From the Engineering Blog: How to Do Microservice Chassis and Microservice Scaffolding on a Budget

Posted by Nick Hatt on Dec 14, 2017 12:10:26 PM


This post is from an on-going series from our engineering blog, Shift6, which features developer-focused content. 
For the first part of the Redox Microservices Journey series, click here; for the second, click here

At Redox, we're taking a pragmatic approach to building microservices, especially in how we handle cross-cutting concerns. Most refer to this part of a microservice ecosystem as the chassis—things that every microservice needs to have in order for us to be confident that it's a quality product. The chassis includes:

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Recapping Redox's Bold Predictions for 2017

Posted by George McLaughlin on Dec 12, 2017 11:55:08 AM


Last December, I published a blog post outlining
“7 Bold Predictions for Healthcare in 2017”. As 2017 comes to a close, let’s look back and see whether any of my predictions actually came true.

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Last Week in Health Tech: December 4, 2017.

Posted by Drew Rushmer on Dec 11, 2017 11:36:13 AM


This week, our main focus is mental health, AI, and calls for innovation in areas where the current “state of the art” is, at best, low-tech. Plus, some interesting stuff around the human genome! Here’s the...

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Badass Women in Health Tech: Ashley Moulton Hanks, Clinical Data Manager at Verily

Posted by Sherrell Dorsey on Dec 6, 2017 11:48:46 AM


Ashley Moulton Hanks believes in making information sharing a key component of a patient’s clinical trial journey. As Verily’s resident Clinical Data Manager, thinking about the percent of data capture patients typically don’t share is where Ashley finds significant opportunities to paint wider pictures of the ability to detect and prevent disease.

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From the Engineering Blog: Redox Microservices Journey Part Two, Principles

Posted by TC on Dec 5, 2017 11:42:05 AM


This post is from an on-going series from our engineering blog, Shift6, which features developer-focused content. 
For the first part of the Redox Microservices Journey series, click here

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Last Week in Health Tech: November 27, 2017

Posted by Drew Rushmer on Dec 4, 2017 10:20:24 AM


Machines versus humans, better imaging, the IoT, telemedicine and more, all right here. So, dig in for the last November installment of...

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Why Blockchain Matters for Healthcare

Posted by Julia Zehel on Nov 29, 2017 12:00:03 PM


When blockchain technology first emerged, it was little more than a curiosity with limited potential for legitimate use. Now, most of us only know of blockchain, if at all, as the technology supporting cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.

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Last Week in Health Tech: November 20, 2017

Posted by Drew Rushmer on Nov 27, 2017 11:55:00 AM


While some might be worrying about their waistline after last week’s holiday, this column is a lot more concerned with the ever-growing list of healthcare technologies that just might impact your life directly—and no, the news does not pause to enjoy some pumpkin pie. With that, I welcome you, the intrepid readers of this blog, to...

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From the Engineering Blog: Our Microservices Journey, the Beginning

Posted by TC on Nov 21, 2017 11:50:05 AM


This post is the first from an on-going series from our engineering blog, Shift6, which features developer-focused content. 


Tech teams move to microservices for many reasons. The flexibility that microservices afford hits on a lot of the “keys to success” agreed to in the industry:

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Last Week in Health Tech: November 13, 2017

Posted by Drew Rushmer on Nov 20, 2017 11:33:39 AM


What could be better on Monday than someone else doing your work for you? Well, Redox has done exactly that—at least when it comes to news about healthcare technology. Whether you're first time readers or have been with us since the beginning, welcome, sit back and grab a cup of your beverage of choice, and check out...

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Last Week in Health Tech: November 6th, 2017

Posted by Drew Rushmer on Nov 13, 2017 11:54:12 AM


Greetings! Once again, we bring you only the most important and compelling tidings from the world of healthcare technology (or, at least, from the last week of it).

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Badass Women in Health Tech: Ida Tin, Co-Founder and CEO of Clue

Posted by Sherrell Dorsey on Nov 7, 2017 11:56:13 AM


Ida Tin is the reason why 5 million women in over 190 countries are having intimate conversations about their period with their smartphone. As co-founder and CEO of
Clue, a mobile app that calculates and predicts a user’s fertile window, period, and other important reproductive health data, Tin is determined to help women plan their families with accurate, predictive, and easy-to-use technology.

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