See into your Redox integrations with Translation Sets

March 19, 2024
Elizabeth Ojo Senior Product Marketing Manager

At Redox, we’re not just introducing features; we’re shaping a future where you have full visibility and control over your integrations. To this end, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of translation sets, a new functionality in the dashboard designed to give analysts more control and flexibility in managing codes and values within any field.

Solve the variability conundrum

In the complex world of healthcare data exchange, understanding and managing different sets of codes is a challenge. Frequently, different sites within a healthcare organization use unique codes to represent the same concept. For example, a 12-lead ECG may be referenced at one site by its official CPT code, but another site may use a specific internal code to reference the exact same test.

Today, Redox successfully manages a comprehensive list of standardized values like sex, marital status, and language within our interoperability platform. However, many other code types are left for customers to manage outside of Redox with the development of complex logic, mapping tools, or other solutions. This changes with the introduction of translation sets.

Take control

With this new feature, you can:

  1. Build and manage value sets within Redox: Say goodbye to the complexity of managing codes within specific applications. With translation sets, you can build and manage mappings or aliases directly within Redox, making your integration processes more seamless and efficient.
  2. Troubleshoot value set issues independently: No delays in taking action. translation sets allow you to troubleshoot any issues with aliases on your own. You have the power to make adjustments and test them without the need for external intervention.

Our commitment to transparency and control is a cornerstone, and translation sets are just the beginning. Stay tuned as we continue to unveil features that empower you to take charge of your healthcare interoperability journey.

Learn more by visiting our dev docs and getting a refresher overview about our developer tools.

Interested in learning more about translation sets? Reach out to your Technical Account Manager or Account Executive (Not sure who that is? No worries, contact us and we’ll get you in touch with the right person).