You start by with our process for rapid deployment. Labs who follow our approach can complete integrations in days. In this guide we show the exact steps for completing integrations faster.
In this guide you will learn to:
The fastest growing lab testing companies use Redox to connect with clinic and hospital EHRs for accepting lab orders and delivering test results. Redox’s network provides existing connections with 700+ Provider organizations and the fastest connection option for new ones. All of your connections are managed, monitored, and standardized a single connection. Developers and integration managers can easily add locations through a single connection to the Redox API for every customer and every workflow.
Hundreds of provider organizations are connected to Redox, ready for integration. If your customer isn’t already using Redox, our experience and relationships make the process smooth.
Redox integrations are completed in just a few weeks, while traditional integrations can take months.
We handle the connections, security and the translation- you get a single standardized two-way connection to all providers.
In healthcare privacy is essential. Redox’s connections protect sensitive data with HIPAA compliance, HITRUST certification, and SOC 2® compliant infrastructure.
“Every state has its own unique, mandatory reporting requirements for COVID-19 testing,” says Isaac Turner, CIO at Curative, which provides on-the-go testing, vaccinations, and other essential health services. “This can be challenging for an organization like ours, which is so focused on working as quickly as possible to scale up testing services nationwide.
“Redox has given us a secure and scalable integration strategy to quickly automate this reporting requirement across all the different systems we need to work with.” adds Turner. “Redox allows us to be confident this critical data will get to the right destination, in the proper format, and in a timely manner, so we can continue to focus on scaling out COVID-19 testing across the nation.”