Cerner develops, licenses, supports, and sells proprietary EHR software applications, known as ‘Cerner Millenium’ and ‘Cerner Sorian’. Cerner’s applications support patient care, including registration and scheduling; clinical systems for doctors, nurses, emergency personnel, and other care providers; systems for lab technologists, pharmacists, and radiologists; and billing systems for insurers.
Redox’s cloud interoperability API connects healthcare products to EHRs like Cerner. Going beyond industry standards like FHIR, HL7 and Cerner CODE Redox’s approach adds control, two-way communication, and reduces marginal costs as your connection needs scale.
Redox offers the fastest Cerner EHR integration option for healthcare product teams that want to connect their product to healthcare providers. With the most connections to health systems using the Cerner EHR in the United States, Redox probably already connects to the healthcare system you want to connect to.
Redox connects to Cerner using FHIR® API, HL7, and Cerner’s proprietary API for read and write of healthcare data. But those standards don’t mean the Cerner instance you want to connect to has consistency with others, or your other customers using Epic, Meditech or any of the other popular EHRs. By standardizing your Cerner connection into a consistent JSON API, your product can deliver features and functionality to every customer without adapting to any idiosyncratic details for each.