The Pokitdok Ruby Library offers developers full access to the Pokitdok API services. With this library, developers have a way to communicate with the API using Ruby on Rails, enabling their customers to directly use the Pokitdok services directly from their applications.
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.
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.
Kasabi has just moved into public beta. The private beta is over, and Kasabi is openly ready and willing to become your data marketplace. This is similar to what the primates over at InfoChimps are doing: building a community around data sets and APIs. The Kasabi API collection feels like a first attempt at standardizing the task of designing an API for accessing a dataset.