In October of 2020, Google announced a public preview of its Cloud Healthcare Consent Management API and established a roadmap for developing this resource into a valuable asset for healthcare application developers and clinical researchers. This API has now transitioned to general availability.
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Simbo.ai, a provider of medical record documentation products, has announced a new API that will allow healthcare providers to create voice-based Electronic Medical Records (EMR) programmatically. The new SimboAlpha API leverages automated speech recognition to power its feature set.
HealthVerity today announced the commercial availability of its integrated cloud platform offering flexible technologies that empower healthcare enterprises to design and build their own unique data strategy, data workflow or data universe, all in a privacy-protected manner.
PointCare, an insurance coverage platform that assists enrollment teams with qualifying patients, has launched a new API that provides healthcare organizations with insurance and benefit options. PointCare’s Qualify API highlights the power of APIs to enable agility in industries like healthcare.
As of today, there are fourteen contact tracing apps in the continental United States. The most recent additions are in North Carolina, New York, and New Jersey. All are interactive with states with contact tracing apps built around the Apple-Google API.
Inovalon has announced the launch of the Inovalon DataStream API, allowing any authorized cloud-based, traditional enterprise, or mobile app software system to benefit from the power of comprehensive patient-specific data and analytical derivations on-demand and in real-time.
Fitango Health has launched a library of customizable APIs enabling providers and payers to add innovative patient management capabilities that integrate active patient engagement, telehealth and secured messaging, health analytics, and Durable Medical Equipment management.
Developers, companies, and governments are working collaboratively and individually to bring out their best efforts at contact tracking and tracing. This article takes a closer look at tracing tools and apps used in the United States.
Vericred expanded its ICHRA Development Kit to include an ICHRA Affordability Calculator API. The calculator allows employers to calculate the minimum contributions it must make to employees' health insurance costs, and how much an employee would receive in subsidies if it opts out of a plan.
Sendbird recently added voice and video functionality for its in-app chat feature, now the company is announcing that the APIs that make this possible are HIPAA compliant. Additionally, Sendbird Desk, the company’s embeddable support feature for chat, social, and video has also achieved compliance.
Vericred, a data services company simplifying the exchange of information between health insurance and employee benefit carriers and InsurTech companies, today announced the immediate availability of level-funded plans through its Group Rating API.
Microsoft has expanded Azure Cognitive Services Text Analytics. Text Analytics for Health allows users to extract and analyze unstructured medical data. Microsoft trained the engine with a broad range of medical data sets including clinical notes, clinical trials protocols, and more.
This week, Ireland's Health Service Executive introduced a COVID-19 Tracker app. The app uses the Exposure Notification API built by Apple and Google. The app is intended to help contact trace and slow the spread of coronavirus. The app is now available from the App Store and Google Play.
Redox, a provider of an interoperability platform for healthcare data exchange, has recently teamed with FDA-authorized COVID-19 testing company Curative to send COVID-19 test results to various state public health departments. This partnership has seen projects launched in 24 states.
mHealth, also known as mobile health, is a completely new way of patient interaction with a doctor and patient care. It relies on mobile devices and wireless technologies to facilitate the process of obtaining medical care for patients. This article looks at some of the best mHealth APIs.
Google has announced that it will be moving the company’s Cloud healthcare API into general availability. The API is the result of an ongoing partnership between Google and Mayo Clinic and serves to provide scalable access to unified healthcare data.
OpenMed announced the launch of the "Corona Checker" App on iOS App Store and "OpenMed Checker" on Google Play - an AI symptom evaluator coupled with coordinated definitive testing through a network of CLIA certified labs and medical professionals to provide test sampling, for qualified users.
New York State has announced a new technology service partnership program that aims to accelerate the state’s technological response to COVID-19. The initiative is specifically encouraging partnerships with individuals that work in product management, software development, data science etc.
Organizations across the world have been joining forces to host global hackathons aimed at solving the myriad issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. ProgrammableWeb has been tracking these competitions to provide developers with details on how to get involved.
The World Health Organization and tech giants including Microsoft, Slack, Twitter and WeChat are teaming up to help support a global hackathon meant to help improve outcomes for all parties affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The hackathon will start accepting submissions on March 26th at 9AM PST.
The CDC recently reported that it will no longer report the number of persons tested for COVID-19, nor the number of negative tests returned. Because states are now driving the testing effort, the CDC no longer believes its data can be meaningful. The COVID Tracking Project looks to fill the gap.
Weather Source, a provider of weather and climate technologies for business intelligence, is offering free access to weather and climate data for the purpose of COVID-19 research. The Weather Source dataset is a curated continuum of historical, present, forecast, and climatology weather data.
Health Gorilla announced that its API can now be used to place COVID-19 test orders and receive test results from a number of diagnostic vendors. The lab network API is used by thousands of providers and health organizations worldwide to enable electronic lab ordering and results.
The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has finalized two rules aimed at delivering US patients better access to their own health data. Two different departments under HHS (ONC and CMS) have issued these rules, and both rules require the use of APIs for easier patient access to data.
You’ve been tasked with utilizing a HIPAA compliant fax API for your company or client. You understand what fax is, but how do you make it HIPAA compliant? If you Google search HIPAA compliance you will see things like needing a BAA, cover pages, disclaimers, and massive fines for HIPAA violations.