The first employee to join Redox and join the cause for effortlessly sharing data with EMRs, TC has been shaping and building our modern API since the company's inception. He has always been passionate about solving “an incredibly difficult and urgent problem facing a very important industry”. When not enabling digital health solutions to easily achieve EHR integration, TC can be found playing basketball and spending as much time as possible outside. He enjoys hiking in the mountains with his wife, Allison, outside their home in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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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


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:


Interoperability is how Healthcare can Escape the Echo Chamber

Posted by TC on Nov 15, 2016 1:11:06 PM

I’ve probably seen 20 different articles since the election talking about echo chambers and the idea that social media (along with the people we surround ourselves with) simply echo back to us what we already believe to be true.


Managing Patient Identifiers

Posted by TC on Jan 25, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Managing patient IDs in healthcare IT is difficult. There's no way around it. Patient P at Health System H might have 20 different identifiers; at least one per software vendor, and in the case of the major EHRs like Epic and Cerner, they could have 5 different IDs for one patient just within that system. And, of course, when you look up that same patient in a different health system, they will have a completely new set of IDs.


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