mo Price: £48.95 (12 Month Contract) Discount Voucher: %30 (£14.85) Total: 34.26/m = £411 Per Year Source: GoDaddy, Aug 2013 SERVER - HOSTING Invested: £206 Upgrade (Need) : £420 2nd Year
  52. 52. COSTS Phase I. (Pilot) COMPLETED PHP Web Design (10 Pages) + Three Forms Cost: £800(One time payment) Total: £800.00 Phase II. IN-PROCESS HTML5 Web Design (20 Pages) + Three Forms Cost: £1500 (One time payment, £500, £500, £500) Already Invested: £500 INTERACTIVE WEB DESIGN Invested: £1300 Need: £1000
  53. 53. COSTS Phase I. (Pilot) INVESTED Web App (App Design) Cost: £50 (One time payment) Already Invested: £50 Total: £50 Phase II. Offline/Cloud App (App Design) Cost: £1000 (One time payment, £500, £500) Android Development Account Cost: £25 (One time payment) Apple (iOs) Development Account Cost: £99 (Annual) ANDROID/IOS APPLICATION Invested: £50 Need: £1124
  54. 54. COSTS Phase I. (Pilot) INVESTED Algorithm Design (Check with Physicians and IT Team) Algorithm Approval (Psychological Centres) Flowchart Design Data Base Coding Cost: £500 (One time payment) Already Invested: £500 Total: £250 Phase II. Data Base Coding for Android/iOS Applications Cost: £500 (One time payment) DATA BASE DESIGN Invested: £250 Need: £500
  55. 55. COSTS Phase II. Self-Service Kiosk (Web Browser Version) Cloud Service (Based on designed Interactive HTML5 website) Maintenance: Free up to Three Years Cost: £1400 (Per Unit up to 50 orders) * Wireless Internet should be provided by Medical Centre SELF-SERVICE KIOSK Invested: £0 Need: £14,000 (10, Pilot)
  56. 56. COSTS Iran $200 INVESTED, IN-PROCESS Europe (*Includes UK) Filling Fee €115 Search Fee €1165 Examination € 1730 Total: € 3010 (£2579) *Renewal Fee € 445 (in 4th year) Source: EPO, Aug 2013 UK Filling Fee £30 Search Fee £100 Examination £150 Total: £280 *Renewal Fee £70(in 5th year) PATENT & TRADEMARKS Invested: £130 Need: £3000 USA Filling Fee $280 Search Fee $120 Examination $260 Total: $660 (£425) *Renewal Fee $1600 (in 3rd year) ASIA (No Need)
  57. 57. COSTS Phase II. After Sales Support Programmer (1) Iran Salary (Wage) £500/m < Best/Cheaper Option UK Salary (Wage) £2300/m UK Part Time £500/m Secretary/Assistant (1) Iran Salary (Wage) £400/m < Best/Cheaper Option UK Salary (Wage) £1800/m HUMAN RECOURCES Invested: £0 Need: £900/M (11,000/Y)
  58. 58. SAMPLE ANSWER Based, upon your responses to ADHD+ quiz, you may very well have an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. People who have answered similarly to you typically qualify for a diagnosis of ADHD and have sought professional treatment for this disorder. You should not take this as a diagnosis of any sort, or a recommendation for treatment. However, it would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek further diagnosis from a physician of trained mental health professional soon.
  59. 59. ADHD+ Interactive, Informative and Diagnostic Assistant System for Attention Deficit / Hyper activity Disorder VISIT US PROJECT http://www.ADHD.ir
  60. 60. THANKS" FOR YOUR" ATTENTION. Powered by ADHD+" www.adhd.ir/test By Esfandiar Khaleghi http://www.esfandiar.co

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