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…
What does it mean to be a network?
January 22, 2019
Well, 2018 turned out to be a pretty great year. We put out a release this morning formally sharing the progress. Rather than reiterating, I figured I'd just expand a bit on what that's meant for us.
So, Redox got a patent…
August 29, 2018
Patents invoke strong opinions from software developers. I want to reflect…
Why Gartner named us a Cool Vendor
May 15, 2018
Gartner just released their 2018 list of Cool Vendors, which are companies doing innovative, impactful, and pioneering…
May 8, 2018
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
April 12, 2018
Most healthcare pundits can agree that patients should be in control of their data. There’s actually enough momentum…
Supporting the Human Connection in Healthcare
February 7, 2018
There is a moment in the delivery of health care that is almost magical.
Redox in the New Year: Squeezing into 2018
January 10, 2018
Last week, the ball dropped, a new year dawned, and we smooched our lovers. I woke up the next morning with the breath of a new year and decided to take a look back over our Redox journey to reflect on where we've been and share where we're headed. Surprisingly, our startup journey has closely aligned with the Gregorian year marker. I guess that's the psychology of the new-year's-reset we all give ourselves. Review. Exhale. Restart.
2014 - What do we do with our hands?
We got the band together for the very first time in February of '14 at the annual HIMSS conference. 100health, our first idea/company, was a think tank/incubator of sorts .We should have seen it back then—the business we were launching wasn't the right one. Though true, creating 100health was a necessary step that forced us to live through the problem that we're currently trying to solve—again and again and again. Through experience, 100health showed us that it's far too difficult to innovate in healthcare, and by the end of the year, we were focused on the right problem to solve and the right company to start:
Redox would connect innovators with healthcare organizations through an interoperability platform.
This was my 2014 review (complete with the logo—or lack thereof—we were using at the time). It's amazing how much has changed since then; it's amazing how much has stayed the same. We closed the year with an idea, a $350K angel round, four people, and no customers.
Redox at FHIR Connectathon 16
October 5, 2017
In the beginning of September, Redox participated in FHIR Connectathon 16 in San Diego. It was…
Join Redox at the 2017 Healthcare Interoperability Summit
September 19, 2017
Back in June, Redox put on the Redoxathon, our first developer-focused event that gave hands-on…