The Healthjump Sandbox Environment provides potential customers a preview of several Healthjump products. The below guide will walk you through sandbox access to 4 core features:
- The Healthjump App
- Database Explorer (DBX)
Please note that the sandbox environment utilizes synthetic patient data. Using synthetic data in our sandbox environment allows developers to test our APIs, Tools, and data structures before deploying.
The Healthjump API is the primary way many Healthjump customers interact and connect to their practice data. The authenticate, the user will need the following:
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secret Key: Included within attached environment file
Further details on how to use the Healthjump API can be found here: apidocs.healthjump.com
Healthjump recommends using postman to test and experiment with the API.
Attached to this article, you will find our standard data model API collection and sandbox environment JSON. Both can both be imported into Postman.
In addition to our APIs, Healthjump offers customers the ability to access their data via unloaded files from the data warehouse into an AWS S3 bucket.
To access these files within the sandbox S3 environment, use the following credentials:
Access Key ID: AKIAIN32WFZGCXK5O76Q
Secret Access Key: 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
You can use tools like Cyberduck. s3Explorer, or the AWS CLI to access S3.
The Healthjump app is our front-end UI which allows our customers to manage their connections, add new connections, access DBX, set up automated QA, and much more. To access the app, please visit beta.healthjump.com and use the following credentials:
Please note, the ability to set up new connections and add users is disabled for our sandbox account.
DBX is Healthjump's data exploration tool. It allows our customers to query, explore, and present the aggregated data within their data warehouse. To Access DBX, login to the app with the Sandbox credentials listed above, and click on DBExplorer in the left navigation bar:
Details on using DBX can be found here: Healthjump DBX Overview
If your run into any issues, please email us at support.healthjump.com. Thanks!!