We've got some exciting things released this month! *queue the 🎉 please*
Donald Rucker, MD, former National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), has joined 1upHealth, a pioneering Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) platform for health data interoperability. Dr. Rucker joins 1upHealth as Chief Strategy Officer, the next step in his career-long commitment to making healthcare efficient and affordable. Read more here.
"....the opportunity to help Ricky Sahu and the 1upHealth team is so exciting to me. In its short history, 1upHealth is already helping re-imagine healthcare through its efforts to make health information truly computable...I am excited about the opportunity ahead, not just for me or 1upHealth, but for the patients and providers who will ultimately benefit from the foundation we are building."-said Dr. Don Rucker, 1upHealth CSO
The Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule is designed to put a patient’s health record in the palm of their hand. But once we get past the platforms, apps and APIs, what does it really mean for the patients? The panel discussed how patients can actually make use of interoperability to gain greater access to their health records — everything from showing their list of medicines to a new doctor to verifying that their first-grader has the proper Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccination to enter school. It is not about the technology. It is about the peace of mind the technology brings. Learn more.
We have added an endpoint to our FHIR servers for DSTU2, STU3, and R4 to delete ALL resources for a specific FHIR version under a single 1up user ID for which a client ID has authority to do so. You can access this endpoint using either a Bearer token, or using header-based authentication.
curl --location --request DELETE 'https://api.1up.health/r4/purge' \
--header 'client_id: xxxx' \
--header 'client_secret: yyy' \
--header 'Authorization: Bearer zzzz'
We have added additional search params to R4 $everything query for
end. This allows you to retrieve all resources for a given Patient for a specific timeframe. See more information here:
A chained search allows a search to traverse references within the context of a query. The basic syntax for a chained search is:
1up APIs support single-level chained searches. You can't do a chained search using more than one level of chaining.
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:
Users were not able to connect with Sutter Health and reported a timeout and error message. This has now been resolved, and 1up now receives an “invalid client” error back from Sutter’s token service.
Vital signs biomarkers (blood pressure, heart rate, height, weight) was not getting imported into 1upHealth API from Kaiser Permanente has now been resolved.