Human API, the nation’s largest consumer-centric health data network, has announced a partnership with Complete Wellness Solutions (CWS), to enable fitness tracking and wellness programs for their employer customers. Utilizing the Human API platform, CWS can now connect data from a network of hundreds of wearable devices, activity trackers and health apps through one simple consumer experience. With Human API embedded into the CWS corporate wellness portal, employees at companies across the Midwest can connect their own wearable devices and apps, including Fitbit, Apple, Garmin, Strava, GoogleFit, MyFitnessPal and many others.
Chuck Zumbrun, the Chief Information Officer at Complete Wellness Solutions, explained the value of the Human API partnership. “Human API enables us to offer a frictionless bring-your-own-device approach to employee wellness. Instead of building and maintaining integrations with multiple activity trackers, we can now access hundreds of devices through a single relationship. We embedded Human API into our wellness platform in less than two weeks and started collecting real-time data immediately.”
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“CWS is an ideal partner for Human API; they modeled data across their client base to confirm that verified activity – via device integration – yields statistically significant results in core areas of health improvement, like Blood Pressure and Weight Loss,” said Christian Wieland, SVP of Growth at Human API. “We are excited to be part of the equation with CWS to truly impact the lives of their end consumers.”
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In addition to tracking key metrics such as steps, activities, sleep, and weight, Human API now offers detailed heart rate data and blood pressure information through a standardized API. As employers and health plans push beyond wellness programs into population health management, Human API enables the integration of clinical data into the same platform, empowering consumers to connect and share their medical data from a rapidly expanding network of electronic health records (EHR), labs, and pharmacies in order to see their achievements in addition to their activity.