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Happtique Releases Draft App Certification Program Standards For Public Comment
Date:7/11/2012

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  • David Lee Scher, M.D., Panel Chair – former practicing cardiologist and mHealth authority
  • Franklin Schaffer, EdD, RN, FAAN – Chief Executive Officer, Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools
  • Shuvo Roy, Ph.D. – Director, Biomedical Microdevices Laboratory and Associate Professor, Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences, School of Pharmacy, University of California, San Franciso
  • Dave deBronkart ("ePatient Dave") – well-known spokesman for patient engagement
  • "We are pleased to invite public comments on the draft App Certification Program Standards, and we welcome feedback from organizations and professionals in the medical, health, and fitness community; app owners, developers, and publishers; patients; and consumers. Our goal is to produce a set of rigorous standards that will give both health care professionals and consumers a solid basis for selecting apps," said Dr. Scher, the Panel's Chair.

    Comments on the draft standards can be submitted until 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Friday, August 17, 2012 at http://www.happtique.com/app-certification/.

    During the comment period, the Panel will be finalizing the Certification Program's operating policies and procedures. In general, each app submitted for certification will first undergo technical testing to determine its compliance with the Operability, Privacy, and Security Standards. Those that pass the technical assessment will proceed to content review. App reviewers will have credentials relevant and appropriate to the content being reviewed (e.g., cardiologists will review cardiology apps, nurses will review nursing apps, dieticians will review diet and nutrition apps, certified personal trainers will review fitness apps). Details of the full App Certification Program process, including but not limited to submission requirements, review procedures, fe
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