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Snake_Byte #3 Statistics!

Welcome to the 3rd Installment of Snake_Bytes TODAY we are covering Python and Statistics   So many of you may have remembered your statistics class...

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Smart Contracts using a Turing complete language

As we continue to add support for the DokChain, enabling more business related transactions, we are also scrutinizing the mechanics and performance of the frameworks...

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Snake_Bytes: Generators

Welcome to the second installment of Snake_Bytes! Today we're going to take a quick glance at generators. Normal functions produce one result from their body...

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Dokchain Technical Deep Dive - Part One

In the last post, we introduced DokChain and discussed where we are heading as the definitive platform for the business of health. While we have proven and solved...

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Welcome To Snake_Bytes

I would like to welcome everyone for the first installment of what we are calling Snake_Bytes just little nibble of some #Python snippets.  Various developers from...

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ansible stuffs - how to securely get SSH fingerprints/public keys from newly created AWS instances

A spin off from Ansible SSH bastion host for dynamic infrastructure in AWS, this post documents how to gather EC2 instance SSH public key from...

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Updates to PokitDok's Eligibility & Trading Partners APIs

We have an exciting update for PokitDok's Eligibility and Trading Partners APIs! Previously, our eligibility endpoint required all four patient identifying request parameters (first name,...

2016_0630

PokitDok takes on Pharmacy Claims and Eligibility

After releasing three pharmacy APIs, the pharmacy team at PokitDok decided to take on the NCPDP telecommunication standard (hereafter just called NCPDP), the pharmacy industry...

2016_0628

Navigating Pharmacy Formularies: The Old Way & The New

Formularies are lists of medications that insurance companies use to inform members which drugs are covered under their pharmacy benefits. They are usually found as...