This is the total number of apps presently tracked by the Emory Mobile App Distribution process and includes apps bound for internal and public distribution as well as apps in the concept stage and recently retired apps. Note that this is one less than the sum of the categories because one of the apps appears on both the Internally Distributed and Under Review for Public Distribution lists.
Note: Not all apps in design, cost estimation, and development are known by Emory IT. Some apps only come to the attention of central IT as part of the review and distribution process.
|Surgical Safety Checklist||2017-03-08|
|Emory Healthcare Provider App||2017-01-21|
|Emory Login Demo||2017-02-08|
|Pediatric Blood Pressure||2015-11-12|
*SMARTDM2 also distributed internally
Note: All publicly distributed Emory apps are also distributed internally at various points in their lifecycle. Publicly distributed production apps in public marketplaces are ultimately listed at links in the internal Emory Mobile App Catalog. These listings of public and internal apps are distinct so as to communicate clearly which apps are bound for public and internal users. Click on the marketplace name for a link to each app's official listing in the marketplace.
These apps have been found in public marketplaces and bear prominent references to Emory University or Emory Healthcare. These may be apps that pre-date Emory's 2014 review policies or apps that have been published without proper review. All of these apps should be reviewed, distributed by Emory, and migrated to the Publicly Distributed Apps category or removed from public marketplaces.
For more details see the Unreviewed, Unapproved, Publicly Distributed Apps page
*SMARTDM2 also under review for public distribution
These apps started the review process (or were preparing to start the review process) but are no longer planned for release.
These apps are no longer currently on the marketplaces. This includes apps that started development but were never published, apps that were published and since retired, and apps that were found in public marketplaces bearing prominent references to Emory University or Emory Healthcare, and either pre-dated or were published without completing the appropriate review process.
Review and Approval Processes
For descriptions of the processes and contact information see Emory Mobile App Distribution Process for Public Apps and the Emory Mobile App Distribution Process for Internal Apps.