Exchanging healthcare data is much harder than it should be. Redox solves this problem while accelerating digital innovation in healthcare. We help power solutions in diabetes management, cancer treatment, care coordination and more. And we need your help!
Tackling healthcare interoperability requires commitment from our whole team—not just a commitment to solving technical problems, but to supporting each other as we navigate those challenges together.
Dani Henkel, Software Engineer
“When I first joined Redox, I was fresh out of undergrad.…I’ve grown from a timid developer to the tech lead of a small team. I was able to accomplish many things—not just because Redox allowed me to grow—but because Redox helped me to grow.”
When I first joined Redox, I was fresh out of undergrad with majors in Computer Science and Mathematics. I was thrilled and honored to be given this opportunity to be a part of a team that I knew was going to make a big difference.
On my first day, I was still excited, but the excitement had also turned into absolutely overwhelming anxiety. Within the first few hours, it became clear to me that every developer here was brilliant. Like, holy crap they know so much and here I am having just graduated college and I know absolutely nothing.
Let’s be clear — I was half right. The engineers here are brilliant. But, I also did know a few things. Throughout my past almost two years here, I’ve gotten support every single day to improve. No “wow I can’t believe you didn’t know that” comments. At first, I thought that was just because I was the junior programmer in a sea of what I thought were only senior programmers. But then I realized, that it wasn’t just something for me—Redox has an engineering culture of teaching and learning, and I was not the only one that was experiencing it.
Today, almost 2 years later, I’ve grown from a timid developer to the tech lead of a small team. I help with hiring sometimes. I’ve successfully completed a larger project from start to finish. I have an AWS certification. I was able to accomplish these things not just because Redox allowed me to grow — but because Redox helped me to grow.
Tanner Engbretson, Software Engineer
“When I spoke with my coach and said ‘I have an idea…’ it wasn’t met with chiding me for the past project [failure]. It wasn’t met with distrust, or even unwarranted skepticism. Instead, it was met with curiosity and an honest exploration of the idea.”
Early on in my career at Redox I was given the opportunity to work on a project to overhaul how we do persistent queuing. This functionality was of vital importance to many of our services and I was thrilled to be entrusted with its development. To make a long story short, the project was an abject failure for a variety of reasons. All said and done nearly an entire developer-year was spent on a project that ended up in the waste bin.
The aftermath of working on this sort of project is what solidified my trust and confidence in Redox as an organization. When I spoke with my coach and said “I have an idea…” it wasn’t met with chiding me for the past project. It wasn’t met with distrust or even unwarranted skepticism. Instead, it was met with curiosity and honest exploration of the idea. What followed was a period of rapid prototyping, a frenzy of development and at the end of it all, we had a home-grown queueing system, a patent application and a 12-month transition of all of our core services.
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Live Anywhere. Work Anywhere. Create Together.
We provide benefits that allow you to live life by your own design. Redox employees enjoy unmatched autonomy in their work and the support to live a balanced life. We trust you know what you need to be happy, at work and at home.
We want to have the best people at Redox—no matter where you call home. All Redox employees are encouraged to live and work wherever they’re happiest. All you need is power, wifi, and a computer and you’re good to go.
Take a trip somewhere fun, stay home to recover from being sick, or have a staycation to unplug and recharge—we trust you to know what you need. Our best work happens when we feel fresh and inspired. We leave it up to you to decide when you need to take breaks and encourage you to make time for adventure and discovery.
Working in healthcare makes you understand all the challenges life can throw at you. Your health and dental coverage starts when you do to make sure you’re always covered. We provide health and dental insurance for employees, spouses, domestic partners, and dependents.
Redox covers 100% of premiums.
As your family grows, it’s important that you’re there and have time to figure out what your family’s new norm is. You can take 12 weeks of paid time off within the first year of your new addition arriving. We know that they need you and we have your back.
We want you to be able to set up a workspace that allows you to perform at your very best. All Redox employees receive an annual discretionary stipend so you can select what helps you be productive. Whatever it is, we want to make sure you have what you need.
Do something that matters with people who push you to be your very best.
In order to do revolutionary things, we need a team of strong, diverse, mission-focused people. Whether we’re physically together or in our own little corner of the country, we are all focused on getting outcomes based on experimentation, data-driven decisions, and execution—and having some fun while doing it.
We are a remote-first company with autonomous employees who act in ways that reflect our values every day. Our team is built on a foundation of trust and respect doing our part to make healthcare better.
“It’s infectious working with people who are passionate about what they’re working on, and doing things that can change the world.”
Sarah Bottjen, Account Executive
We hire on the basis of values and coach people based on our values. They represent the foundation of our culture and how we want to interact with each other and the world.
Work from anywhere with other people who enjoy meaningful challenges.
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