Recent global events have caused March to prove a very news-heavy month all around, and tech stories are no exception. Here is a look at this month’s API news roundup – March 2020 edition.
Healthcare API Market Revenue is Poised to Reach U.S. $234.2 Million by 2024
The healthcare API market is expected to witness robust growth in the near future as healthcare continues to adopt cloud solutions for better patient care, amidst increasing push by governments. The global healthcare API market is also witnessing a growing demand for cloud-based APIs which make it easier to integrate data, and provide critical access to patients for interaction during critical emergencies.
How API Design and ecosystems drive the insurance experience
Minimizing risk is lucrative. The better the experience, the more members of the ecosystem will know when and how to interact in ways that can improve their lives. Balancing the two outcomes drives the insurance experience. This article explores the art of the possible when considering the administration, development, and management of the growth and prosperity of the insurance industry using APIs in the current landscape.
The expense of healthcare and how APIs can help
The cost of healthcare is a huge concern for the U.S. government, our healthcare industry and frankly all of us. Today, exciting things are happening in healthcare thanks to APIs and digital technology.
Six tips for working remotely
Events around the world are putting digital transformation to the test, as many companies adopt no-travel and work-from-home policies (of course, not all work can be done remotely). There is a lot of technology out there for remote workers: File Sharing & Content Collaboration solutions like Syncplicity, Box, Dropbox. Also chat tools like Teams, Slack—conference tools like WebEx, Zoom. But it’s not just about technology, a lot of it is culture.
Are System APIs a Good Idea?
Cashfree, one of India’s biggest business payments platforms, has announced that it has launched a new suite of payment products aimed at lending companies and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs), to facilitate easier loan disbursals across all platforms, according to a press release.
Say Farewell to the Last Part of Instagram’s Legacy API Platform March 31
Instagram issued a reminder to developers that its final Instagram Legacy API (application-programming interface) permission, Basic Permission, will be disabled March 31.
Thank you for reading our API News roundup – March 2020. We’ll see you next month with more API headlines.
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