With Congress in August recess and President Trump on vacation, the debate over Obamacare and whether to leave it, fix it, or repeal it has reached a full stop. The uncertainty about where things will head once the debate resumes is impacting an important corner of the API economy; Healthcare APIs.
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Zynx Health has announced a RESTful API that's compliant with the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard data format. As providers of other EHR systems offer similarly compliant systems, patient data will theoretically flow with less friction across medical practitioners.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Healthcare, Blockchain, and Privacy. Highlights today include several BBVA Compass Banking APIs and an API for integrating technology that determines Diabetic Retinopathy. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Transparency Market Research has issued a prediction that the healthcare API market will reach $243 million by the year 2024. However, it also said the size of the same market was $162M in 2015 (after the first decade of the API economy) which means only 50% decade over decade growth.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Messaging, Healthcare, and Natural Language Processing. Highlights today include an API for real-time analytics of wearable health devices and hardware. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
ProPublica has introduced a new application and API that provide access to healthcare provider information such as how much providers were paid for their services, payments providers received from drug and device companies, and types of drugs prescribed by healthcare providers.
The National Cancer Institute has developed an API that streamlines connecting doctors and patients to information regarding cancer clinical trials. The API pulls data from the Clinical Trials Reporting Program database, which currently includes information on around 5,000 clinical trials.
Health IT standards and health APIs are going to change how patients access their data, according to HealthITInteroperability. A recent demonstration at the Regenstrief Institute showed how patient data can be aggregated and merged from disparate data sources according to the new FHIR standard.
APIs will be mandated as a requirement for all health software used in U.S. government-funded healthcare programs starting from 2018. The goal of the initiative is to spur growth of a new healthcare startup ecosystem and to give citizens full control of their health information.
MHS unveiled the McKesson Intelligence Hub, a platform for enabling interoperability and sharing business intelligence among healthcare apps. McKesson’s vision of interoperability is not limited to data exchange, but goes beyond data exchange to the exchanging of intelligent business services.