In today’s interconnected world, seamless communication between different systems is crucial for operational efficiency

The Kipu API (Application Programming Interface) plays a pivotal role in facilitating this communication. Every day, nearly one million messages are exchanged between Kipu and non-Kipu systems using our robust APIs. These interfaces allow third-party developers to work with Kipu to access and manipulate data, enabling a seamless integration of services.

Kipu’s instances boast an extensive list of 41 APIs currently available, with more being added regularly to accommodate the evolving needs of our clients. These APIs provide a multitude of integration options that can help extend the platform’s capabilities to meet a wide range of business needs, from basic data retrieval to advanced functionalities.

Over 1 millions messages exchanged between Kipu and non-Kipu systems every day

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At Kipu, we believe in the power of collaboration. Our API is designed to foster partnerships and facilitate the seamless integration of services, ultimately contributing to the success of our clients and their patients. By providing developers with the tools they need to integrate their systems with Kipu, we are working together to create a more connected, efficient, and effective healthcare ecosystem.

API access

If you are a Kipu client or a developer working with a Kipu client, you will need a set of keys to access the API. Please complete this form with all the required information, and an API Access Agreement will be sent via email. Once both parties have signed the agreement, the keys will be delivered to the developer. Please allow up to two business days for the agreement to be processed. Please Note: If you are a developer and not currently working with a Kipu client, you will need to submit a partner request above instead.

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