WingU Cloud API
Perfect Choice for
mHealth Researchers and mHealth App Developers
- Leverage our clinical mobile photo acquisition, storage, management and security capabilities.
- Save time and money. Avoid the high costs and time in learning complex DICOM, HL7, or FHIR protocols, or getting involved in customer integration management projects.
- Use the same WinguMD HTTPS REST APIs that we rely on ourselves.
- Free to use with professional level subscribers
Your Options for Agile Development
FILE DROPs—Yes, File Drops—we do IT the HIPAA WAY
By far the simplest, tried-and-true way to grab the data from our server is for us to drop files off in your desktop or server folders. Just add the BOX App on your desktop. BOX adds the HIPAA-compliant secure file transfers.
We push acquired photos quickly to your designated BOX folder on your Windows or Mac. Scan the directory or use File Watcher APIs in most language platforms to detect the arrival of new images.
We can also provide more information about the file in BOX's Metadata, enough to form a DICOM file for your later use.
REST API Access from Your Backend App
Write your app in the programming language and environment of your choice, for example in R, Python, Express, C#, Scala, etc., and fire REST API calls over the HTTPS protocol.
We use a Java/Scala-based backend in-house, and our mobile apps consume the exact same APIs.
WRITE A Single Page Web APP
The same REST APIs can be called directly from your web applications with, for example, Angular or React codes in the browser.
Deep Linking and uri-based wake-up calls
Your app, including web-based, can wake up BodyMapSnap to show specific studies.
By combining these capabilities with your image processing or deep learning processing, and by pushing the resulting images or textual info (you generate the image ID) to us from your backend, you can provide a seamless experience to your users.
A simple way to integrate, for example, is to form a URI to open a specific part of the app or study, and include the URIs in SMS or Email messages. A URI does not contain any PHI, and it can be used to securely launch BodyMapSnap.
These are a small subset of all our API functions. Please contact us for your specific needs. We're happy to help you with coding advise. Visit the Contact Page.
Create a Patient
Query and Retrieve a Patient
Retrieve a Patient List
- Update a Patient
Create a Study
Query and Retrieve a Study
Retrieve a Study List
Update a Study
Delete a Study
Add an image to a Study
Query and retrieve images per Study
Update an Image or Image Metadata
Delete an Image
Trigger an OCR
Trigger a size estimation algorithm
Trigger a DICOM image export
Query and Retrieve a User or a User List
Invite a user to a Study
Send a message to a user