Roundtrip and Redox Partner to Deliver a Complete View of the Patient Journey to Care Innovators Everywhere
January 28, 2020
Partnership ensures interoperability with IT systems across care settings for a comprehensive view of patient movement…
The Redox Podcast: Episode 3 – An interview with Dr. Fatima Paruk, Microsoft's Chief Medical Innovation Officer
December 9, 2019
Niko sits down with Microsoft Chief Medical Innovation Officer Dr. Fatima Paruk to discuss innovation in healthcare.
Digital Health Done Right: NeuroFlow
May 21, 2019
Good news, everyone: the stigma surrounding mental health is slowly fading away. People, corporations and even payers are…
Digital Health Done Right: Murj
February 27, 2019
It’s easy for companies to write lofty mission statements about their tech changing the world and saving lives,…
Digital Health Done Right: PointClickCare
November 6, 2018
Digital Health Done Right is a Redox Blog Series that shines a light on a member of our…
Badass Women in Health Tech: Deborah Kilpatrick, CEO of Evidation Health
September 5, 2018
Whenever Deborah Kilpatrick speaks on panels or meets with venture capitalists in Silicon Valley, people are…
Digital Health Done Right: Healthify
May 29, 2018
Digital Health Done Right is a Redox Blog Series that shines a light on a member…
Data-Enabled Strategy for the Social Determinants of Health
April 17, 2018
Social determinants of health (SDOH) has turned into the feel-good buzzword of the year. Broadly defined,…
Leaders of Innovation: Lesley Solomon of Dana Farber Cancer Institute
February 13, 2018
Adopting innovative technologies in healthcare is something that has the power to transform care delivery, but it's also something that requires intensive thought, analysis, and planning. But above all, innovation adoption requires leadership that deeply understands the pain points and needs of the providers and patients they serve.
Leaders of Innovation: Chen Cao of Brigham and Women’s Hospital
January 23, 2018
Last week, we kicked off our "Leaders in Innovation" blog series with a spotlight on Roy Rosin of PennMedicine. The goal of this series is to hear from the actual people driving the adoption of innovative technologies in healthcare—and learn about the initiatives they're most excited about in 2018.
This week, Innovation Analyst Chen Cao of Brigham and Women's Hospital discusses how their innovation department (iHub) focused on building a culture of collaboration in 2017, and what pain points they're looking to address in the new year.