Posts Tagged: US

How Does Open Banking Apply to US Banks?

Open Banking has been on our radar for several years now, with Nordics APIs first publishing a post on PSD2 back in 2016. Since then there’s been continual coverage in the financial industry press on the promise of Open Banking, with predictions of a “revolution” as FinTechs unlock the banking market and provide the tools, apps, and functionality that bank customers want yet are not provided by their banks. Read more

API City Conference Wrap Up

Last week I was fortunate enough to attend and speak at the first-ever API City conference in Bremerton, near Seattle. Organized by Tessa Mero, Developer Evangelist/Advocate at Cisco, API City has grown from a local APIs and IPAs meetup to become Seattle’s starling API conference. Read more

How APIs Are Streamlining Healthcare

Managing healthcare records can be a painful experience, for both patients and doctors. Though extensive medical records are kept on patients to be made available to new caregivers, accessing them is not always an easy process.

In the UK, records are held digitally (usually General Practice (GP) records) yet some are still written by hand (details of hospital visits, etc.). Read more

Privacy Laws and International Data Exchange: Comparing EU and US Standards

In the data world, every second, millions of lines of data are transferred containing personally identifiable information, passwords, profile contents, and authorization systems. These lines of data are collectively protected by a variety of laws, each interlocking to form a network of often confusing and contradictory limitations and protections. Read more