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Take 02. Set up a product market fit engine; EHR data aggregation; Growth & sales in modern enterprise business
Hi 👋 Welcome to this week’s Double Take, curated reads about product management, health technology, and cool finds on the internet. Try using Coda to set up a product market fit engine. Even if you’re working with a mature product, the survey questions and user segmentation exercises are quite useful. It’s marketplace week at a16z, see the top 100 marketplace private businesses that’s driving our sharing economy. There are great concepts to be learned from these businesses (eg. tracking meaningful metrics, unbundling of vertical platforms) given their exponential growth and value unlock.
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Manual to set up a product market fit engine by Superhuman‘s founder Rahul Vohra, including how to set up the survey, segment the audience, analyze feedback by persona, and inform the roadmap.
True product market fit is a minimum viable company - 3 key elements to building Minimum Viable Company: Product Value, Business Model, Ecosystem
Intercom on product podcast episode on why it’s important to make everyday count , and how to re-evaluate the ROI of principles and processes
1UpHealth, a EHR data aggregation platform for patients, providers and developers to share medical data and wearable device metrics, raises $8M
IntelyCare, a workforce management solution that matches nurses with post acute facilities that have open shifts, raises $42M. Its machine learning algorithm anticipates shift needs and optimizes matching and pricing.
Differentiation between “digital therapeutics” and “digital care” by Omada health CEO Sean Duffy. Omada penetrated the market as a point solution (digital therapeutics). After proving clinical evidence and business model scalability, it’s now transitioning to “digital care provider”.
A16z published the top 100 marketplace startups . These companies are driving the sharing economy, and giving individuals new opportunities and access to make a living.
How to combine bottoms-up growth and traditional sales in the modern enterprise B2B business
Exhalation by Ted Chiang is a collection of science fiction short stories that are deeply philosophical and provocative, and makes us think of bigger questions in life. (His last book was the basis for Arrival, the movie.)
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