We’ve built the largest real-time health data network in the US, controlled by consumers
We empower people to share their health data so companies can create and deliver great consumer experiences.
Integrations with 20,000+ unique data sources in the U.S.
Clean, structured health data to power your apps and workflows
Human API powers medical research at UCSF
UCSF is a large academic health system that uses the Human API platform to connect patient data for clinical research and outcomes studies. UCSF has embedded Human API into their Health eHeart study, enabling more than 200,000 patients from around the country to share their health records and device data. These patients have health data everywhere -- medical records with other providers, claims data with their health plan, prescription data with their pharmacy, and digital health data on their devices. Human API connects all this external data and empowers patients to share it with UCSF for medical research.
Use Human API to power your apps, digitize your workflows, and become a brand your health consumers love
Streamline clinical trial recruitment and digital patient registries with EHR data
Build the next generation of health services using our embedded medical and wellness data APIs
Accelerate life insurance underwriting with real-time health data and structured medical history
Engage health plan members and improve data collection for risk adjustment and quality reporting
Connect patient medical history and health activity from thousands of EMRs, labs, pharmacies, and devices
Human API powers Omada Health
Omada Health is a digital therapeutics company that has created online behavior-change programs to address chronic diseases, such as diabetes. Because Omada members use a variety of wearable devices, activity trackers and glucose monitors, Omada leverages Human API to access a single integration point for all external wellness data, regardless of the device. The extensive Human API data network and data normalization engine enables Omada to support multiple devices with limited IT resources.