Data interoperability

2024 HL7® FHIR® DevDays Top 5 takeaways (a newbie’s take)

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.

Will industry outsiders save healthcare dollars through data?

With every sector of the economy feeling the effects of ever-increasing healthcare costs and no relief in sight,…

Pager anti-patterns and heuristics for successfully automating pages

At Redox we have been using PagerDuty for almost the entire history of the company. The ability to…

HL7 standards: The implementation process, unique challenges, and solutions

Within healthcare, there’s a single organization that sets the standards for most clinical data. HL7 was created…

Introducing R^FHIR

Today we are very excited to announce the launch of R^FHIR – our solution for developers that…

Preventing the next Cambridge Analytica from using your medical records

Most healthcare pundits can agree that patients should be in control of their data. There’s actually enough momentum…

How many visits does it take to get an ACL…

In August, I tore my MCL, ACL, and possibly my meniscus. Of course, I didn’t know at the…

A method to the data: Plurality of concerns part II

At Redox, we have embarked on tackling a huge problem: interoperability. I’m stealing the title of one…

5 reasons you should send developers to HIMSS

Niko recently wrote a great article about Redox’s vision Supporting the Human Connection in Healthcare. One image…

Is this the beginning of a real disruption in healthcare?

When Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos, and Jamie Dimon get together, they have interesting conversations. When they make a …

Supporting the human connection in healthcare

There is a moment in the delivery of health care that is almost magical.

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