This morning, CommonWell Health Alliance announced that it would partner with Redox and other CommonWell members to build new application programming interfaces (APIs) to expand the services of its network and increase value for patients and caregivers. Our part in this equation comes in a few different flavors.
Redox has been on this interoperability journey for a few years now. Today, we announced that we closed our Series B round led by our new partners at RRE Ventures. Raising outside capital forces an organization to convey a vision for the way the world should be and show considerable progress towards making that vision a reality. I’d like to share a bit of that vision and progress here today.
I'm turning 30 this year, in a few weeks actually. Last night, my wife and I reflected on the past year and where we want the next to go. I told her that I feel like I'm strapped to a rocket ship with my best friends, and even when I come back to earth to be with her and our newborn, my head is sometimes still in the clouds. It's a jostling juxtaposition that I guess I need to grow into.
The end of September and the beginning of fall has brought with it some new features and welcomed updates to our core product offering. As they say, new season, new EHR integration platform (or something like that).
Redox, the leading electronic health record (EHR) integration platform, announced during a demo at Health2.0 they are rolling out new developer tools that will allow digital health application developers to integrate with drchrono, Allscripts, and athena demo environments through a single API. These demo environments will dramatically augment the suite of dev tools available to application developers to share data with any EHR used at the hospitals or clinics they work with.
Nettie woke me up at 5am on Saturday, "My water broke, and you should see this sunrise!" She was a silhouette of orange and pink sky standing above a towel. We were six days past the due date and expecting labor to start. I struggled out of bed and prepped the hospital bag, made breakfast, tried not to freak out. It wasn't until noon when contractions started. Over the next few hours, they grew in intensity and progressed to around five minutes apart. They say not to go to the hospital until you hit around three minutes. I called our doula who came right over to begin her work. By nightfall, contractions had intensified but the frequency was still around five minutes. We decided to go to the hospital anyway.
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:
One of the most amazing parts of building a network of health systems and digital health applications that can easily share data through our platform is all the incredibly talented people we get to work with on a daily basis. From brilliant app developers building solutions that will drastically improve patient care to the interface analysts and IT teams who valiantly keep all of these systems running and evolving- we get to interact and partner with really awesome people!
Something we pride ourselves on here at Redox is our ability to listen to our customers and make swift changes/ additions to our offering. Over the past couple months the number one request for additional functionality from partners and prospects alike was the ability to create and access information stored in clinical notes. Well, we listened, and today we are incredibly excited to announce release of our 14th data model- Notes!