Health History

Access Patient Mediated Clinical and Claims Data Faster Than Ever

Acquiring clinical and claims data can be a laborious and costly process, often resulting in datasets that are not timely, not normalized, and in multiple formats. 

At 1upHealth, we created Health History to solve this perpetual industry challenge by developing a FHIR®-based API established on proven web technologies that make it easier to access patient authorized medical record data. 

As part of ONC’s 21st Century Cures Act, healthcare organizations are now required by federal law to give patients access to their clinical and claims data using patient mediated access FHIR APIs. 1upHealth has created an expansive, robust network of clinical and payer endpoints for individuals to select from and make a request, and which includes access to both clinical EMR and patient mediated read-only data. 

Built as an out-of-the-box solution, our Health History application provides an easy user interface and a method to configure and automate the ingestion process of cleaning and consolidating legacy data into a modern FHIR standard.

Key Benefits

  • Out-of-the-box, fully automatable solution.
  • Start requesting clinical data quickly in under an hour after signing up and making an appointment with our services team. Simple configurations can take an average of only 15 minutes! 
  • Transform data into a single, clean, modern FHIR format – no more outdated, disconnected legacy data.
  • Eliminates the traditionally slow, manual process for accessing clinical data, saving you money and resources in the process.
  • Designed for a wide variety of use cases such as chart retrieval and data aggregation.

How it Works

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The Health History search directory contains thousands of payer and provider systems that have published APIs allowing patients to share their claims and clinical data. When a connection is made, the various data types are sent to the 1up|Data Platform where they undergo an ingestion process to clean and consolidate.


Once a user selects a healthcare provider, the individual will be brought to a page to authorize sharing of medical data with your organization by inputting your organization’s name in the corresponding field.


Once the data is acquired, the data undergoes an ingest process to convert into a common FHIR format.