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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services APIs (10)
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| Blue Button||The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Blue Button API enables Medicare beneficiaries to connect their Medicare claims data to applications, services, and research programs. The API...||Healthcare||04.30.2018|
| CMS Blue Button||The CMS Blue Button API enables developers with the ability to register a beneficiary facing application, and a beneficiary to grant an application access to, four years of Part A, B, and D claims...||Data||03.06.2018|
| CMS Quality Payment Improvement Activities||The CMS Quality Payment Improvement Activities API allows developers to get a complete list of Improvement Activities, one of the four performance categories for the Quality Payment Program. This API...||Healthcare||12.09.2016|
| CMS Quality Payment Advancing Care Information||The CMS Quality Payment Advancing Care Information API allows developers to get a list of all measures for the Advancing Care Information category, which is one of four performance categories in the...||Healthcare||12.09.2016|
| CMS Quality Payment Submissions||The CMS Quality Payment Submissions API is a RESTful service that enables submissions and real-time performance scoring of Quality Payment Program (QPP) data. API responses can be returned in JSON or...||Healthcare||12.08.2016|
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