We've got some exciting things released this month! *queue the 🎉 please*
We've added more health plans to our endpoint directory, which includes health plans (payers), health systems (providers), and other FHIR® API connections. To access the 1up FHIR endpoint directory, visit here.
The health plans we've added this month:
Health Plans Name
AmeriHealth Caritas Delaware
AmeriHealth Caritas District of Columbia
AmeriHealth Caritas Florida
AmeriHealth Caritas Louisiana
AmeriHealth Caritas New Hampshire
AmeriHealth Caritas North Carolina
AmeriHealth Caritas Pennsylvania
AmeriHealth Caritas Pennsylvania Community Health Choices
AmeriHealth Caritas VIP Care
AmeriHealth Caritas VIP Care Plus
Blue Cross Complete of Michigan
First Choice VIP Care Plus
Keystone First Community Health Choices
Keystone First VIP Choice
Select Health of South Carolina
To make it easier for you, we're re-publishing regulatory content published by HHS in the Federal Register. The following content is public and is in no way owned by, or proprietary to, 1upHealth. Learn more here.
1up's platform enables an end to end FHIR® API enabled enterprise data warehouse which combines internal and external data. You can work with any structured data and enable consistent APIs and Data Analytics infrastructure via common open standards. Scope of access can stay locked down to support your organizations data governance policies under one umbrella. Finally internal, external, and interoperability apps can integrate with this common platform. Learn more here.
Centralize Data, Governance, and Access
_revincludeparameters request that the search results include additional resources ("included resources") related to the resources directly matching the query ("primary results"). Using these parameters is more efficient than making a series of requests to retrieve these additional resources separately.
Some examples include:
MedicationRequestresources, and for each resource returned also returns the target of the
subjectreference which might be a
Patientas defined in the FHIR specification.
MedicationRequest?_include=MedicationRequest:subject:Patientis similar but only returns
MedicationRequestresources, and for each resource returned also returns any
Provenanceresources where the
Provenancerefers to the matching resource.
1upHealth has a repository to put sample data for different purposes The structure will evolve. For now, simply place new sample data in a well named directory. The data can be JSON bundles or ndjson files. We've recently made updates to latest HL7/carin-bb/input/examples. Check it out here.
A flaw in Log4j, a Java library for logging error messages in applications, has been identified as containing a security vulnerability. The 1upHealth security team conducted a thorough analysis and determined that the overall risk for 1upHealth and our customers is minimal. Our serverless infrastructure is secured with a private network and not publicly accessible which reduces the surface area for attacks. Additionally, 1upHealth is not actively using the Log4j library in our FHIR platform or in our public endpoints. The Log4j library is in the process of being removed out of an abundance of caution.
User management is central to 1upHealth's APIs. These endpoints allow you to create users, and manage their permissions and data. We've identified a fix for the User Management reported 500 error. To learn more about our User Management API: https://1up.health/docs/api/user-management/guide.
The 1upHealth App Gallery is a central place for all of the FHIR-enabled applications on our FHIR API platform. This month we've had several apps connect to our payer data, where they are now able to display your patients claims and benefits data, all in one place.
Interested in being listed in the 1upHealth FHIR app gallery, or check out all the apps? https://1up.health/health-apps/gallery
We're flattered to be selected by BostInno as one of the startups to look out for out of the many organization that have applied. Looking forward to continue the work in the new year! Read more here.
The Digital Health 150 is CB Insights' annual ranking of the 150 most promising digital health startups in the world, and we're honored to have made the list from a pool of over 11,000 companies, including applicants and nominees. Read more here.