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Q2 2022 Edition
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The MCoE Q2 2022 newsletter dives in deep to give you the scoop on the KP Mobile Webby award, KP LanguageConnect app, and working with Apple on the “delete” account requirement. You will also find timely announcements.
How the Webby was Won
You may have heard the KP Mobile app won the Webby award but would you like to know more about the journey to the top?
KP LanguageConnect Connects and Delivers
KP LanguageConnect (KPLC) Video Remote Interpretation (VRI) service has provided language interpretation to NCAL inpatient and emergency departments, continuum of care, and pharmacies for nine years. Find out about how this important app and service came to be.
App Account Deletion/Deactivation – Words Matter
Delete is not the same as deactivate. Find out how the MCoE worked closely with Apple to clearly define these words as related to account requirements.
Announcements – Stay in the Know!
See updates from Apple and exciting upcoming Q3 events!
Well Traveled completed
The latest campaign from Go KP was named “Well Traveled”. If you are curious about this completed journey, check out the announcement.
Engage With the MCoE
To engage with us, all you need to do is submit an intake by logging into our MCoE Service Desk portal with your NUID and Windows/Mac Password. Be sure to bookmark the link for future reference.
MCoE Reporting: Mobile App Portfolio
Did you know the MCoE helps KP teams develop, design, and deploy mobile apps? Our team of experts provide app kits and advice for dozens of custom mobile apps and hundreds of white-label and third-party mobile apps for our Members, Providers, and Workforce. Access our suite of reports – updated monthly – which include mobile app team and region info, install counts, and certified apps in production.
Connect With Us
Questions & feedback
Certification reporting & updates
Do you have a certification project open and would like to know the status? Curious about mobile app releases? View current Certification Reports.
Everyone at KP is responsible for ensuring our mobile apps are accessible and inclusive. Using the WCAG 2.1 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) published in June 2018, we’ve applied a mobile perspective to these standards and created mobile accessibility resources for our partners.