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HL7 CMHAFF Standard Introduction and Purpose
2. Overview 2. Overview

2. Overview

Goals, Scope, Conformance Design Principles

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The primary goals of cMHAFF are to provide a standard against which a mobile app’s foundational characteristics -- including but not limited to security, privacy, data access, data export, and transparency/disclosure of conditions -- can be assessed. The framework is based on the lifecycle of an app, as experienced by an individual consumer, from first deciding to download an app, to determining what happens with consumer data after the app has been deleted from a smartphone. It is important to note that the Framework does not speak directly to the specific health or clinical...
2.4.1 Use Case A 2.4.1 Use Case A

2.4.1 Use Case A

Simple, Standalone

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A walking app collects data based on how far someone walks, using GPS technology. A consumer can view a history of walks taken and summary statistics related to distance walked and estimated calories burned. App developer is not a HIPAA-covered (see reference below) entity (CE) such as a healthcare provider, nor is the app sponsored by a CE (such as a hospital or physician).

2.4.2 Use Case B

Device-Connected Wellness App

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A weight management app helps consumers to systematically collect weight information, food consumption information and exercise information.  Weight can be entered manually, or a consumer can...

2.4.3 Use Case C

EHR-Integrated Disease Management App

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A diabetes management app allows a consumer to collect blood sugar readings through a Bluetooth-enabled glucometer. A healthcare provider offers the app to enable the patient’s blood sugar...

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