The OHDSI WebAPI is a RESTful service layer which provides access to Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics data and method execution. The CDM is designed to support the conduct of research to identify and evaluate associations between interventions including the outcomes caused by these interventions such as; procedures, healthcare policy changes, condition occurrences, drug exposure and more. OHDSI is a multi-stakeholder, interdisciplinary collaborative that is striving to bring out the value of observational health data through large-scale analytics. The community enables active engagement across multiple disciplines and spans multiple stakeholder groups like clinical medicine, biostatistics, computer science, epidemiology, life sciences, researchers, patients, providers, payers, product manufacturers, regulators and more.
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30-04-19 18:47:41[Brief] 15 Notable Health APIs updated with Related API Observational Health Data Sciences CDM Web
21-01-19 05:34:26Changed scope to single purpose
08-05-17 12:39:26Subcat, approve
05-05-17 12:21:32[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Hayo, bunq, Paylocity, CGTrader updated with Related API Observational Health Data Sciences CDM Web