What You Should Know:
– Redox adds data on demand and single sign-on access features to its cloud interoperability platform to help to simplify the process of developing software for healthcare.
– Both new features are now available to all customers on the Redox platform.
Redox Inc., a Madison, WI-based interoperability platform for healthcare data exchange, unveiled Data on Demand, which enables software developers to query any electronic health record (EHR) or healthcare data source via the Redox API. Powered by a FHIR-conformant data storage architecture, Data on Demand is pre-built integration infrastructure designed to simplify and normalize the integration experience and reduce the technical burden of consuming hundreds or thousands of messages per day. In addition, the company has added Single Sign-on that allows applications using Redox to make it easier for providers to launch their products from within their EHR in an efficient manner. Both features are available to all customers on the Redox platform.
Data on Demand and Single Sign-on Simplify the Process of Developing Software
Redox continues to expand the integration capabilities healthcare software developers can access through a single API with these new features:
Data on Demand converts traditional HL7 feeds into a data store that application developers can query on demand. This provides a consistent integration experience that works with both the push- and API-based integrations provided by EHR companies. Regardless of how data is provided by the EHR, Redox customers can more easily manage the volume of messages and logic needed to update information, allowing them to focus on getting the data that they want, when they want it. No other integration vendor can turn HL7 feeds into reusable queries.
Single Sign-On (SSO) allows customers to improve the provider’s experience with their products by sharing login credentials and pertinent patient or visit context along with patient data that they’ve collected. This allows applications on the Redox network to securely connect to other applications and share the login context for a user. Customers trust Redox to verify that the SSO request is valid, and Redox normalizes and pulls the information to launch the application.
“Redox continues to develop the robust integration capabilities software developers need to navigate the fragmented world of data exchange and interoperability in healthcare,” said Niko Skievaski, co-founder and president, Redox. “The Redox API is transforming the way healthcare organizations access and share data. Our company’s ultimate goal is to enable the frictionless adoption of technology in healthcare, and we’re making great strides as the interoperability standard and one-stop-shop for our customers.”