We’re ready for USCDI on FHIR.
Are you?

Many people are expecting to see the U.S Core Data for Interoperability standard (USCDI) over FHIR as a key component in the yet-to-be-announced final Data Blocking rule. USCDI provides a common set of data classes to further define how health IT products can meet the interoperability goals of the 21st Century Cures Act. These data classes create a baseline set of terminology to help make sure we’re talking apples to apples.

The adoption of USCDI is the right next step for the healthcare industry.

USCDI will be a huge step forward to improving communication around data needs, especially for those of us that work across the spectrum of health data providers.  Many companies are determining how to incorporate these new requirements now. Before you add this to your development list, learn how you can use the Redox integration platform to meet these needs today and in the future.

Redox is excited to add USCDI over FHIR to the stable of standards we support.

Our goal is to provide a consistent developer experience across all data exchange methods.  One single connection to Redox allows you to support FHIR, HL7, C-CDA, and APIs. A single integration design means that your team has a predictable data flow no matter what data source you’re working with. As EHR vendors continue to roll out their implementations of FHIR, having a solution that can work with the different industry standards and variations per vendor means that you can stay focused on the work that makes your product special. 

R^USCDI Features


Use a single Redox API query to get all the patient data you need. Redox will make the numerous FHIR queries required and harmonize results into a single and consistent, JSON payload response.

Redox SMART Authorizer

Store and organize authorization tokens for any API in a single location. Redox will handle refresh tokens and continued authentication on all your sources to make sure the data never stops flowing.

Redox Polling

Simplify your code by letting Redox poll APIs at a specified interval to check for new information, handle duplicates, and package a consistent response so you stay up-to-date with new, timely, patient data.

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