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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.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Customer Relationship Management, Music, and Transportation. Highlights include the Google Cloud Healthcare API and an API for space launch information. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
There are a wide range of music services on the internet that developers could tap into to create music applications, and there are hundreds of APIs available for developers to use for those applications. Here we highlight the most popular music APIs that are listed on ProgrammableWeb.
Google's Cloud Healthcare API is now available in beta. The API is meant to act as a bridge between on-site healthcare systems and applications hosted on Google Cloud. The goal of the API is to give hospitals and other healthcare facilities more analytical power over their data.
After incredible growth of the initial Adobe Exchange app marketplace, Adobe has introduced the next generation of the platform. This new generation includes powerful APIs that empower developers with access to the Adobe Experience Platform. The marketplace currently includes over 10,000 apps.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Documents, Gambling, and Sentiment. Today's highlights include an API for automating forms in applications, and an API for adding digital waiver functions to apps. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will release new capabilities this summer providing Veterans who receive care at VA with the ability to access their personal medical data using the Health Records on iPhone feature from Apple.
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.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently faced with the reality that their legacy system, one that processes 4% of the US GDP, needed to be modernized for a number of reasons. This is the story of what USDS is doing to address the situation and keep a mission critical system online.
DrChrono has announced upgrades to the DrChrono API which includes some new endpoints such as are Clinical Quality Measures (CQM), Clinical Notes, Tasks, Billing, and Labs. The company has also added new webhooks to the DrChrono API and launched a new FHIR API that focuses on patient experience.
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.
Bud launched as a single hub, or marketplace where banks can access the many tech services currently available and continuing to be developed in the FinTech space. Bud has taken the next step in its goal with the announcement of Bud Exchange (a developer portal for access to the Bud Network).
Apple today released the Health Records API to developers and researchers alike tap into the growing amount of data generated by and stored on mobile devices. The end goal is to let consumers manage their medications, diseases, nutrition -- all of which can be viewed and managed on their iPhone.
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.
Fitness trackers collect reams of data, but that data not always used effectively. Fitbit's wearables are about to get a lot smarter. The company said it is collaborating with Google to push health data generated by its fitness trackers to the cloud where medical professionals can put it to work.
Since their introduction in 2015, Progressive Web Apps have been viewed as a potential way to break the grip that native apps have had on the mobile app ecosystem. The most effective way to reach users still is to publish your app to one of the major app stores, but which one plays best with PWAs?