User Management Reference
As of August 2021 we no longer support sending client_id and client_secret via URL query parameters. They must be send via request headers (preferred), or form body (less preferred)
When interacting with the user API, the client_id and client_secret should be passed in the request headers. While still supported, sending these attributes in the request body is not recommended.
get
https://api.1up.health
/user-management/v1/user
Get Users
post
https://api.1up.health
/user-management/v1/user
Create User
put
https://api.1up.health
/user-management/v1/user
Update User
put
https://api.1up.health
/user-management/v1/user
Deactivate User
put
https://api.1up.health
/dstu2/Patient/patientid/_permission/oneup_user_id_to_gain_access
Grant Permission to User
delete
https://api.1up.health
/dstu2/Patient/patientid/_permission/oneup_user_id_to_lose_access
Revoke Permissions From User
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