Propeller Health API

Propeller Health unveils its very first API

Called Air by Propeller, it provides local asthma conditions to anyone in the US who would like to share this insight with their audiences.
Dexcom API

DexCom launches an API to make CGM data available to developers

Among the companies that have already integrated the API are One Drop, Nutrino, Tidepool, Rimidi, Evidation, Ensa and App Practice.
Partners Connected Health Innovation Challenge

Partners invites developers to disrupt health tech

The Partners Connected Health Innovation Challenge seeks new devices, apps and technologies, and will provide mentorship to winning developers.
Avizia SDK

Avizia’s SDK allows health systems to add telehealth to their apps

The Avizia Virtual Care SDK adds new features to mobile apps while connecting to the Avizia ONE telehealth platform to scale and manage telehealth services.

Apple CareKit now integrates with Tresorit ZeroKit

Tresorit's ZeroKit provides end-to-end encryption of users' account credentials and their health data to the cloud.
HealthTap Cloud

HealthTap Cloud to make life easier for health app/service developers

Powered by the world's first Health Operating System, the platform will provide developers with access to a series of APIs and SDKs to build personalized apps for mobile and the web.
FDA - FTC mobile health guidance

FTC’s new tool helps developers determine whether regulations apply to their apps

The tool asks developers a few up questions, and based on these answers, it determines whether federal laws and regulations are relevant to them.

Medelinked launches new program to help developers make better mHealth apps

Using the new offering, vendors can more easily deliver new connected solutions, and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery.
American Well SDK

American Well launches Telehealth Mobile SDK

Now any organization can embed telehealth directly into their own apps, under their brand, making online care easier to access than ever before.
Research2Guidance chart

Survey: 70% percent of developers rate diabetes highest for its market potential

Other chronic conditions mobile app developers pursue include obesity (38%), depression (23%) and chronic heart diseases (16%).