Data interoperability

Finding the future of interoperability with Redox: Part 3 –…

Brendan from our Solutions Engineering team outlines how digital health vendors can use Carequality via Redox Access to reduce their integration time to value and deliver data-driven patient care.

Finding the future of interoperability with Redox: Part 2 –…

Brendan from our Solutions Engineering team explores the current state of HL7® v2 and HL7® FHIR®, and how Redox can drive a FHIR-based application experience even when data exchange partners prefer to use HL7 v2.

Finding the future of interoperability with Redox: Part 1 –…

Brendan from our Solutions Engineering team gives an overview of the current state of bulk FHIR support among EHR vendors and outlines Redox’s capabilities for bulk data extracts via EHR FHIR APIs.

Crystal Ball Chronicles: Reflecting on Out of Pocket Health’s 2024…

Pryce Ancona, a Redox data engineer in the trenches, dissects Out of Pocket Health’s 2024 predictions. Did they foresee what healthcare leaders are demanding? Which strategies does the current healthcare economy reward? Plus, how are regulations shaping innovation?

Real-world FHIR mapping use cases from HL7® FHIR® DevDays

2023 HL7® FHIR® DevDays in Amsterdam stood out in a few ways, and in case you weren’t able to make it to the event, here’s your chance to digest the newly uploaded session recordings.

FHIR R5 is here

HL7.org has announced FHIR® R5 is officially released. Find out what's new about this fifth version of FHIR.

60.2% of digital health builders in a recent survey are…

3 things to do now. Whether you were able to stay through the entire FHIR interoperability considerations…

In full view: Redox recs on FHIR and digital health…

67% of providers and 61% of payers expect their organizations to use APIs at scale by 2023* Not…

X12 got you down? Light it on FHIR with Redox.

X12 standards are complex and inflexible for developers who are used to working with modern API resources. It is nearly impossible for every organization to have sufficient internal X12 expertise to deal with these transactions at scale. Redox’s X12 to FHIR capability is a solution for developers looking to optimize their payer/provider administrative workflows without becoming experts in X12.

Distributed cache for highly available local representations of remote bounded…

The need for a Distributed Cache As our products have evolved from monolithic services to microservices, sharing data…

Event driven architecture with Kafka and RabbitMQ

With the continuing journey towards microservice architectures, Event-Driven Architectures have become highly popular. Its flexibility is rooted in…

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