FHIR Platform for Providers

Gain access to external clinical data, run population health analytics at scale, and improve your overall patient experience with access to 3rd party apps.

Our FHIR platform allows providers to exchange health information with industry stakeholders

1upHealth opens the door to new opportunities for improving care: with the ability to effortlessly share data, providers can automate workflows, reduce costs, and promote continuity and coordination of care. Through our FHIR APIs, we can enrich patient data by enabling 3rd party contributions, promoting capabilities like population health analytics. 

Our Products for Providers

EHR Integration

Integrate directly with health systems across top EHRs to receive data from a single FHIR® endpoint for your entire member population

1upHealth Connector

Integrate your apps with 7K+ hospitals and health centers for patient mediated access to clinical data for your members in minutes using 1upHealth Connector

PopHealth Analytics

Access aggregated data from providers for entire member population on our FHIR® Bulk Data platform to enable population health analytics using ANSI SQL queries, bulk FHIR® APIs, or existing analytics tools

Provider Application

Leverage our EHR-agnostic FHIR® application to integrate directly into provider workflows (e.g., for gaps in care, prior authorization workflows, etc.)

Why 1upHealth

Built on FHIR

Our HIPAA-compliant platform has been built on FHIR® from the ground up. We take data and normalize to canonical FHIR® format available via RESTful APIs. Build for the future with us.

Access to 7K+ Hospitals & Health Centers

1upHealth provides a common RESTful API across 7K+ hospitals and health centers (our network) for patient-mediated access to 250M patients.

Network Resources

Reference our Quick Start Guide on how to get free API keys and connect to our network of health systems in less than 30 minutes for patient mediated access to medical records.

Stay Ahead of Evolving Standards & Regulations

We are setting the standards for FHIR Bulk Data and leveraging information directly from HL7, CMS, and ONC. To learn more about our thoughts on how the industry is evolving, check out our latest blog posts.