This Java Sample Source Code is athenahealth's More Disruption Please API samples. The libraries are used to help facilitate access to the API. Each package has a naive implementation of using the API, as well as a library and a testing script to use that library.
Imprivata has launched an API for its OneSign single sign-on product: the OneSign ProveID API. OneSign offers a specialized single sign-on solution custom tailored to the healthcare industry. The new API allows developers in the healthcare industry to deliver electronic health records in a virtual desktop environment.
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.
With the proliferation of devices like Fitbit, a growing amount of health data is being collected about consumers. APIs allow for this data to be integrated with data from other sources into a variety of apps and platforms. Device makers Fitbit, Withings and Jawbone do this for the consumer market. Increasingly platforms like Aetna Carepass, Kaiser Permanente’s Interchange and Runkeeper’s Health Graph are showing that APIs can be used to create digtal health apps.