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Optum cyber security event: Redox connections are secure

Last week Change Healthcare, part of Optum and United Health Group, was hit with a cyber security event. As a result, systems throughout the Change Healthcare network were shut down to help isolate and contain the incident. Systems are expected to be offline through at least Tuesday, 02/27/2024.

HL7v2: Hurdles to overcome (and how Redox helps)

HL7v2 has been in use for quite a long time in the healthcare industry. It powers much of…

Integrating your telemedicine solution With Redox

Whether increasing access to clinical services for remote patients, improving health outcomes by enabling faster diagnosis and treatment…

Financial data model: Patient transaction details

Whenever a transaction event (either a credit or a charge) occurs within an EHR, a new charge is…

Media data model: Document sharing

The Media data model enables document sharing within a patient’s chart, particularly the sharing of PDFs or JPGs. Redox…

Inventory data model: Health system supply tracking, updates, and usage

The Inventory data model can be used to keep an accurate, up-to-date account of a health system’s supplies.

Surgical scheduling data model: Operating room scheduling and information

This data model is designed to generate a specific subset of scheduling messages pertaining only to the OR.

Vaccination data model

This data model provides data exchange regarding all vaccinations administered in the hospital setting and also those administered…

Flowsheet data model

This data model allows for the integration of clinical data including discrete nursing documentation and patient assessment information in…

Notes data model: Discrete and nondiscrete clinical notes

The notes section of each medical record is written by a patient’s healthcare professional during hospitalization or outpatient…

PatientSearch data model: Information-based patient query

This data model is useful for when an application doesn’t have the health system’s patient identifier—typically the MRN—but does…

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