Redox announces that its API integrates health apps with Cerner, eClinicalWorks, Epic EHRs

The application programming interfaces enable cloud-based apps for patient-centric payment, oncology, orthopedic supplies, surgery and point-of-care test data with leading electronic health record platforms.
By Jessica Davis
01:39 PM

Redox, a health IT startup founded by former Epic engineers that creates application programming interfaces for EHRs, announced that it has integrated five cloud-based applications.

The new apps that can integrate with EHRs include Breg for in-office bracing and orthopedic supply data, Carevive’s oncology platform, Code Technology’s software for surgical case information, Gauss Surgical’s blood loss measuring tool, Relaymed’s software for accurately population patient charts with test result data, and SwervePay’s patient-centric payment software.

“The applications created by our customers highlight the power technology can have in improving patient care," Redox president and co-founder Niko Skievaski said in a statement.

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While those apps each work with varying EHRs, Redox lists Allscripts, athenahealth,

Cerner, drchrono, eClinicalWorks, Epic, GE Healthcare, Greenway, McKesson, Meditech, NextGen, and QRS as EHRs that its APIs can integrate with.

Redox plans to power hundreds of integrations this year, according to the company, which will help to create a large interoperable healthcare software network.

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