Apps on User Devices
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Full Title or Meme
This design pattern focuses on ways to get computing power and security into the devices that are in the user's hands.
- A world where the computing device in the user's hand is more powerful than supercomputers of the past generation.
- Preconditions: The user is given the legal right to acquire their own health records with the 21st Center Cures Act and regulations.
- Regulation: Requires that Electronic Health Records (EHR) for the user may (subject to limitations) be downloaded into user apps from certified developers.
- Use Case: This is one approach to meeting this regulation.
- Specifications: The current state is that the CARIN alliance has published a Code of Conduct for user apps.
- Service Assessment Criteria: Proposed work item pending funding.
- Certification document for Apps: Draft now available at https://kantarainitiative.org/confluence/display/WT/Draft+Recommendations
- Proof of Presence of user and app: Proposed work item pending funding.
- Trust Registry that can verify app certification and presence: Proposed work item pending funding.
As of 2020-10 there are two categories of app that are proposed for user by users:
- These have been available at the dawn of the smart phone.
- Also known as Progressive Web Apps, these are being aggressively advance by the browser vendors in the blink (chromium + webkit) environment.