We've got some exciting things released this month! *queue the 🎉 please*
1upHealth is now offering health plans free baseline testing to determine if their Patient Access application programming interface (API) is connecting to third-party developers as required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Rule. To schedule a test, visit https://1up.health/product/fhir-api-testing
With 1upHealth, you can "subscribe" to a query using a FHIR Subscription Resource. This means that you can be notified for a creation or update event for any FHIR Resource that matches a FHIR query. The reported bug for EHR data import has been resolved. To learn how to set up FHIR subscriptions, visit here.
There have been updates made to 2 of the api's within the 1upHealth API Collection:
- 1.Create New User
- 2.Generate New Authorization Code for Existing User
For both of these api's, the
client_secretshould now be specified within the request body and these values are no longer accepted as request parameters in the url. Sending data via the request body is much more secure than sending data as request parameters limiting the unnecessary exposure of data.
Please see these updates within the Postman Collection found at link https://1up.health/docs/start/quick-start-guide/postman-collection
The 1upHealth App Gallery is a central home for FHIR interoperable apps. We're excited to add:
There are growing initiatives and calls for focusing greater attention to social determinants of health and their impact on population health, especially during a global pandemic to efficiently track and provide care. Several emerging strategies are being used to begin to address social determinants, such as the use of health impact assessments and applying "health in all policies". Access the recorded webinar to learn how technologies like FHIR and Blockchain enable SDOH.