Syndicate text and multimedia content with this API and storefront.
Use this suite of Application Programming Interface (API) platforms to share web content across multiple channels. Mobile and tablet applications, widgets, and web pages may use the APIs to deliver and update content. The APIs allow content reuse and reduce development costs and product time-to-market. The APIs are available as .NET or Java instances. For more information, see the ReadMe.txt file in the downloadable zip archive. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs office (ASPA) developed these APIs in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Tobacco Products (CTP). The CDC, FDA/CTP, HHS/ASPA, and the National Institute of Health’s National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH/NIAID) use these platforms. https://syndication.hhs.gov http://tools.cdc.gov http://tools.niaid.nih.gov http://tools.fda.gov
Not just another electronic medical record. Web Based Open source, uses pdfs,tifs. Allows users to log in and view medical records by requesting access - the owner of the repository grants access to view online, email, or print PDFA. Windows, Java
Visual Software used in the medical field for developing a comprehensive system to capture and analyse image based medical conditions.
Basic Software implementation of an swedish framework for message security in swedish Health Care. The framework consists of existing xml security standards from W3c ,Oasis etc.
Here you will find software and documentation for bioinformatic tools developed and used at the Vanderbilt Medical Center's Mass Spectrometry Research Center. Tools that are awaiting publication may not be available to the public yet.
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ePresence was an open source project maintained by the University of Toronto from 2001 to 2008. It has been forked and commercialized in 2008 by the lab ex-employees as a private enterprise. Please visit http://epresence.tv for further details.
onevan is an Open-source projects