Fourmore Innovation - Future for health

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#99hour method

Fourmore works with the validated #99hour method which uses principles from Lean Startup, Design Thinking and Intrapreneurship. It consists of the following four stages:


Ideate & Create.

We identify the question behind the question and identify the real challenge. We identify ourselves with the target group. By means of quick scans, mind maps, interviews and creative sessions several concepts will be created where we can build upon during the other phases.


Concept testing & Development.

Time to test our assumptions and concepts in practice. By means of tools such as story boards, we iterate as long as needed before we can transform the concepts in actual prototypes.


Prototype improvement & Implementation.

Based on the case requirements, code will be written, a (business) plan will be set up or designs will be made. Product champions, launching customers will be identified which can take the project to the next level. An implementation plan will be developed.


Communication & Design.

Time to shine. A presentation will be prepared, the product or service will be finalized and follow-up actions will be set up if necessary. We will conclude the 99hour project with a presentation for staff, innovators and, if possible, the target group.



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Delirium Monitor - Business Model

Client: UMC Utrecht

Fourmore performed a stakeholder analyses and market vs. product analysis for the Delirium Monitor from Pontes Medical, called DeliCare 1.0. DeliCare 1.0 is a holistic business strategy for the markets nursing home, short stay home, and GP-rehabilitation, home care and assisted living. Main elements were workflow, stakeholders and product demands which were analyzed for the Dutch and Swedish context separately.

Wonderwall - Prototype for new OR-screen

Client: UMC Utrecht

Fourmore developed an advanced prototype for new operating screens by thinking out of the box and taking the following aspects into account:

  • Increase efficiency
  • Increase communication between all operating room staff members
  • Increase (patient) safety

E-safety program

Client: Pluryn

Fourmore researched current best practices in Europe with regard to e-safety and safe internet use with vulnerable groups to inform a draft policy was created and a handbook to support implementation. This included set-up collaborations with universities, workshops and an incident monitoring system.

Smartphone application

Client: Pluryn

Fourmore developed a smartphone application, which helps autistic children to express their emotions towards their care takers (Pluryn staff) and parents by means of selfies. This communication of emotions supports taking appropriate actions based on the children’s individual care plan.

Gendered reactions

Client: Karolinska Institutet

Fourmore developed a webapplication which allows visitors, scientific or lay, to search for drugs and inspect the variations of symptoms between males and females. The data for the drugs and their adverse reactions is attained through the American Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) public access database.

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Campaign gender differences

Client: Karolinska Institutet

Fourmore developed a campaign to raise awareness for the Center for Gender Medicine within and outside the Karolinska campus. This campaign includes written articles, online research paper with data from 13 countries, video interviews and promotional material.

Corporate Social Responsibility plan

Client: Omega Pharma

Fourmore developed a corporate social responsibility (CSR) plan for their ACO Hud brand, a Nordic skin and pharmaceutical company.