Of the many APIs we published this week, eleven were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those eleven, which include the Ribbet API. Ribbet is a photo-editing tool providing users with various different tools and filters. Along with these basic tools and filters comes more complex photo collage making functionalities. These include more extensive editing tools similar to that of Photoshop. The Ribbet API allows developers to integrate the Ribbet photo editing functionality into their websites. To learn more about the Ribbet API visit the Ribbet site as well as the Ribbet API blog post.
Doctors’ handwriting is bad beyond legend. They hate typing and it’s a waste to have their staff transcribing dictation when there is so much else they could do. Entrada makes that chore disappear by supporting dictation on almost any device from phones to tablets to computers, and then transcribing the text and prepping it for placement inside the patient’s electronic medical record. Now thanks to Greenway’s API, Entrada’s services are available to medical practices who are using the Greenway PrimeSUITE solution for managing EHRs.
A growth in the number of new APIs being created to act as quantified self data tools could lead to a new wave of personal health applications. Data streamed via quantified self APIs could also potentially create new empirical datasets to support emerging sciences. The Moves API, Pokelog API and a forthcoming Human API all point to greater interest in pulling personal data into new applications.
Practice Fusion, the leader in web-based electronic health records, has launched a Medical Imaging API. The API release comes just prior to updates to the EHR Incentive Program that will require physicians to order and receive medical images electronically. Through API integration, imaging centers can serve all of their clients via a single interface.
Of the many APIs we published this week, ten were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those ten, which include the Converser API. The Converser API is a communication platform that brings businesses and developers in better contact with their customers and users. Functionality includes the creation of offers, polls, questions, and compensations to be sent to the customer at will. On top of this, real time tracking when users are actively using and application with the Converser API. To learn more about the Converser API visit the Converser site as well as the Converser API blog post.
How Are You? Is a UK-based application that provides a free service for NHS patients and NHS healthcare professionals, enabling them to create personal online health records that can be easily managed and shared where necessary. This kind of application has the potential to greatly enhance and improve the future of eHealth, and by providing the How Are You API, the service makes it possible for its handy functionality to be accessed and integrated with other applications.
It’s after five o’clock, and you’ve got a weird rash running up your arm. You call your doctor, but instead end up talking to an after-hours operator, who jots down notes, hangs up and then calls the doctor for you. Ringadoc feels patients would rather interact with their doctors directly, so it has developed an automated answering service that lets physicians receive and manage after-hour voice messages from patients. The company just released the Ringadoc API to help keep these interactions HIPPA compliant.
Pinterest API continues to be elusive. Ringadoc API streamlines out of office communication between doctors and patients. Plus: SlickText.com readies for an API launch next week and 10 new APIs.
Appy Pie extends capability of mobile apps builder by adding new APIs. SmartClip wins the SmartFile Platform Bake-off Contest. Plus: Kin Lane speaks about the big opportunity in the API space..
athenahealth teams up with Mashery. Nevatech’s Sentinent 3.1 has new API support. Plus: Securenet’s new mobile payment tools, Swisscom selects Apigee, and 3 new APIs.