Digital Health Done Right: NowPow

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jun 20, 2017 11:54:32 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.

When communities grow, they develop ways to help residents keep track of information that begins to scatter: phone books, activity schedules, resident directories, and almanacs among other things. Granted, some of these methods have become obsolete, but still, these catalogs were born from the need to organize, systematize, and make information readily available to those who need it.

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Interviews from Healthcare's Frontlines: Dr. Stephen Breneman

Posted by Corey Dahl on Jun 19, 2017 10:37:04 AM

 With access to more healthcare data than ever before, medicine is at a pivotal moment in its history. Redox is fortunate to have a front row seat to watch as innovative solutions redefine technology’s role in healthcare, and with us, our network is on the forefront of this new wave of digital technology adoption, too.

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Health Tech for the People: P2Health

Posted by Sherrell Dorsey on Jun 14, 2017 9:52:16 AM


The average invitation to happy hour rarely involves a quest to transform public health outcomes, but for Vanessa Mason, drinks with friends was the perfect platform to challenge why tech had yet to answer the call to prevent chronic diseases. 

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Digital Health Done Right: Natera

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jun 13, 2017 11:12:35 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.


Many healthcare companies take a reactionary approach to treating conditions—they manage pre-existing diseases or help determine which care path will enable patients to heal quickly and efficiently. To be sure, this approach is entirely necessary, and these types of applications give people the tools they need to take control of their health. But at the same time, applications that take a proactive approach to healthcare are just as valuable. 

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Last Week in Healthcare: Who's Behind the Senate's Secret Healthcare Bill?

Posted by George McLaughlin on Jun 12, 2017 11:16:43 AM


While the rest of the world tuned into last week’s episode of “The Commander in Chief” featuring a dramatic testimony from former FBI Director James Comey, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell quietly moved to accelerate the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

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“Cell”ular Computing: Reprogramming Human Nature

Posted by QuHarrison Terry on Jun 8, 2017 11:29:45 AM


Nature is the best innovator; however, sometimes innovations such as disease and sickness hurt rather than help us.

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Digital Health Done Right: Carevive

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jun 6, 2017 10:43:47 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.


Cancer is one of the leading causes of death around the world, and The National Cancer Institute provides some illuminating numbers on it’s projected growth: they estimate that the number of new cancer diagnoses will rise from 14 million to 22 million within the next two decades and that nearly 40% of men and women will develop cancer in their lives. In terms of the cost of cancer, they project that the national expenditure for cancer care could rise from $125 billion (in 2010) to $156 billion by 2020.  

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Obamacare vs. Trumpcare: The Town Hall Debate Coming to a City Near You

Posted by George McLaughlin on Jun 5, 2017 10:49:47 AM


One of the most interesting (and encouraging) byproducts of the ongoing battle to repeal and replace The Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) is the surge of grassroots activism by concerned citizens looking for answers.

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The Health-Aware Home is Better than the Smart Home

Posted by QuHarrison Terry on Jun 1, 2017 3:48:33 PM


Innovations in the home have revolved around making a “smart-home”, which can be controlled from anywhere. 
But, the truly revolutionary in-home innovation is the creation of the health-aware household.

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Digital Health Done Right: Lantern

Posted by Julia Zehel on May 31, 2017 12:58:18 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.


Since May is
Mental Health Month, we thought we’d round out this month’s Digital Health Done Right series with a healthcare company who created a platform that gives people access to clinically-proven programs for improving mental well-being.

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Couples Counseling – Coming to a Wrist Near You

Posted by QuHarrison Terry on May 25, 2017 9:27:24 AM


When X and Y don’t get along, sometimes they need Z to intervene. That’s one simplified explanation of couple’s therapy—when a couple can’t come to an understanding together, they utilize a third party to help uncover and mediate the problem.

Apparently, a human isn’t the only one for the job now.

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A Call for OpenNotes

Posted by George McLaughlin on May 24, 2017 9:52:23 AM


It’s a simple concept with powerful implications: give patients access to their clinical notes. Let patients review their caregiver’s analysis and give them an opportunity to add additional information or correct mistakes. Make summaries and instructions available so patients can review responsibilities and take ownership of their health. Pull back the curtain and provide patients total transparency into their health. Embrace the guiding principle of, “
nothing about me without me”.

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