Today’s healthcare networks typically use their own EHR (electronic health record) systems that are incompatible with the record systems of other networks and do not allow for the simple exchange of health data among doctors and facilities.

With APIs, doctors can finally know that all patient history is consolidated in one place and is easy to access.

Clinical trials often fail to produce conclusive results because the pool of patients who participate is too small.

All of these acts regulate who has access to what is known as PHI – personal health information – and how this information must be managed and protected.

It never hurts to study the competition, so we also looked into a number of existing APIs that are commonly integrated with healthcare apps and researched how they can be used.

It consists of several medical and wellness blocks and offers plenty of useful features like managing patient profiles, reviewing prescriptions, storing test results, and providing access to vitals.

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