Bad Ass Women in Health Tech: Michelle Longmire, CEO of Medable

Posted by Sherrell Dorsey on Sep 19, 2017 10:26:11 AM

Michelle Longmire was raised by a family of scientists, so when she went on to become a lead researcher at Stanford and eventually launched her own health tech company, the career path was more than fitting.


Counterpoint: Digital Health is Just Getting Started

Posted by Matt Ripkey on Sep 14, 2017 11:49:17 AM

Recently, CNBC posted an article by Rob Coppedge titled "Digital Health is Dead, Says this Health Tech Investor". Obviously, such a bold headline caught the attention of just about everyone at Redox, and the article (and our thoughts about it) circulated through our Slack channels for about a day. 


The Next Wave of Technology Adoption in Healthcare: Brigham Kicks It Off with Redox

Posted by Niko Skievaski on Sep 13, 2017 8:14:24 AM

For those of you following our journey these past few years, you might be wondering how the recently announced partnership with Brigham Health fits into our developer-first approach to interoperability. I want to spend a few minutes to share where this journey has taken us and how this developing strategy fits into our vision for the future of health tech.


4 Things a Healthcare IT Nerd Learned at Burning Man

Posted by Nick John on Sep 12, 2017 10:57:00 AM

Lately, there’s been a lot of discussion about the convergence of tech and art, specifically when it comes to Burning Man. As highlighted by
Tech Crunch, the annual arts festival is beginning to be seen as the ultimate respite for creative technologists looking to express themselves.


Bad Ass Women in Health Tech: Dr. Vonda Wright

Posted by Julia Zehel on Sep 7, 2017 10:45:41 AM

We took our Bad Ass Women in Health Tech series on the road to interview Dr. Vonda Wright at Health:Further in Nashville, Tennessee. She's the Medical Director for UPMC's Lemieux Sports Center, a pioneer sports medicine researcher, and lauded public speaker. Beyond that, Dr. Wright is one of the few female orthopedic surgeons in the country—and has authored five books as well. 


Healthcare Accelerators for Startups

Posted by Julia Zehel on Sep 6, 2017 12:35:51 PM

Incubators and accelerators have become prominent within health tech due to their obvious and quick-to-realize value—they help bring people together and give fledgling companies access to otherwise-hard-to-obtain resources. Back in our startup days, Redox participated in a few accelerators, and we're no strangers to incubators either.


Bad Ass Women in Health Tech: Chrissa McFarlane, CEO of Patientory

Posted by Sherrell Dorsey on Aug 30, 2017 10:43:16 AM

Earlier this year, Chrissa McFarlane made headlines for raising
$7.2 million in three days via online blockchain token sales of her company Patientory. Just under 2,000 investors placed their bets on the blockchain-based distributed EMR storage computing platform.


Inching to Interoperability

Posted by Rebecca DenHollander on Aug 25, 2017 1:09:51 PM

I volunteer at an amazing organization here in Madison, Wisconsin, that serves disconnected youth by training practical trade and business skills in construction and conservation while helping them obtain a high school diploma. Part of my work is tutoring young adults in math.


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.


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.


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.


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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