Mashups using the same API (44)
Kids party entertainer and venue mashup--aggregates photos, videos and reviews, and helps parents find the right kids entertainment within their budgets.
A mashup of Blogger and Google Calendar. Embed links and summaries of blog posts in your calendar.
There’s no shortage of controversy when it comes to healthcare these days, but from a developer perspective, the increased usage of electronic medical records (EMR) represents a potential boon. The challenge is that a lot of those records are locked up in proprietary systems that for the most part are fairly inaccessible.
Open APIs are being adopted by a wide range of industries, even those outside the Internet sector. Most recently the pharmaceutical industry is realizing the benefits of APIs in sharing information around drug research. Thomson Reuters now provides the Thomson Reuters Pharma API for investigational drugs data. The service provides access the company's comprehensive source of global pharmaceutical intelligence on drugs.
Maternal Mental Health
||The Maternal Mental Health API integrates a directory in Los Angeles area to find certified psychologists, counselors, and psychiatrists for new mothers. It is available in JSON data with HTTP...||Health||07.05.2016|
||Dopamine is an engagement platform for fitness, productivity, social, and education applications. This customized platform learns about its users and behavior results can be seen as fast as 4 weeks....||Engagement||06.28.2016|
||The CCDA API is a builder interface that simplifies the parsing and retrieval of patient records stored in CCDA files. The RESTful API allows users to add patient profiles and automate the updating...||Medical||06.02.2016|
||The PopEye API is an analytical solution for computing crucial health parameters of a population on the basis of Meaningful Use Clinical Quality Metrics (CQM). The API that is flexible to both cloud...||Health||06.02.2016|
Applied Informatics HaVOC Health Vocabulary
||HaVoc is a REST based API which offers access to every medical terminology registered in the UMLS (Unified Medical Language System), and is used to implement health and biomedical vocabularies to...||Healthcare||06.02.2016|