iHealth Labs, Inc. iGluco Pro
Mobile App Human Use Study CDE Agreement
Primary CDEs (pCDE) will be responsible for recruiting qualified patients with diabetes to participate in the pilot study. The primary CDE will need to participate in chats and interactions with their patients as time allows and periodically review blood sugars and patient information. At the end of the study they should have a face-to-face appointment with each patient participating in the study to review data and interactions.

Back-up cloud CDEs (iCDEs) will be asked to be available to answer patient questions and chats on a regular basis throughout the study period. The iCDEs should maintain a coordinated schedule to provide coverage as much as possible and to ensure the patient needs are met whenever their own pCDE is not available. The schedule should include general waking hours including weekends.

At the end of the study period there will be a survey that all patients and CDEs will be asked to complete.

Each CDE will be provided with a stipend as follows:
pCDE:$270 per month + $40/patient, up to $500/month (about $125/week), or
iCDE: $270 flat rate per month (about $65 per week)

Stipends will be paid at the conclusion of the study.

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As a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) who is participating in this iHealth Labs, Inc. iGluco Pro-v2 Mobile App Human Use Study, you have an ethical and legal duty to keep patient information confidential. Federal law, known as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) forbids healthcare providers from disclosing patients' protected healthcare information, except upon written authorization by the patient or as otherwise permitted by the law. Under the HIPAA Security and Privacy Regulations, hospitals and other healthcare providers are required to have the capacity to determine who is accessing their patients' protected healthcare information and to protect the privacy of that information. Failure to maintain patient confidentiality, accessing patient information without a need to do so for your work, or any other violation of policy, may result in disciplinary action against the student, resident or fellow. General Guidelines:• Access patient information only if you need that information to do your work.• Share or discuss patient information only if it is necessary to do your work and only in appropriate locations or within acceptable methods of communication.• In regards to electronic health records, never share your identification number or password, and follow acceptable security protocols when using mobile and other electronic devices that access patient information.• Follow the health care system and provider's policies on confidentiality and privacy.• Ensure confidentiality when you handle all protected healthcare information.
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