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MolecularMatch, a clinical informatics company providing Precision Medicine software solutions for oncology, announced the release of MMPower v4, the latest update to its Clinical Decision Support platform. This new release adds expanded therapeutic guidance and a new Software Developer's Kit.
Today at the Blue Button Developer Conference at The White House, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a pilot program for a new Data at the Point of Care API. This new API aims to improve patient care by giving Medicare providers seamless access to patient claims data.
NVIDIA has released the Clara Deploy SDK to give developers a platform for designing and deploying AI-enabled medical imaging pipelines. The SDK provides a framework for defining application workflows and enables the creation of optimized AI models for medical imaging used in hospital systems.
New technology and innovation in the Health field is fueled by collecting, analyzing, and connecting data, and driven by Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Developers looking to create health applications can start with this list of important APIs in ProgrammableWeb's Health category.
As modern medicine advances, it gets more connected, and driving this innovation are APIs. Any developer looking to create applications in the medical arena can look to ProgrammableWeb for finding useful APIs. The 10 most popular APIs based on visitor traffic are listed in this article.
Polar is an industry leader in heart rate monitors. The company recently announced SDKs and an API so that third party apps can integrate and analyze data pulled from these heart rate devices. The SDKs and API currently work with two Polar models: the Polar H10 and the Polar 0H1.
Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is an international interoperability standard for the exchange of healthcare data. Through a new API, Microsoft is providing streamlined access to implementing FHIR in cloud environments. Microsoft handles FHIR-related operations and compliance.
This list of APIs from 2018 encompasses earth and Human Health, Environment, and the Internet of Things. Developers looking to develop applications for Home Automation, Fitness, Healthcare, Weather, Climate, Energy, and Sustainability may find these choices worthy of a look.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs has announced its first Health API. The Health API adds to VA's growing suite of APIs as the agency looks to become more technology driven and API-first. The Health API will help Veterans gain better access to and control over their private health data.
Personal Remedies has set a goal of combatting chronic illnesses through diet. It is empowering a community of self-healers through its AI-based knowledge base that finds food and nutrient based remedies for certain illnesses. Now, the "choose this" for "this disease" is accessible via API.
Apple has created a new Movement Disorder API that will be added to ResearchKit, its open source framework that is designed to let medical researchers gather data. Using the API, developers will be able to implement all-day monitoring on Apple Watch devices running watchOS 5.
ClearCare, a leader in home care technology, has launched an API for its home care platform. The API will help streamline communication between the various service providers in home care with other stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem including hospitals, insurance companies, etc.
Over 57 million Americans get their health insurance through Medicare. However, one barrier to significantly improved care has been the free flow of Medicare claims data between dissimilar systems. According to the US Digital Service however, version 2.0 of the Blue Button API should fix that.
Google has announced early access to its Cloud Healthcare API. The API provides access to a solution for ingesting and managing key healthcare data. The API also allows users to make that healthcare data available in order to apply machine learning and enable analytics in the cloud.
This article is part of a multi-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2017. Health, IoT, and Environment APIs are covered in this segment. The APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
Fitbit has released OS Developer Preview 3 which includes the new Power API allowing apps to display device battery charging information, the addition of the brightnessOverride parameter to the Display API, and a permissions requirement. The company also announced the #Made4Fitbit App Challenge.
Polar has released a new API developers can use to build apps that leverage user data stored in the company’s cloud service Polar Flow. The Polar Flow service stores user information such as exercise activity, training activity, and sleep patterns. This information is recorded with Polar products.
Propeller Health has opened new access to its asthma conditions forecast technology. The Air API is open and free for users to integrate with third party apps and services. Propeller's predictive technology gathers weather and pollutant data to make asthma conditions forecasts for geo locations.
Dexcom, a continuous glucose monitoring solution provider, has launched an API that grants access to continuous glucose monitoring data. Use of such data is completely at the discretion of the user, on an app by app basis. The goal is to give users options to interact with glucose data.
Medical record exchange is an area where many technical challenges have been addressed. A big factor in the inability of medical record exchange is the hospitals themselves. They block information and APIs. Bruce Fryer recently had two experiences getting medical records and shares what he found.