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You will find some examples and a list of already provided and available healthcare API’s for a first impression. To get access to the API and play around with it simply request your key here.

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Build Your Own API-Dashboard in 5 Minutes

API Sources for Example Dashboard*

Publisher:
Niucare

Description:
Average heart rate per hour of Patient Zero.

Data-Source:
http://www.niucare.systems/data_hour.html

Data Points:
1. date (Date-Time-Value)
2. value (Heartrate)

Publisher:
IDS – Mobile Patient App for Protocolling

Description:
Daily body weight of Patient Zero, protocolled by the patient on a mobile app.

Data-Source:
http://www.niucare.systems/weight_daily.html

Data Points:
1. date (Date-Value)
2. value kg (Weight in kilogramms)

*) As the above-listed data sources are only for showcase purpose, there is no guarantee regarding availability or security. For professional usage of data and patient information, you should get in touch with us and ask for API access.

Learn to work with Niucare Healthcare Data: What to do with an API?

In this example, we quickly explain how to build your own “dummy service” with available healthcare data. We build a dashboard, based on Google Sheets. This could be also Excel, a mobile app or web app or whatever front-end application you like to use the data for.

At first we figure out what we want to know and for what purpose. In this example, we’d like to create a dashboard, which visualizes two different data sources. One showing the heart rate of a patient (in this case our patient zero, a real person wearing a Fitbit). Another showing the body weight of the patient. Both should help us to see how the patient is doing. Again: a very basic example. A real use case should include blood pressure, activity level and such to get a full picture.

As described above, we want to have a dashboard for monitoring a patient’s heart rate and compare it with his body weight.

For this, we need two data sources. One showing the heart rate of a patient; in this case our patient zero, a real person wearing a Fitbit. Another showing the daily tracked body weight.

On the left side, you’ll find both exemplary data sources, provided through Niucare. The first data source provides us with the measured heart rates. The second gives us the tracked weight, which the patient logs through a medical mobile app.

Now we start to build our Dashboard (which could be also a mobile app, a software, an electronic health records or whatever service you are building)

  1. Create a new, empty Google Spreadsheet on Google Drive
  2. Create 3 table sheets in total. One for heart rate, one for body weight, and the last one for visualization.
  3. Go to the first table and enter import the data for heart rate into the first cell. Do so by simply write >>=importData(“http://www.niucare.systems/data_hour.html”) <<
  4. Repeat this for the second data source in the second table. Enter >>=importData(“http://www.niucare.systems/weight_daily.html”) <<
  5. Consider changing the cell formats of column A in table 1 and table 2 to “date-time-format” for heart rate or “date format” for body weight. Else, this might look a little bit of gibberish 😉
  6. Now you can create graphs and play around with it
  7. Copy the graphs into your third table to make it a beautiful dashboard

Now run your dashboard 🙂

We linked to our final GSheet to check out how we have built a very basic and [simple table dashboard].

For more advanced use cases or the usage of medical data and patient information as well as including your in-house data (e.g. devices, controlling numbers, current cases, etc) you should get in touch with us.