STAT!Ref

Stat!Ref is a virtual source of healthcare information in a wide variety of medicine fields. Stat!Ref invites developers to use their API to show a search bar with their information on a new site. The API is about healthcare information. To create an application, developers have access to RSS 2.0 and Atom 1.0 formats. The required parameters are searchTerms and grpalias. Some of the optional parameters include startIndex, count, sr:titleList and format. In the site, developers can find examples for queries and error handling. Developer support available.

Silobreaker

Silobreaker provides workflow support and content management services for all kinds of users, including corporate, government, and military organizations. It provides both front-end and back-end services for handling structured and unstructured content. Silobreaker can aggregate content of many kinds from both internal and external sources and then analyze this content using semantic and statistical text mining services. Results can be served in a variety of ways. Users may also search through content using advanced filters to reduce the number of results and improve their relevance.
Silobreaker

BazQux Reader

BazQux Reader is a feed reader that displays blog posts and comments in one seamless stream. It also allows users to subscribe to Google+ and Facebook pages. BazQux Reader provides support for both viewing full-text article and displaying picture-rich blogs in a mosaic or magazine mode. Users can share articles through social networking sites and email, or they can save articles using services like Evernote and Pinboard. BazQux Reader works well with a variety of mobile and desktop apps due to its Google Reader-compatible REST API.
BazQux Reader

TxtBear

TxtBear lets authors publish documents online. It aims to provide a series of useful tools, but also allows users to extend the platform with user software. Additionally, the site offers the ability to monetize documents by incorporating ads into online viewing. The TxtBear API allows users to upload, manage, list and delete documents. The service uses REST calls and will format returns in: JSON, JSONP, XML YAML, txt, RSS, Atom, HTML.
TxtBear

Vizrt Escenic Content Engine

The Escenic Content Engine (part of the Vizrt Online Suite) provides a high performance content management and delivery system for text, images, audio files, video clips, and other digital assets used on modern websites. It also provides a set of tools for building websites and a powerful front-end user interface. Everything stored within the Escenic Content Engine is accessible through Java Server Pages tag libraries and through JavaScript and REST APIs.
Vizrt Escenic Content Engine

TiddlySpace

TiddlySpace lets users organize their thoughts and ideas so that they are available wherever, whenever, and however they're needed. A tiddler is a chunk of content created on TiddlySpace that comes with its own URI for easy sharing. Users can organize their tiddlers by tagging and linking to them. A simple model for sharing, distributing, and adapting content makes collaboration easy. Developers can customize, integrate, and extend TiddlySpace by using its extensive RESTful APIs.
TiddlySpace

FHIR

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is an HL7 International interoperability standard for healthcare data exchange, specifying the semantics, structure, encoding and transport aspects of the exchange. The API covers the basic elements of healthcare - patients, admissions, diagnostic reports, medications and problem lists - with their typical participants and also support a range of richer and more complex clinical models. The simple direct definitions of the resources are based on thorough requirements gathering, formal analysis and extensive cross-mapping to other relevant standards.
FHIR

OCLC WMS

The OCLC is a nonprofit computer library service and research organization which offers WorldShare Management Services (WMS), a suite of services that allow users to manage a library's entire collection management life cycle in a cloud-based application. The WMS API suite includes functionality to work with acquisitions, circulation, collection management, library material checkouts, and lookup vendor information. The APIs uses RESTful calls with responses available in XML, JSON or Atom.
OCLC WMS

ManageBGL Diabetes

Cloud-based diabetes management platform. Calculates doses and tracks insulin on board just like an insulin pump would. Predicts blood sugars up to eight hours ahead, and provides historical data like a Continuous Glucose Monitor. Real-time coach provides real time dose adjustment advice, and warnings of pending low blood sugars. Live sharing with parents, teachers, healthcare providers and other care givers. Accepts data from 60 different meters, pumps and CGMS devices. RESTful API, default formats are XML, JSON, RSS and Atom. Prediction - the game-changer in diabetes analytics.
ManageBGL Diabetes

Jawfish

Jawfish allows users to display RSS or Atom feeds on their websites via JavaScript. Users can input the URL of the desired feed into a web-based control panel, and customize the appearance of the desired widget. A short piece of HTML code will be produced that allows the user to embed the custom widget on their webpage. Because Jawfish requires no server-side scripting, it works with any website. This service requires a monthly subscription, the price of which is determined by the number of feeds desired.
Jawfish