Creating a minimum viable product (MVP)
is the cheapest and fastest way to validate your idea and learn a market demand. Most Telemedicine startups, like Babylon
, started with an MVP.
In Agile methodologies, Telehealth app development is usually divided into several steps: 1. Project discovery and estimation
. At this stage, the business development team learns everything you're willing to share about the project, creates a comprehensive list of requirements, and estimates the time and resources necessary to complete the MVP.
You will receive a system requirement specification (SRS)
, timeframes, and budget estimate. At this stage, you can decide what features to develop first and what should wait for future upgrades. 2. Choosing the right tech stack and architecture design.
Considering your requirements and the chosen platform (web, desktop, iOS, Android), the CTO or Tech Lead
suggests the most suitable frameworks, libraries, languages, technical approaches, and business logic for your project. necessary. 3. UI/UX wireframes and interactive prototyping.
In keeping with user-centered trends, the design team provides you with a set of interface wireframes for an initial UI evaluation. Once you agree on user flows and journeys through the app, you'll also get an interactive prototype to let you experience user interactions with the app first-hand. 4. MVP development and testing.
The software engineers work on your project along with designers and business analytics to fulfill the functional and non-functional requirements. Sprints result in a new update and demo to keep you apprised of the development progress. Unless you change requirements on the go, the project will be ready for launch within the estimated timeframe.