What You Should Know:
– Today, Redox announced the availability of the Redox EHR Integration in AWS Marketplace. Now, healthcare providers and vendors can access the largest package of pre-built EHR integrations and achieve value from applications more quickly and easily.
– The digital transformation of healthcare has gained momentum this year, and AWS is one of many tech giants working to spur innovation in healthcare. AWS Marketplace is a platform that helps healthcare organizations modernize patient care and lower costs by simplifying software procurement.
Redox, a Madison, WI-based cloud-based interoperability provider, today announced the availability of the Redox EHR Integration in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog that makes it easy to find, test, buy and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS Marketplace features solutions for the healthcare and life sciences industries that can help healthcare organizations modernize patient care, improve collaboration, comply with complex regulations, and lower costs by simplifying software procurement. By purchasing Redox directly from AWS Marketplace, software developers can meet their specific business needs and scale requirements, accelerating deployment, and adoption of their applications.
Redox EHR Integration Works
Redox standardizes healthcare data with a vendor-agnostic application programming interface (API) and a cloud-based network where digital health vendors can exchange data, such as patient clinical and financial data, ERP and inventory management, with EHR systems in healthcare organizations. By normalizing data formats and eliminating redundant connections, Redox enables developers to use FHIR resources that work best for their software.
Why It Matters
The digital transformation of healthcare has gained tremendous momentum in 2020 and AWS Marketplace is a key platform to spur innovation to occur in healthcare and life sciences. With Redox in AWS Marketplace, digital health developers can deploy bidirectional and secure data exchange between hospital and provider organizations and electronic health record (EHR) data on AWS. One connection to Redox improves developer productivity with data infrastructure services to eliminate many of the challenges of ingesting, processing, and storing healthcare data.
“One of the most important steps toward healthcare transformation is being able to integrate multiple IT systems throughout a provider network, thus making data available across the continuum of care to lower costs and improve care outcomes. Our Healthcare and Life Sciences customers, especially those providing telehealth, patient engagement, care coordination and medical device solutions to patients, now have an easy way to deploy the Redox platform via AWS Marketplace, to advance the promise of digital health innovation,” said Dr. Oxana Pickeral, global segment leader for healthcare and life sciences at Amazon Web Services, Inc.