This type of solution in care processes helps redefine the interaction between professionals and patients in terms of efficiency and effectiveness.
Check out these documents to find out what you need to keep in mind to pass the health or wellness application accreditation process of the TIC Salut Social Foundation.
The application must have an intuitive interface, with a design suited to its intended function and it must ensure universal, inclusive access to people with functional diversity to maximize the benefits offered by the technology.
We determine whether the app functions efficiently and reliably from a technological point of view. The application must adapt to a minimum of functionality acceptable to the end user ensuring robustness and consistency.
We ensure robust mechanisms are in place to preserve the privacy of the data generated by the users and the utmost confidentiality in the transmission of said information. It is necessary to ensure proper storage of information and establish mechanisms for encryption when registering passwords.
A Committee of Experts, made up of professionals from different professional associations in the sector such as COMB, COPFLEFC, COIB, SCEPC, AiFICC and CAMFIC, evaluate the quality of the content and the utility of the functions offered. Their review includes the usability and design of the application and whether it notifies the user of any software updates.
Primary Care Nursing, coordinator of clinical trials at CAPSBE. Member of the IDIBAPS-CAPSBE Primary Care reasearch Committee. She is Postgraduate in Primary Care and student of the Master’s in Bioinformatics and Biostatistics (UOC). Member of the AIFiCC ICT Group.
Doctor, specialising in Family and Community Medicine, MA in Public Health, PhD in Biomedical Computing and member of CAMFiC’s ICT Group. He is Senior Biomedical Scientist on the IMIM and Universitat Pompeu Fabra’s Research Program on Biomedical Informatics, where he is also an Associate Professor and teaching coordinator in biomedical informatics.
Nursing Degree (UB) and MA in Health Education (UDL). He is currently the director of the Col·legi Oficial d’Infermeres i Infermers de Barcelona’s Virtual Nursing Project and Associate Professor at the Universitat de Barcelona.
Holds a Degree in Nursing, Specialising in Occupational Nursing and a Degree in Archival Science. For his PhD he conducted research in Methodology of Biomedical Research and Public Health at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). Holds an MA in Nursing Care Administration and Management. Director of Information Systems and ICT at the Col·legi Oficial d’Infermeres i Infermers de Barcelona (COIB). Head of the Innovation and Technology Group at the COIB.
Holds a Degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences, Specializing in Health and Physical Exercise. Currently completing a PhD at the Universitat de Barcelona (UB-INEFC). Head of COPLEFC’s Innovació i Tecnologia group and their Comissió de Salut.
Degree and a Doctorate in Medicine and Surgery from the UB, specializing in Family and Community Medicine. Assistant Director of the Comte Borrell CAP, CAPSBE. President of the COMB’s eHealth Medical Section. Lecturer at the UIC.
Specialist in Clinical Psychology and an expert Neuropsychology. MA in eHealth: IT and Health Management from La Salle-Universitat Ramon Llull and an MA in Health Institution Management from the UAB. PhD in Psychology from the UB. Head of the Neuropsychology Unit and the Brain, Cognition and Conduct Research Group for the Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa (CST). President of the Societat Catalana d’Especialistes en Psicologia Clínica. Lecturer at the UIT and the UOC.
Holds a Degree in Pharmacy (UB) and a Degree in Business Sciences (UOC). Functional manager of CatSalut’s Medicines Catalogue and a collaborator on electronic prescription projects.
You can consult all the documentation related to the accreditation process in the section Guidebooks for the Accreditation process for Health or Wellness Apps.
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