API List

We support 100+ APIs (and it’s constantly growing) that make patient and clinical data available to third party applications. The categories below were designed to easily digest which areas of the EHR are supported so you can find the right resource for your application.

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APIs that exposes unique user accounts in the EHR. This includes user accounts for Patient Portals as well as the EHR user accounts.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with detailed allergy and associated reaction information for a specific patient.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with detailed appointment information and enable writing of new appointments.

 
 

 

APIs that expose the unique configuration of a particular EMR instance. These are used to better understand the unique data elements and reference codes used for a particular system.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with detailed diagnoses and problems for patients.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with a list of documents and document body content for a specific patient.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with a list of medications and medication details for a specific patient. NOTE: Only supports writing of home/historical medications.

 
 

 

APIs interact with a list of inbox messages and message content for a specific user’s inbox account.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with orders and order details for a specific patient. EXAMPLE: Patient Care, Lab, Diet, Consult, etc.

 
 

 

APIs interact with a list of flowsheets and flowsheet details for a specific patient. EXAMPLE: Vitals, Lab Results, Clinical Information, etc.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with patient administration functions such as patient details, patient encounters, and patient care team.

 
 

 

APIs that expose details related to a patients history such as family histories, social history, immunizations, and past procedures.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with available patient lists including patient registry lists.

 
 

 

A real-time query that looks across a patient population to identify record changes that occurred for a specific date range. The intended use is for consumers to call population APIs on a regular interval to keep pace with activity record changes that happen in the EMR database.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with provider details for a specific provider.

 
 

 

APIs that interact with detailed patient referral activities.

 
 

 

The ability to execute specific reports available in the EHR.

 
 

 
 

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