If you have purchased a blood pressure or glucose device, you may have already seen the sticker on the devices, depending on what device you bought. Devices will need certified drivers to work and the old 1.0 certification is up in June. BD
Microsoft has released the latest set of requirements associated with its HealthVault Device Logo Program. By no means are the Redmond company's logo initiatives limited to the Windows platform. The HealthVault Device Logo Program is an illustrative example of this, evolved up to version 1.20 with the latest installment provided by the company. Works with Microsoft HealthVault Device Logo Program v1.20 went live on the Download Center on May 26, 2009, and is now up for grabs for all users with a genuine copy of Windows.
A member of the HealthVault device team enumerated some of the changes delivered by version 1.20: “There have been several packaging requirements added so the user has proper guidance on how to create a HealthVault account, download HealthVault Connection Center, Install the driver, Setup the device, Take a measurement, and upload the data to HealthVault. If the device ships with non-HealthVault software, it must not create a conflict with the HealthVault experience.”