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Owner: Luscii Special Guidelines Guider

Classification: External use

Status: Approved

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1. Introduction to Library Guidelines

1.1. Luscii Programs

  1. The Luscii Library is the sharing platform where Medical Developers can share configurations and settings on how they use Luscii in their day to day practice. This is done via the concept that is called Luscii Programs.

<aside> 💡 **The definition of a Luscii Program is as follows: **A Journey or Monitoring program with pre-set Luscii platform configurations of instruments, self care, moments and/or alert- and action algorithms for a specific disease type, care pathway or target group that can be shared amongst healthcare professionals to use in their day-to-day practice and leading to a share of the program license fee for the Medical Developer of the Luscii Program.


  1. There are two types of Luscii Programs:
    1. Journey Program: includes support for the patient journey such as insights in the patient journey, consult and/or treatment and/or surgery preparation, self care and information. These Programs can be used by customers with a Journey license, a Monitoring License and/or a Luscii for All License.
    2. Monitoring Program: includes - next to support of the patient journey - remote patient monitoring features such as sending in vitals, context, symptoms and create alerts or automated actions based on this data. These Programs can be used by customers with a Monitoring license and/or a Luscii for All license.
  2. Every Program, regardless its type, is a Luscii Program. In order to differentiate Luscii Programs from each other and/or to make them more appealing, Luscii can award badges to Programs:
    1. Luscii Labs: a badge for every Program ‘in the making’. The program is not usable yet because it is still in development or being refined. People that are interested in this Program can show interest and in some cases can even help with development and/or co-develop.
    2. Luscii Special: a badge for a Program that is reviewed by the Medical Board and adheres to some extra special guidelines including at least one peer-reviewed scientific publication.

1.2. Medical Developers

  1. Luscii Programs are created by Medical Developers. Medical Developers can be any professional working in healthcare.
  2. Medical Developers can create programs in two ways:
    1. With help of Luscii after they have received a proposal and this is accepted;
    2. Themselves when they become a member of the Certified Medical Developer Program which gives them access to Luscii’s Builder software once they have completed a training.
  3. Medical Developers can use their own programs and can submit their programs to the Luscii Library following the Program Submission process (Chapter 3 of these guidelines).
  4. In this sense, the concept of the Luscii Library is comparable with an app store where developers can create, share and earn.

2. Each Luscii Program adheres to 5 rules