How High School Football Prepared Me for Life in Healthcare

Posted by Andy Lebovsky on Nov 14, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Have you ever returned a punt in a football game? It’s terrifying.

Not only are you wearing one-size-fits-all pads that are meant for someone six inches taller than you, but there are eleven guys running as fast as they can toward you who’s sole purpose in life is to hit you with such force that you…

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How Enterprise Apps are Paving the Way for Consumer Health

Posted by Julia Zehel on Oct 31, 2016 11:00:00 AM

The empowered patient is a dream of many healthcare technologists. Watch our co-founder Niko Skievaski outline how the work we are doing today to integrate enterprise digital health solutions is actually laying the groundwork for the future of consumer health.

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Press Release: Cloud-Based Applications Interoperate With Cerner, eClinicalworks, Epic and Others Through a Single API

Posted by Julia Zehel on Jun 21, 2016 5:00:00 AM

These Innovative Solutions Augment the Functionality of Various Electronic Health Record Systems, Delivering Expanded and Improved Patient Care at Numerous Health Systems Across the Country

MADISON, WI—(Marketwired - June 21, 2016) - Redox, an integration platform that enables applications to easily and securely share data with electronic health records (EHRs), announced the integration of five cloud-based software applications which address some of the biggest challenges in the healthcare industry. Since closing their Series A investment in October of 2015, Redox has been scaling its ability to help cloud applications integrate with various legacy EHR vendors used at health systems. Today, hundreds of developers use the Redox platform to provide healthcare systems with innovative applications that improve patient care. Among these are:

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Five Quick Lessons in Integration

Posted by Devin Soelberg on Nov 9, 2015 11:00:00 PM

Many of you reading this are uneasy about blood (stop reading if you’re about to pass out), but what you should really be afraid of is unnecessary blood transfusions. Gauss Surgical can give you the specific stats, but we’re convinced. Their application, Triton, captures pictures of blood-filled specimens in the OR and calculates the estimated blood loss of that specimen using computer algorithms. Better blood calculations, increased awareness, fewer unnecessary transfusions (and it's FDA cleared). Gauss recently went live with Triton at HackensackUMC (press release), powered by Redox.

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What to Expect When You're Expecting...to Integrate with a Health System

Posted by Devin Soelberg on Oct 27, 2015 11:00:00 PM

Congratulations! It’s been something that you’ve been planning for a long time, but when you get the news, it’s still a shock. It’s actually happening. Cue the tidal wave of intense emotions. Excitement, fear, optimism: everything is about to change.

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Why you shouldn’t do EHR integration

Posted by Niko Skievaski on Oct 15, 2015 11:00:00 PM

EHR integration can improve a user’s workflow while eliminating errors caused by data entry. And the more deeply integrated you are, the more your users will depend on you, making your product sticky—a good place to be. For these reasons, EHR integration has been touted as a primary feature and badge of pride for software applications who have figured out how to pull it off. I talk to startups every day who are eager to earn this badge so they can appease their customers, scale their products, raise money, and ultimately make a dent in healthcare. But what’s surprising is that the groups who do these things most effectively start without EHR integration in scope.

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