GETHealth is a unified solution to access health and wellness data from hundreds of wearables (such as Fitbit, Strava), apps and medical devices using just one interface.
We are team of MDs, PhDs, Creatives and Engineers based out of NYC and India, who have been working in healthcare space for over a decade.
Currently the practice of medicine and healthcare is mostly heuristic driven. There exist big gaps in our understanding of human body, diseases and health. We really believe in the upcoming digital health revolution and using that to turn healthcare upside down with data driven medical science.
We have build and maintained systems for top 5 US medical centers and top 6 global pharmaceutical companies. We know a thing or two about security, HIPAA, audit logging, backups and such. Besides, we do not sell data in raw or aggregate form.
Although the odds of getting hit by a lightning are non zero (its actually 1/1,190,000 incase you are wondering). We maintain multi-zone replication and backups. And if you been through the Internet Apocalypse of April 2011, we also provide GET Health as a hosted/on-premise solution that can sit within the safe confines of your servers.
The hacker plan is intended for startups, individual developers or citizen scientists who want to take up things in their own hands. We are giving up to 100 FREE connected users! Our definition of startup is a business entity with less than 10 employees. We will happy to extended the limit if you are experiencing an explosive growth!
You will be billed monthly on the Hacker Plan. The payments will be made online through credit card. The Enterprise Plan has options to make annual payments and payments can be made via check or credit card.
A connected user is defined as a user who has connected one of his/her device to share their data. Note this is different from users created on GetHealth.io API, for example you can potentially link 100 user accounts but if only 5 of them connect a device then connected user count = 5. The monthly connected user counts will be number of maximum cumulative users connected to GetHealth during the given month. Note that if some users disconnect for partial month they will still be counted as a connected user for that month. The billing will kick in from the day the connected users cross the maximum connected user threshold for the given tier.
Yes. We provide on premise hosting. We also support cloud hosting providers like aws, linode, and digital ocean and use the data centers of any region they support.
Yes. Our services are under active development and we add new devices based on popularity and customer requirements.
Subject to availability of client APIs and customer requirements.
Yes we do support posting data on FHIR based systems.
We support FHIR based systems and we also have integration with OpenClinica.
Currently we don’t support webhooks, but, we are actively working towards it. We provide APIs to call to sync the user data and then you can call any API call to get the updated data.
We support FHIR based EHRs.
Yes we sign BAA for HIPPA.
Data from multiple user data sources is managed and stored by GetHealth internally. Developers can pull data using source filter in the API calls to selectively get data from different sources for a user.
Yes, all data is stored and managed in a HIPAA compliant way.
Get Health is HIPAA compliant. We do not grant unauthorized access to user data neither allow any auditing on sensitive data.
Yes. While signing up with GetHealth, you will be required to accept GetHealth terms and conditions and abide by GetHealth policies and data sharing agreements.
The API call uses the “Account Access Key” to validate the request. The UID is the developer assigned ID to the user created, which can be later user to fetch a “User Access Key” using the same API call if the user with the UID already exists. No other parameters are supported.
You can leverage HealthKit by using our custom app (not included in GetHealth plans) which can sync the HealthKit data to GetHealth. Healthkit does not provide any other way to fetch the data. eg. cloud API.
We can connect to any FHIR supported EHR system. If Cerner supports Cerner we can connect to it.
You can test GetHealth by using any free plan.
No, you don’t need to. GetHealth will manage it on the backstage for you.
GetHealth will prompt you with device specific authentication and authorization which are pretty standard and secure. Once you authorize your profile for particular device, you allow GetHealth to access your data (with scopes you choose), although you can disconnect anytime.
You will get normalized data across devices, charts you can fire up. We have dev support to walk through some examples.
Callback URL is specified by you while creating your organizational profile. You can read up on callback URLs for oauth1/2.
We recommend paying a visit to restroom and then grab a cup of coffee because you will to be hooked-on for next couple hours.