Bad Ass Women in Health Tech: Elaine Warren, Founder of SurvivorPlan

Posted by Sherrell Dorsey on Aug 16, 2017 11:30:34 AM


Elaine Warren is a decorated technologist with a resume that includes leadership roles at Accenture, the Veterans Health Administration, and Emory University. Having spent the last two decades managing and building technology for the healthcare environment, Elaine now leads the charge as president of SurvivorPlan—a company she launched three years ago to provide personalized solutions for cancer survivors, their clinicians, and their loved ones.

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The Internet Already Knows Everything About You (Apple Watch and Aetna Rumors)

Posted by Rebecca DenHollander on Aug 16, 2017 9:51:20 AM


CNBC drops a
rumor about Aetna providing Apple Watches to their members... the internet responds, some in favor of a “free” Apple watch, others skeptical about the state of their personal health data and railing against the “evil health insurance industry” for raising premiums for members who don’t get enough steps in.

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70 Healthcare Books for People Who Want to Understand the Industry

Posted by Julia Zehel on Aug 15, 2017 10:34:51 AM


It’s no secret that Redox is a company of nerds—tech nerds, sports nerds, book nerds. You name it, and there’s probably someone at Redox who is happy to talk at length about any given topic.

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Health Insurance Companies are Evil, and Other Things People Believe

Posted by Rebecca DenHollander on Aug 10, 2017 2:14:13 PM


What do the tooth fairy, traveling in Eastern Europe, and Google have to do with healthcare tech? Great question. Read on to find out.

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The United States of Digital Health: Therapeutic Devices

Posted by Julia Zehel on Aug 8, 2017 10:40:23 AM


As we've touched on in previous posts, healthcare needs technology in order to advance it's capabilities and deliver on the staggering potential of what tech-enabled healthcare can achieve. 

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Bad Ass Women in Health Tech: Star Cunningham, 4D Healthware

Posted by Sherrell Dorsey on Aug 1, 2017 10:35:00 AM

 
Former IBM executive Star Cunningham has spent over a decade building tech solutions for Fortune 500 clients. Today, she is the founder and CEO of 4D Healthware, a digital platform that helps patients track chronic conditions virtually through wearable devices, scales, and sensors, and share them with their healthcare providers.

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70 Companies Driving the Future of Healthcare Technology

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jul 27, 2017 10:10:29 AM


Redox exists because healthcare needs technology. We need it to help clinicians work more efficiently and health systems improve their services, but most importantly, we need technology in order to give patients the best possible care. 

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Digital Health Done Right: eVisit

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jul 18, 2017 10:14:58 AM


Digital Health Done Right is a Redox Blog Series that shines a light on a member of our interoperable network. We believe in what our partners are doing and want to share their stories and outcomes with you.

The majority of companies we’ve spotlighted thus far in Digital Health Done Right are focused on improving one vertical or workflow in healthcare—Gauss, for example, tackles the problem of measuring blood lost in surgical settings, and Natera simplifies how parents undergo genetic testing.

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Long Time Health Tech Nerd, First Time Telemedicine User

Posted by Erin Trimble on Jul 13, 2017 9:26:16 AM


I’ve spent most of my career at the intersection of healthcare and tech, and it’s safe to say I’m more than a little obsessed with all things digital health. But, I have a confession to make—up until last week, I’d never had a virtual visit with a doctor.

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Digital Health Done Right: Pager

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jul 11, 2017 1:57:59 PM


Digital Health Done Right is a Redox Blog Series that shines a light on a member of our interoperable network. We believe in what our partners are doing and want to share their stories and outcomes with you.

For many, going to the doctor isn’t necessarily a pain point, but rather an inconvenience—you have to set aside your morning, afternoon, or maybe even an entire day to take either yourself or a loved one to the doctor’s office.

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The Redoxathon Recap

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jul 10, 2017 9:25:41 AM


On Friday, June 23rd, Redox took a big step toward realizing our goal of creating a Developer Community—that is, space, content, and events created for the developers who actually build out the solutions driving healthcare forward.

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Digital Health Done Right: ArtistaMD's Smart Care Platform

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jul 6, 2017 10:11:29 AM


Digital Health Done Right
 is a Redox Blog Series that shines a light on a member of our interoperable network. We believe in what our partners are doing and want to share their stories and outcomes with you.


As we highlighted a few weeks ago, referring patients to outside organizations and specialists is a common occurrence among medical professionals, because sometimes things are just a little beyond the scope of a PCP. If you go to see your doctor for a sprained ankle, but it turns out you fractured a bone, you’re going to be referred to a podiatrist. Similarly, if you come in with jaw pain but are actually in need of a dental surgeon, you’d be sent to see one in the area.

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